Event Photos

Mad Hot Celebration 2014

More than 200 guests gathered at La Lune Collection to commemorate another successful year of Danceworks Mad Hot Ballroom and Tap, while enjoying performances by winning Mad Hot Ballroom and Tap school teams.
Photography by Matt Haas

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Realty Executives Integrity Cedarburg Opening

Realty Executives Integrity hosted a grand opening event for its new Cedarburg location, inviting local real estate professionals and residents to enjoy a cocktail hour reception while checking out the new space.
Photography by Maria Harris

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Eat & Greet on the Street

The Brown Deer Original Village celebrated exciting changes made to Deerwood Drive and River Lane with a block party that included a ribbon cutting ceremony, local bands, fun games and great food.
Photography by Sarah Haas

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Something Unexpected

EVENT: The Milwaukee Repertory Theater celebrated 60 years of world-class theater at The Rep’s 2014 gala celebration. An onstage historical retrospective, highlighting the past 60 years was the entertainment focus. A surprise flash mob captivated guests and guided them to the after-party. Fireworks ended the evening, shot off in Pere Marquette Park.
PROCEEDS: The gala raised more than $400,000 for The Rep’s programs through live and silent auctions, a wine pull, and a “Raise the Paddle” appeal to support The Rep’s Intern Program.
HONORED: Jay and Patty Baker and the Quadracci family were recognized for their contributions to and support of The Rep.
Photography by Matt Haas

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Spring Brunch

EVENT: The Ozaukee Family Services Spring Brunch was held at The Watermark in Thiensville.
CAUSE: All proceeds benefit child abuse prevention programs at Ozaukee Family Services.
PROCEEDS: The non-profit organization raised $37,300 through the event and annual family fun raffle.
Photography by Matt Haas

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Ladies’ Spring Benefit

EVENT: The American Cancer Society held its 39th annual spring benefit lunch at the Woman’s Club of Wisconsin. 
PROCEEDS: The non-profit group had a record breaking year raising over $98,000.
Submitted Photos

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Salon Soiree

EVENT: Renaissance Theaterworks held a fundraising event at the Wisconsin Club. Guests donned hats and bow ties in accordance with the “Off to the Races” theme and enjoyed watching live artists Shelby Keefe, painting a landscape of the Historic Third Ward, and paper cutting by Anja “Notanja” Sieger, the new Pfister narrator.
CAUSE: The proceeds will be used to help fund its new initiative, BRINK!, a program that helps women playwrights in the Midwest launch new work.
PROCEEDS: The event raiased $51,505 through ticket sales, sponsorships, donations and auctions.
SPECIAL MOMENTS: Nicole and L. William Teweles were honored for their kindness and service over the past 15 years.
Photography by Daniel Wilson

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