ROCK and MORE
sponsoring  HOPE HOUSE

 

hope-houseRelive the wonderful days of the 50s, 60s and 70s, listening to songs that defined the Twist, Rock and Roll and disco beats that were our favorites way back when. Remember the big hits of the Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Carpenters, The Supremes, Elvis Presley, the movie Grease and your favorite bands and singers.

The winners of the dance contests will receive attractive prices, but if you are not a dancer, have fun watching your friends performing their moves on the dance floor, listening to a great band and enjoying the Show. You can dress casual or create your own period outfit and participate in the funniest contest of your life.

Doors will open at 6.30 PM., LIVE MUSIC AND SHOW starts at 7.30 PM. and snacks are complimentary. Also an Art Exhibit. Participate in the super raffle with more than 150 prizes and taste our special Rock drink.

ROCK and MORE will take place Wednesday, JANUARY 27, at La Huerta Ajijic Ballroom located on the Carretera Poniente # 522 in front of Rancho del Oro, just five minutes drive from Ajijic’s Plaza. You will be supporting “HOPE HOUSE,” home for abandoned and abused boys located in Ixtlahuacan. www.casahogarmexico.org.

Tickets on sale at: Diane Pearl Boutique in Ajijic, Cinemas del Lago (next to El Torito), Ajijic Wednesday Tianguis and Hope House. Admission $125. For further information or large group reservation, contact Ana Storey at 765 3015 or e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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