Dinner, dancing, carriage rides, all while making memories to last a lifetime.
About this event:
Every girl deserves to be treated like a princess. On Saturday, Oct 15, 2022 you have the opportunity to treat your daughter, niece, granddaughter or any other young lady you may know to her night as a princess. The 2022 Father Daughter Ball will be held at the Black River Coliseum and is open to all, you do not have to be a member of the Masonic fraternity to attend. Doors will open at 4:30 pm for receptions and announcements. Dinner will then be served at 6:00 pm. Transportation by limousine bus will be provided from the parking lot to the front door for that special arrival. Horse drawn carriage rides will be provided as part of your admission. Each princess will receive a complimentary tiara, event t-shirt and a flower. Meal will be catered by Tasteful Creations. Don't miss out on this wonderful evening. Event portraits are also available in advance as well as available to purchase at the event. Carriage rides will be provided by age groups. Each person will get a complimentary carriage ride. The youngest age groups will ride first, then advance through the age groups to the older girls. There will also be a gift shop and silent auction.
Tickets can be purchased online at eventbrite.com
Frequently Ask Questions
Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event? There are no age restrictions for the ball. There have been daughters from 11 weeks old to 45 years old.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? You do not have to present your printed ticket, you can present your mobile device at the door for scanning.
Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable? If you are unable to attend and know someone who can use your ticket, transfers are allowed, we will make every effort to alter t-shirt sizes but it may not be possible to do so.
Where do the proceeds go from this event?
The Poplar Bluff Masonic Youth Father Daughter Ball is an event that is important to the community for many reasons. The proceeds from the ball are donated to four different charities.
1. Divine Chapter Order of DeMolay -
2. Poplar Bluff Assembly #115 International Order of Rainbow for Girls -
These masonic youth groups teach morals, ethics and other lessons which prepares them to be better prepared for adulthood such as civic responsibility, citizenship, respect, honor, integrity and leadership.
3. Shriner's hospital for burned and crippled children transportation fund which is used to transport patients to and from their appointments.
4. Creating A Partnership which is matched by the Masonic Home of Missouri and used to purchase needed items for local children in the Poplar Bluff area who have needs such as winter clothing, coats, hats, gloves and other items.