Join The Ames Foundation board on Friday, November 4 as they host an unforgettable evening of song and laughter emceed by Minneapolis-based Deuces Wild! Dueling Pianos and fueled by audience participation. Attendees are guaranteed to become part of the action as David Eichholz and Ted Manderfeld – two accomplished musicians, comedians and masters of improv – engage and entertain the crowd with their Las Vegas-style, high-energy, interactive combination of music and parody.
Individual tickets are $35 each and this year’s fundraising event will directly benefit the Ames Community Tree Program – a multi-year partnership with the City of Ames aimed at replacing and diversifying public area canopies (many affected by the Emerald Ash Borer invasion) throughout the city.
The show will take place at the Iowa State Center’s Scheman Building. Doors will open at 7 p.m. and the show will begin at 8 p.m. Snacks are provided and there will be a cash bar. Gather your friends and start off the weekend on a high note while contributing to an important cause. You won’t want to miss this event!
General admission tickets are available for purchase at the east and west Lincoln Way Alpha Copies locations and at Coe's Floral and Gifts in Somerset. Availability is limited so act today to reserve your seat at the show. Visit the Ames Foundation Facebook event page for performer videos and event-related announcements.
Thank you to the individual and business sponsors who have made this event possible, especially presenting sponsor Gale and Ryan Gehling, Realtors®, Keller Williams. This event is also supported by the Ames Convention & Visitors Bureau Community Grant Program.
The Ames Foundation serves as the catalyst for the identification and execution of projects that enhance the quality of life and create a greater sense of community among citizens.