Cayman Heart Fund 2016: Red Dress “Disco Fever” Gala

On Friday, Feb. 19, in the Marriott Grand Cayman ballroom, people will be dressing in their very best red attire, or disco togs, to support the Cayman Heart Fund at its annual gala dinner. This very popular event sells out every year, and if this year’s ticket sales are anything to go by, you should act fast and get yours before the last table is gone.

Yes indeed, it’s time to dig that afro wig out of the closet, dust off the flared pants, and watch Saturday Night Fever until you know it by heart. That’s when you know you’ll have the outfit and the moves worthy of the gala.

Local band Sea ‘N B will once again be taking to the stage, this time ready to shake their groove thing and get down to Boogie, Oogie, Oogie.

Who doesn’t love a good disco night? This one promises to be the best, so you’d better not miss out or you’ll Le Freak!
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It all kicks off with welcome drinks, followed by a fabulous dinner, and a spirited live auction. There are some terrific items up for grabs, including VIP experiences, travel, and unique gifts.
Once the auction’s done, it’s time to party on the dance floor. Get ready to take a trip to Funkytown, move to some Night Fever and bask in the Boogie Wonderland. You’ll groove until the Last Dance, and Sea ‘N B are begging you to “Don’t Leave Me This Way.”

The annual Cayman Heart Fund gala raises much needed funds for its programs and free services for the public, so mark it on your calendars and get your tickets now.

For tickets or more information please email info@caymanheartfund.com or call 345-916-6324. Tickets are $200 each or $2000 for a table of 10.

The Cayman Heart Fund is a non-profit, non-government organization dedicated to the reduction of heart and circulatory disease in the Cayman Islands.
Heart and circulatory disease, known as cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the #1 health problem here. The organization’s aim is to help prevent and reduce the early deaths, long-term disabilities and widespread suffering that heart and circulatory diseases cause.

 

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Suzy Soto and David Dinner.