INLAND VALLEY CLASSICAL BALLET THEATER & ACADEMY
TO SUPPORT AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION GO RED FOR WOMEN CAMPAIGN AND HOST A FUNDRAISER EVENT
Ballet For The Heart
Online PR News – 05-January-2013 – Temecula, CA – Inland Valley Classical Ballet Theater (A 501c3 Arts and Education Not-For-Profit Corporation) and Academy will Go Red For Women February 1 through February 9, 2013 and host a fundraising performance to benefit the American Heart Association - Go Red For Women campaign to fight our nation's No.1 and No. 4 killers of American women - heart disease and stroke. The Ballet For The Heart event will be held at the Inland Valley Classical Ballet Theatre & Academy 41760 Rider Way, Temecula, CA on February 9, 2013 at 3:00 pm. Tickets are $5.00 per person.
The IVCBT Fundraising event Ballet For The Heart will feature preview performances from the upcoming productions of IVCBT Passion Of The Christ Ballet (Spring) and Don Quixote (Early Summer); a special presentation of a dance to be performed at the American Heart Association Inland Empire 2013 Go Red For Women Luncheon Event; an appearance, presentation and book signing by local author Helen Ryan 21 Day to Change Your Body; and vocal selections from local artist.
The proceeds from the fundraising event and donations will help the American Heart Association make important advances against heart disease and stroke and improve the health and lives of people in our community and across America. Visit the IVCBT fundraising page for the American Heart Association Go Red Campaign at https://ahainlandempire.ejoinme.org/ivcbt to make a tax-deductible donation today.
Inland Valley Classical Ballet Theater, a 501c3 Arts and Education Not-For-Profit Corporation (IVCBT), and Inland Valley Classical Ballet Academy provides training and performance venues to classical ballet artists at the professional, pre-professional and amateur levels as well as scholarship opportunities. For more information on TICKETS, events, performances, year-round programs and classes, call 951-587-8402 or visit www.IVCBT.org