Bollywood Night

Bollywood Night PosterTransport yourself to the dancing, music and cuisine of India on Saturday, May 6, from 7 to 11 p.m. at the Odd Fellows Hall, 415 Second Street, Davis. The event is family friendly and open to all ages. Last year the Davis Rebekah Lodge organized and hosted the first Bollywood Night for the community, and the attendance was beyond expectations, so the Rebekah Lodge is doing it again on May 6.

Attendees will be treated to an evening of authentic Indian cuisine, prepared by Chef Mary Philip, who is donating and cooking all the food. There will also be a chance raffle with an assortment of prizes including 4 tickets Disneyland tickets, 2 tickets to a SF Giants game, and old time fancy popcorn machine, an assortment of wines, and many more. The highlight of the eventing is entertainment by Bollywood Dreams Entertainment with Prashant’s troupe of Indian dancers. Step-by-step instruction will be offered to attendees leading up to a night of fun Bollywood Dancing.

As noted on the website of Bollywood Dreams Entertainment: “Bollywood music and dancing – it’s not just a dance party. It’s like being in a Bollywood musical. It’s an invitation to be goofy, to smile, make friends on the dance floor, to sing and dance all night long.”

Tickets go on sale April 1 at the following location: Common Ground in South Davis. In addition, tickets may be purchased online at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/davisrebekahbollywood-tickets-33050335443. Ticket price for advance ticket sales is $35 per adult and $25 for students. Tickets purchased at the door will be $40 per person.

“Proceeds from our event will go the Empower Yolo, Family Violence Coordination Pilot Program,” said Rebekah Lodge Noble Grand Diana Schmiegel. “Folks who come to Bollywood Night are assured of a good time, but should also know that their contributions are providing support for others in the county who are coping with family violence scenarios.”

The Davis Rebekah Lodge is part of the Odd Fellows fraternal order, chartered in Davis in 1901. The Davis Rebekah Lodge has 50 members, both men and women. It jointly owns the Davis Odd Fellows Hall with the Davis Odd Fellows. The Davis Rebekah Lodge is dedicated to community service, primarily focused on the challenges faced by foster children and those young adults who have aged out of the foster system, but also in support of numerous local community and charitable programs.

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