FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Third Annual Mother Daughter American Girl Doll Tea Party!
NAPOLEON, OH – Put on your Sunday best and celebrate the girls in your life by attending the Napoleon Civic Center’s Third Annual Mother Daughter American Girl Doll Tea Party at 2:00 pm on Sunday, April 2, 2017, at the Armory Arts and Events Center (127 E. Clinton, St., Napoleon, OH 43545).
Come for an afternoon of tea, finger sandwiches, and quality time with your loved one. Girls, bring your favorite doll or stuffed animal to share your tea party fun! Refreshments will be provided. This event is for all ages. Pre-registration is recommended as this event is likely to sell out very quickly.
Included in cost of the ticket:
Finger sandwiches, finger desserts, fruit and veggies, tea(s), lemonade, coffee. Photo shoot (one photo) with Mother, Daughter, and Doll. Beauty session with Hair Gallery 127. Live Entertainment. Raffle with many American Girl Items.
Reserve your tickets by visiting napoleonciviccenter.org. Tickets go on sale: March 1, 2017. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Our event partners for this event include: Out of The Woods Florist, Henry County Arts Partnership, Armory Arts and Events Center
About the Napoleon Civic Center Project.
In January 2016, the Napoleon Area School District opened their new elementary school. This has resulted in the closure and schedule for demolition of three elementary schools, a junior high school and a 700 seat auditorium. The process of creating the Napoleon Civic Center foundation was started in 2012, out of a grassroots desire to save the auditorium and part of the elementary from the wrecking ball and create a civic center for use by the residents of Napoleon and greater Henry County, Ohio. The Napoleon Civic Center Foundation received confirmation of their 501 (c) (3) tax exemption status on December 5, 2013. The Civic Center will be the home to an arts partnership of five not for profit arts organizations including the Henry County Arts Council, Maumee Valley Civic Theater and Children’s Theater, Napoleon Community Band, Henry County Chorale, and the Henry County Historical Society. The foundation will be marketing the use of two gymnasiums, a 700 seat auditorium with a full stage plus apron and dressing room capacity. In addition, there will be space for a wellness organization and the capability to turn one gymnasium into a banquet hall with a catering room near it.
Our dreams are quickly becoming more and more a reality, of a community civic center, to benefit all of Henry County and currently we are waiting for the Board of Education to finally draft the letter of intent which is one of the final pieces to the puzzle. Stay tuned to our website, napoleonciviccenter.org and our FaceBook page for updates.