Girls Inc. Presents Mix It Up! Fundraiser On Saturday

Friday, February 08, 2013

Girls Inc. of Chattanooga presents Mix it Up! - a new event featuring exciting food, creative cocktails, unexpected entertainment, a unique live auction and more. Proceeds from the event benefit Girls Inc. programs which empower girls ages six to 18 to be themselves, try new things, take positive risks and create their own paths to a successful future. The event will be on Saturday, from 7-11 p.m., at Loose Cannon, 1800 Rossville Ave.

Attendees will savor food with Asian/South American, Mediterranean/Southern, and Italian/Mexican fused ingredients, catered by Events with Taste. Entertainment planned for the event includes a stand-up comedian,a salsa dancing class, a performance/demonstration by the Chattanooga Folk School, a henna artist, a juggler/magician, a pottery station and more. Surprise appearances will happen throughout the night by other special guests. 

After a live auction full of unique items not commonly found in stores, the event will transform into a dance party from 9-11 p.m. featuring Northwest Georgia's renowned DJ D-Low. 

  


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