The Pink Warrior Angels will be hosting a luau at 6 p.m. Feb. 3 at the Civic Center, 1206 W. Avenue B.
The event is a fundraiser for the Pink Warrior Angel organization, which gives multiple grants every year to help offset costs for those affected by breast cancer.
Julie Moser, co-founder of the PWA, said everyone is encouraged to come and have “a fun night, enjoy the company and performances, and honor (cancer) survivors.”
Edith Natividad, a former Rabbit Fest ambassador, helped to plan the event and will also be catering.
Items on the menu will include Teriyaki chicken and lumpia (a Polynesian eggroll).
A traditional roasted pig will be provided by an outside caterer.
For Natividad, in addition to raising money for a good cause, the event “will be fun for the community.”
A deejay will be present, and the Poly-Mic Dance Group will perform throughout the evening.
According to Natividad, there will be an opportunity for guests to learn to hula, and a photo booth will be in place for those who wish to preserve their memories of the evening. There will be door prizes, and a silent auction throughout the evening.
Tickets are on sale through Saturday, and can be purchased at email@example.com. Ticket prices are $25 per adult (or $45 per couple), and $10 for children 10 or younger.