Easter Seals We Care Ball

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WinSport, Canada Olympic Park, Markin MacPhail Centre Calgary

April 07, 2017 - April 07, 2017

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It’s the 31st Anniversary for the We Care Ball - Held annually to raise money for Alberta's with disabilities and medical conditions. Join us at Winsport  for a night of fantastic food, beautiful costumes, and oodles of fun. The theme this year is “1950's SOCK-HOP” make sure you dress for the era. You won't want to miss out on poodle skirts, letter jackets, We'll be cutting a rug, gonna bop til we drop, so grab your dancin shoes and get your boogie on down with us!  Join host Darrel Janz for a exquisite dinner that is sure to knock your socks off prepared by the Calgary Academy of Chefs and Cooks.

These talented young chefs are any foodies dream for new inventive dishes created right here in Calgary. The chefs battle it out every year to be a part of this amazing once in a lifetime program and every year we have a chance to taste the amazing and tantalizing creations they create especially for our annual gala. Don't miss out on the best gala dinner in all of YYC! 
- tickets are available HERE!

See menu/ invite We Care Ball Invitation!


SOCK HOP! - The 1950's - Costumes strongly encouraged



(Prize for best costume)


$175 per person (includes G.S.T. and $75 tax receipt).

$1,500 corporate rate for a table of 10 (includes G.S.T and a $500 tax receipt)

Reception 6:00 p.m.

Dinner 7:30 p.m.

Live and Silent Auctions

Dancing 10:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m.

We're currently accepting silent & live auction donations. Please contact us at 403-235-5662 ext. 211 if you'd like to donate.


For more information:

Events Manager
103, 811 Manning Road NE
Calgary, AB T2E 7L4
Phone: 403-235-5662 Ext. 211
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Did You Know Part 1

In 1951 Canadian Mothers began marches such as one led by Canada’s first female Cabinet Minister, Ellen Fairclough, MP for Hamilton West. As a result of their efforts, the research of Dr. Jonas Salk was well funded, creating the historic made-in-Canada cure for polio. Today, Easter Seals Alberta funds vital programs and services for adults with disabilities and special needs.