LPSA is bringing fathers and daughters together for one amazing fun filled night! This is a fundraiser event and all funds collected will go toward the 2023 soccer season. Funds collected help to pay for field rental fees (Finley Butte and Rosland Elementary) field paint, field maintenances, etc.
Come share a fun-filled evening with your little girl. Girls are welcome to bring Dad, Uncle, Grandpa, or other special person in their life.
SATURDAY, JUNE 3RD from 6pm to 8:30pm
The event will take place at La Pine Middle School (Gym), located at: 16360 1st St, La Pine, OR 97739
Ticket Are $30 per couple and $10 Each Additional Daughter
This is an evening Filled With Magic & Memories!
- Admission for 2
- 2 Dessert Tickets*
- 2 Drink Tickets*
- Photos to remember this magical event for years to come.
*Additional drinks and desserts may be purchased at event.
We will also have clip on black ties for the adults and Tiaras or single roses for the kids available for purchase at the event.
We have some fun events planned during this magical night! So you might want to practice that dance routine now!
- Dance Contest (1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners)
- Best Dressed Couple
- Limbo Contest
- Door Prizes
Are you nervous about the dance and not sure what to say or do? Well, we got you covered! here are a few "Do's and Don'ts" to help make sure your night is magical!
Father daughter dances are a milestone and long held tradition in schools, local community organizations, and more. For some they are the first glimpse into the pinnacle of father-daughter moments, the dance on your daughter’s wedding day. Because of the gravity and sentiment behind this act, father-daughter dance traditions are common around the world for significant times in a young girl’s life.
Here are a few DOs and DON’Ts for approaching your next opportunity to dance with your daughter:
Make sure she is comfortable –
For a young girl, dances can carry a lot of pressure. To make the experience more memorable and enjoyable do what you can to make sure that your little girl feels comfortable hitting the dance floor. As a special treat you might even take your little girl to a dance class before the big day to help erase any dance related insecurities.
Don’t forget to take photos –
Make the moments count by capturing them on film. Photos from momentous occasions like this will be great keepsakes in chronicling your daughter’s growth through the years. Hopefully each moment you snap will bring about fond memories for both of you down the line.
Treat her like a princess –
Make the experience a memorable one by spoiling your daughter for the day. In the hours leading up to the dance, pamper her by booking appointments for her to get her nails, hair, and (if she’s old enough) make up done professionally. This will make the day feel a little more special and out of the ordinary.
Don’t crowd her in front of her friends –
Once you are at the dance, make sure to give her all your attention but to also give her some space. Allow her to socialize with friends and classmates as this helps in her overall development. This will also give you some time to introduce yourself to some of the other fathers from her class or organization.
Father-daughter dances don’t need to be something you and your little girl stress out about. Remember, moments like these are meant for you to have fun and make lasting memories that you both will cherish through the years. Use these tips and your own natural instincts to help relieve some of the stress and make your next father-daughter dance event a breeze.
We hope this helps! now that your mind has been put at ease, get ready to make memories!