Just Announced: A Special Evening with the Pointer Sisters

Spend A  Special Evening with the Pointer Sisters

Winspear Opera House
Monday, March 8, 2010 @ 8:00 p.m.

A Special Evening with the Pointer Sisters hosted by Alliance Data is the 9th annual fundraising event benefiting Special Care & Career Services. In addition to raising community awareness about the agency, the event will raise proceeds to assist Special Care & Career Services in continuing its 46-year mission to build independence for children and adults with developmental disabilities.

The excitement is in the air as the legendary Pointer Sisters will JUMP their way into Dallas for a benefit concert on Monday, March 8, 2010. In 1983 the Pointer Sisters changed music history with the release of the album Break Out. Featuring now unforgettable Pointer Sisters classics including Grammy winning Automatic and Jump, along with Neutron Dance and Baby Come and Get It – this album went triple platinum. Also hidden in the album was I’m So Excited – a song that has been played more than 2.5 million times on the radio and sums up how Special Care & Career Services feels about our Special Evening with the Pointer Sisters!

Get ready to JUMP out of your seats and sing and dance with this group that will set the Winspear on FIRE!

Single Ticket Prices

Orchestra Terrace    ($107.50)
Mezzanine    ($82.50)
Dress Circle   (47.50)
Grand Tier   ($42.50)
Starlight Circle  ( 32.50)

Contact My Personal Valet  for more information about ordering tickets for this event.

Over the past eight years A Special Evening  has raised more than $1.5 million and allowed  them to continually expand their programs. The programs are setting new growth records every year and they continue to gain state and national recognition for their innovative programming and training. The proceeds from A Special Evening directly benefit Special Care & Career Service’s Supported Employment Services (SES) and Early Childhood Intervention (ECI) programs. SES helps capable people with cognitive disabilities (such as Down syndrome, Cerebral palsy, Autism, and others) train for, find and keep good jobs. The ECI program provides teams of specialists to work with babies and toddlers with developmental disabilities and delays to give them a greater chance for success in school.

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