Habitat for Humanity Women Build House 2018
You’re Invited to the Women Build
ROCK THE HOUSE
Sing-along and Dance Party!
Girls just wanna have fun — building houses and raising money!
Live music from the band Flashback, covering songs from the 60’s and 70’s that will make you want to sing–and–dance along!
Doors at 6:30pm, music at 7pm.
Hor d’oeuvres and sweets will be served, along with wine and beer.
It’s free to attend this event, but we will be asking for donations in support of Asheville Habitat’s Women Build House #13.
Tickets are limited and will be made available to the general public on March 2nd. We wanted to give YOU first dibs, so don’t delay – click the button below to reserve your ticket today!
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