Once again Dé Ja Vué will entertain the audience with live music for dancing, listening and even singing.
Kay Thompson, director of the local Faith House, said this is a great adult outing. She encourages everyone to wear Mardi Gras costumes, formal wear, dance wear, etc.
Tickets are on sale for $15 per person or $25 per couple at all three locations of Citizen’s Bank or by calling Faith House at 363-8504.
Besides the dance, there will be a silent auction featuring plenty of great items and gift baskets that were donated by businesses within the community.
Thompson said, “The dance will benefit our Faith House outreach office in Evangeline Parish and money raised will remain in the parish.”
Faith House is a non-profit program that empowers women to break the cycle of abuse, so they and their children can start living safer, healthier, and happier lives. Faith House helps hundreds of women and children in Acadiana each year. With outreach offices in Acadia, Evangeline, St. Landry, and Vermilion parishes, Faith House is able to reach out to women and children in need of help.
Thompson encouraged residents to “Come and join us for a night of music and fun. The Third Annual Second Chance Dance promises to be the best party in town.”
For more information about the dance or Faith House, you can visit their website at www.faithhouseacadiana.com.