Mom Prom tickets on sale

Tickets for the 7th annual BrAva Mom Prom, scheduled for Friday, April 17, go on sale this Friday, January 17, at 7 p.m. Go to bravamomprom.com and click on the ‘tickets’ link and get ready to click!

Tickets -either printed or mobile — are required this year. A printed ticket or an email up for a ticket scan will be required for admission.

Cost for tickets this year are $50 each and there is a two-ticket limit per transaction. Ticket buyers will have ten minutes to complete their transaction. The first and last name of each attendee, phone number, email, and age will be required for purchase. Ticket do sell out quickly, so be sure to please fill out all the requested information to add your name to the waitlist. If your name does come up on the wait list, you will have the opportunity to purchase only one ticket. If you do not think you will want only one ticket down the road, please either join more than once (knowing you can only get one per occurrence and that you can’t have more than one in your own name) or don’t join the waitlist.

Paper tickets (print at home) or mobile tickets (on your phone) ARE needed at the door. Once you have purchased your tickets, you will get an email from Eventbrite with your tickets. You may also need them for special offers various vendors may be offering for guests prior to the event. Only event tickets will be sold at this time. Raffle tickets go on sale January 24 and will be available until April 10.

The BrAva Mom Prom is a charity fundraiser seeking support of women – age 21 and over, moms and non-moms! The event raises funds for childhood cancer.

To date, BrAva has donated close to $300,000 to CureSearch and local families affected by childhood cancer. Visit the website for information about BrAva, event sponsors, local hotels and transportation, and available deals and discounts.



This Tuesday, January 14, there will be story time at the Beverly Public Library for children ages 2-6 from 6-7 p.m. The program will be repeated Wednesday, January 15 from 11 a.m.-noon. Story time can include music, crafts, and games as well as great books. Children who attend story time must be accompanied by an adult who will remain with them during the program.

Anime Afternoon continues Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. A selection of episodes of Japanese Animation, mostly in Japanese with subtitles, will be shown and the ratings may vary. Thursday at 3:30 a group will be making dragon jars. There will be a craft to make and enjoy at the John Dodge Senior Center from 1-2 p.m.

For more information about any of these programs, contact the library at 740-984-4060. The Beverly Library is located on McIntosh Street in Beverly.


Sue Sampson is a longtime columnist for the Parkersburg News and Sentinel.


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