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Alhambra , CA United States

Arcadia, CA – The 2017 “Swing to Bring a Child Home” dance is set to be held this Friday, October 13th at the Church of the Good Shepherd to raise funds for Family Promise of San Gabriel Valley. The event features Big Band Theory, a swing band comprised of musicians who are actual scientists from the most prestigious research-and-development centers in Southern California. Participants at the event will enjoy a meal, a dance lesson provided by John and Katie Watson of Swing N Country and a celebratory evening of live music and dancing. Proceeds will benefit Family Promise of San Gabriel Valley, the premier local agency to help local homeless families stay intact and find stable housing and lasting employment.

The event commences at 7:00 PM and continues until 10:00 PM. Tickets are $30 per person in advance ($35 at the door), which includes admission, meal, lesson and dancing. Advance tickets are available online through Oct. 12 or by calling Karen Roberson, (626) 354-6514. All ages can attend. The event’s location is Church of the Good Shepherd, 400 W. Duarte Rd., Arcadia, CA 91007. For more details on Family Promise of San Gabriel Valley, visit FamilyPromiseSGV.org or call (626) 569-0991.

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