Daddy Daughter Dance @ The Moon 6 pm Saturday, February 5th, 2011

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It's time again for the much anticipated 6th Annual Daddy Daughter Dance. Over 900 people attended the last dance at the Moon, the most ever at one of these dances, and tickets sold out. The site of dads and daughters of all ages decked out in prom-style attire is a sight to see! Last year the prize for the youngest daughter was given to a lass of 3 months and the oldest daddy who won the prize was 78 years young. The proud dad who won the prize for bringing the most young ladies brought 5! A girl just can't lose if she's got a date with her dad! This fabulous event is the sole charity fundraiser for Tallahassee Northside Rotary Club. Proceeds from the dance go towards worthy charity events (locally and internationally) such as the North Florida Rotary Youth camp for children with disabilities, infant car seat grants through the Leon County Health Department, a project to supply needed hospital equipment and physician training to an orphanage/children’s hospital in Ukraine, care packages collected and shipped to troops in Afghanistan, the American Cancer Society Relay for Life, and many, many others. Advance Tickets cost $40 per couple and $15 for additional daughters and are on sale now on our website,, at the Moon box office, at all Tallahassee Applebee's Restaurants, and Famous Dave's Bar-B-Que. Tickets sold out a few days before the dance in 2010 and there were disappointed couples that missed out, so be sure to order purchase early. To accommodate bedtimes and musical tastes, we are encouraging the younger girls to come from 6:00 to 8:00 and the older girls to come from 7:30 to 9:30...although anyone is welcome at any time that suits them the best. Check out our website at for more information, ticket sales, and a link to some of the photos from last year. This is a spectacular community-wide event that offers a night of fun specifically for dads and their special girls. It could not be the event it has become without the loyal attendees, some who have been coming since the first dance in 2006, as well as the hard work put in by Northside Rotarians, community volunteers and the commitments of local businesses who want to see our success continue.