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Wear all white!

Get fancy, sassy, and crazy. White wigs welcome, and don’t forget your dancing shoes.


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Standard ticket ($50) includes two drink tickets, unlimited beer and wine, and entertainment.
Please bring a picnic dinner.


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Keynote Speaker

Renowned National Geographic photographer and CBS Sunday Morning contributor Joel Sartore has spent 20 years photographing endangered species and landscapes to show a world worth saving.

In 2005, Joel’s wife Kathy was diagnosed with advanced breast cancer. She relapsed seven years later; the same year that Joel’s 18-year-old son Cole was diagnosed with stage 3 lymphoma.

A masterful storyteller, Joel shares his family’s trials, triumphs, and hope.

“In the history of humanity, there has never been a better time to have cancer,” Sartore says. “I strongly believe the work being done at the CU Cancer Center is making the illness more beatable every day.”

More about Joel Sartore.

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