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Giddy-up y’all: It’s Time for Big Night

Posted by Roberta Levine on February 2, 2018

We don’t want to spill too many beans but if you’re wondering why we’re making hay about this ole Big Night, jest sit a spell and read on.

Big Night…well, it’s about you and us. It’s our hoedown where we can hoot and holler a big “thank you” for all your support for the JCC. It’s your support that helps the JCC provide scholarships that help individuals of all backgrounds, abilities, religious affiliations and financial need to participate in our programs and services.

This’ll be our 12th Big Night and we KNOW you’re gonna love it. Here’s the low down:

Big Night: Kick Off Your Boots will be Saturday, March 3, 7:30 pm, at the JCC in Squirrel Hill country.

There’ll be eats with all the fixins and brews and such for pleasureful imbibement. You’ll be dancing and singing and who knows what kinda yee‐haw.

We’ve got live music by Radio Tokyo and PJ the DJ. We’ve got Loop Rawlins, a lasso artist, to show us loops and tricks. You’ll want to hang onto your hat when you ride our mechanical bull.

Our Big Night is a trail blazer. You’ll want to hold onto your shirt in our Casino. And you’ll want to spend a whole lotta loot in our Silent Auction Roundup and Gold Rush Raffle.

Grab your partner, come with a posse of pals, or on your own ride. Every last one of you is welcome here!

So kick off your boots and join us. We’ll show you a real good time!

Get your tickets HERE

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