Fur Ball 2018

Thursday, March 29th 2018
6:30 pm – 10 pm

Attire: Garden Party/Cocktail

Our 2018 Fur Ball will be held at the Witte Museum in the Mays Family Center. This fun-not-formal event is our largest annual fundraiser. Guests are invited to attend by purchasing a table at one of four levels: $7,500, $5,000, $2,500, or $1,500. Each table accommodates 10 guests. Individual seats are available for $150 on a limited basis. The Fur Ball includes a night of food, wine, auctions – both silent and live – and fellowship with other animal lovers!

If you would like to purchase an individual seat or a full table, contact Matt Elmore at melmore@adltexas.org  or visit this link to reserve your table now!

Register for the Silent Auction

Presented by our title sponsor:

 

We have a beautiful outdoor reception area where all attendees can peruse the silent auction items before dinner and meet a few ADL residents!

If you would like to attend our 2018 Fur Ball, help cover the cost by donating underwriting funds to this event, or would like more information, please reach out to Samantha Lee via email at slee@adltexas.org or call at 210-655-1481 ext 117.

Table Levels

Donation Letter

Underwriting Opportunities

Title Sponsor Information

Item Donation Form

Reserve Your Table Now!

Art Available for Purchase Provided by:

Brook Rosser lives in San Antonio Texas and is a painter and Professor of Communication Design at San Antonio College. Brook received her BFA in Studio Art from the University of Texas at Austin and her MFA in painting and drawing from Texas Tech University. Brook’s paintings and drawings have been exhibited in both group and solo exhibitions as well as juried shows.

Her work has been exhibited at: AnArte Gallery, Carrington/Gallagher Gallery, Blue Star, University Autonoma de Mexico, Southwest School of Arts & Crafts, St. Mary’s University, the Lubbock Fine Arts Center, Texas Tech University, The University of Texas at Tyler, and Arizona State Universities Institute for Humanities and Research. Her work has been acquired for both private and corporate collections such as the University Hospital Health System’s Robert B. Green Research Facility in San Antonio, Texas and the Methodist Hospital in San Antonio.

Brook’s mixed media paintings seek to reflect love, challenges, and dreams, blending both private and mythic images. Her love of folk art and color is evident in her work, which constantly searches out new ways to explore the wonder and enchantment of living.

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