By Kathy L. Collins

If you are looking for a fun and entertaining event that also benefits a great local organization, then get your tickets to Center Place’s 22nd Annual Wild Dame Night. This fun and fabulous event will take place on Saturday, February 15 at Center Place located at 619 Vonderburg Dr. in Brandon.

This is a Ladies’ Only event. For the last two decades, it has been a highly- anticipated event filled with fun and entertainment. But what is better than all of that? Knowing that by attending Center Place’s 22nd Annual Wild Dame Night, you will be an integral part of the community that helps to keep the arts, especially children’s programming, alive in the greater Brandon area.

The theme for the 22nd Annual Wild Dame Night is “3 Little Pigs- Pretty as a ‘Pig’ture.” Entertainment is provided by Stages Productions. Lisa Rodriguez, Marketing Director for Center Place said, “This year’s special performance by Stages Productions featuring 3 Little Pigs, Pretty as a ‘Pig’ture is sure to be a real eye-catcher with a ‘Hollywood’ theme.”

Individual tickets are $50 and will go on sale on Tuesday, January 7 at Center Place. You can make a tremendous impact and statement in support of the arts by becoming a table sponsor for just $800.

The unique fun and festive evening begins with wine and social time at 6 p.m. Thereafter, a sumptuous and fantastic catered dinner follows and then Stages Productions presents its hilarious take on The 3 Little Pigs.

The evening would not be complete without fabulous door prizes. There will surely be something for everyone. Don’t miss the ever-popular 50/50. In the past, the 50/50 win has been upwards of $1,000.

Center Place, a registered non-profit, was established in 1976. Its members are dedicated to the promotion of the fine arts and civic involvement. Center Place offers cultural enrichment through a variety of programs including monthly exhibitions of fine, original art; art education for both children and adults and the performing arts.

For more information on Center Place and to learn about the 22nd Annual Wild Dame Night and other upcoming events, please visit or call 685-8888.


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