Published DateWOLFEBORO — Fantastic food, music and dancing, a team trivia game, and an amazing hypnotist fill up a hearty menu for this weekend's major Wolfeboro Area Children's Center fundraiser. This smorgasbord of entertainment is the Dance, Trance, and Trivia Dinner Cruise this Saturday, June 8 from 5:30 to 9 p.m. aboard the M/S Mount Washington.
The well-catered M/S Mount Washington will fill everyone's bellies, then attendees can burn off some of those calories boogying down on the dance floor or exercise the mind by participating in a team trivia competition. Then the main attraction will surprise and mesmerize: hypnotist Juluis Kovacs. Boarding begins at 5:30 and the boat departs at 6 p.m.
Tickets are $50 per person and are still available by calling the Children's Center at 569-1027. Sponsors include Edward Jones Making Sense of Investing, Roy Ballantine, Andrew Lord Essential Planning, Ben Sanders Management Consultant, GoldenView Medical Center, Meredith Bay Colony Club, and two Children's Center angels.
Super Raffle tickets are also still available from members of the Children's Center's board of directors and board of trustees, plus in the Children's Center's front office. Tickets are $100 apiece, with two grand prizes of $5,000 each. Some smaller prizes will also be awarded.
The proceeds from this event and the Super Raffle go to the Wolfeboro Area Children's Center. This is the largest, most important fundraising event of the year for the Children's Center.
From 5:15 to 9:30, the Children's Center will be offering babysitting at a cost of $12 for the first child and $8 for each additional child---for the night, not per hour. Reservations must be made in advance and is first-come, first served.
The headliner takes the stage at 8 p.m. Hypnotist Julius Kovacs is mesmerizing, clever, and talented. Audience volunteers experience the combined power of hypnosis and the power of the human body's magnetic field.
A special version of the Children's Center's popular wintertime team trivia game will begin at 6:30 p.m. The trivia game will be for teams of up to 8 people, and it is highly recommended that teams reserve a table for the game before the day of the cruise.
Call the Children's Center at 603-569-1027 for more information.