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Time: November 18, 2011 at 7pm to November 19, 2011 at 1pm
Location: Virginia Beach Convention Center
Street: 1000 19th St.
City/Town: Virginia Beach, VA
Phone: 757 668-7098
Event Type: virginia beach fundraiser, christmas party, virginia beach holiday season, fundraiser gala, virginia beach family fun, breakfast with santa
Organized By: VBnightlife.com / VBdaylife.com
Latest Activity: Nov 18, 2011
We are excited to announce that this year’s Holly Festival is presented by Paul & Brenda Sharp and will be held at the Virginia Beach Convention Center on November 18 & 19, 2011. This two-day extravaganza is one of CHKD’s largest fundraising events of the year, with more than 800 patrons attending.
The event kicks off with:
GALA WITH AUCTIONS
Featuring beautifully decorated trees, enchanting gingerbread creations, and stunning live and silent auctions brought to you by local artists, chefs, businesses and community groups. These unique designs and luxurious gifts are all auctioned off to the highest bidder – you really have to see it to believe it!
PURCHASE TICKETS FOR THE GALA HERE
after 2pm today tickets will only be available at the door 30 minutes prior to event start time for both Fri. and Sat.
The weekend’s activities end with a family tradition:
BREAKFAST WITH SANTA-presented by Busch Gardens
Including an extravagant train village (back by popular demand)!
PURCHASE TICKETS FOR BREAKFAST WITH SANTA HERE
Your support of this event will help CHKD purchase new patient care technology for CHKD’s neonatal intensive care unit, which provides the highest level of care available in this region to critically-ill newborns. Each year, more than 500 babies are admitted to CHKD’s NICU. Many have been born prematurely---some as much as 16 weeks before they are due---while others face life-threatening illnesses or birth defects. CHKD’s NICU babies need highly specialized equipment to help them survive, from temperature- and humidity-controlled incubators, to high-frequency ventilators, to minute versions of everyday items like blood pressure cuffs and diapers. Help us make sure the children in our community have the best chance for a healthy future.