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Special Occasions benefiting The Hockaday Parents’ Association 2019 Benefit

Pre-Sale Date TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 2018 7:30 – 9:30 AM and 2:30 – 4:30 PM

Liza Lee Academic Research Center Hicks Meeting Room


THE YEAR OF THE DAISY A CELEBRATION OF ASIA

presents SPECIAL OCCASIONS SALE DATES

All sales are on a first-come, first-served basis. PRE-SALE TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 2018 7:30 – 9:30 AM and 2:30 – 4:30 PM

Liza Lee Academic Research Center Hicks Meeting Room ONLINE SALE WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10 – WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 2018

www.hockaday.org/benefit THE HOCKADAY PARENTS’ ASSOCIATION 2019 BENEFIT


THE YEAR OF THE DAISY A CELEBRATION OF ASIA Dear Hockaday Families, It is with great enthusiasm that we present this year’s selection of Special Occasions. These one-of-a-kind events are graciously hosted by Hockaday friends and families between October 2018 and May 2019. We have a variety of unique experiences imagined to engage and entertain our entire school community. There is something for everyone with events tailored for students, adults, and families! Prices for these events range from $25 to $200 per person. Members of the Hockaday community will have the opportunity to purchase individual place(s) at an event. Or, if you feel inspired – put a group together to buy the entire occasion. Spaces are limited. The sale is on a first-come, first-served basis and will be open for purchase at the Pre-Sale on Tuesday, October 9, from 7:30 – 9:30 am and from 2:30 – 4:30 pm in Hicks Meeting Room in the Liza Lee Academic Research Center. From Wednesday, October 10 – Wednesday, October 31, the events will be open to purchase online at www.hockaday.org/benefit. All proceeds generated from ticket sales for Special Occasions will exclusively benefit the construction of the new, permanent Ann Graves Child Development Center that serves the children of Hockaday’s faculty and staff. Children from sixweeks-old to age four are cared for while their mothers, fathers, and grandparents are serving The Hockaday School. With our community’s support, a permanent home for the Child Development Center will become a reality and allow Hockaday to continue to attract and retain outstanding faculty and staff. Thank you to all of our Special Occasions event hosts, sponsors, volunteers, and participants who are preparing to celebrate with Hockaday friends old and new. We look forward to seeing you at the Pre-Sale kick-off on Tuesday, October 9! Sincerely,

Anne-Marie Myhre Special Occasions Chair

Jessica Werner Epperson ‘96 HPA Benefit Chair


The Hockaday Parents’ Association 2019 Benefit Thanks to everyone who made these Special Occasions possible! Benefit Chair

The Hockaday School

Jessica Werner Epperson ’96

Faculty and Staff

HPA President

Rajani Kapu ’90 Special Occasions Chair

Anne-Marie Myhre Special Occasions Committee

Miriam Ayala Karena Chisolm Squeaky Connolly Stacy Crouch Nelly Cuenca Kerry Fagelman Blaire Hohenshelt Shana Lodes Austine Mah Jennifer Rhoda Marsh ‘93 Katie McLeroy Cary-Elisa Briggle Rubarts ‘83 Lisel Matheny Simmons ‘92 Candace Stone Anne Taylor Nichole Vickers Tammi Williams Sewell Automobile Raffle Chair

Malia Mitchell Creative Director

Elizabeth Enloe Malakoff ’86

Susan Earhart Brower ’92 JT Coats Dr. Karen Warren Coleman Judith Finegan Stephen Hill and the Audio/Visual Staff Carolyn Hoke and the Housekeeping Staff Holly Hook Susan Hubbard Sally Darden Hudspeth ’87 Robert Kallos Steve Kramer Kirsten Lindsay-Hudak Elizabeth Enloe Malakoff ’86 Karyn McCoy and the Security Staff Kathy Perry Ed Rys and the Facilities Staff SAGE Dining Services Rodney Skaife Amy Spence ’87 Debby Hay Spradley Laura Starr Gary Stollar and the Residence Department Deb Surgi and the Athletics Staff Vickey Thumlert Beth Wortley


The Hockaday Parents’ Association 2019 Benefit Thanks to everyone who made these Special Occasions possible! Special Occasion Event Hosts

Lindsey and Connor Ambrose Miriam Ayala Alexa Chavez-Ayala (Class of 2028) Antara Chavez-Ayala (Class of 2029) Ania Chavez-Ayala (Class of 2031) Carrie Moore Becker ’89 Jennifer Cain Brown ’01 Karena and Chad Chisolm Squeaky Connolly Ralph Covert Stacy and Bronson Crouch Kathy and Harlan Crow Kristen and Eric Davis Kerry and Michael Fagelman Christine Flanagan Courtney Newman Flanagan ’91 Fred and Marisia Gaona Kathryn and Craig Hall Erin Hendricks and Taly Haffar Jodie Hastings Josh and Stephanie Hedderich Heidi Hill Blaire Hohenshelt Margaret Hohenshelt (Class of 2027) Kirsten Lindsay-Hudak Katie Johnson Rajani Kapu ’90 Sabrina Kessee Deanne and Alex Lee Shana Lodes Jennifer Rhoda Marsh ’93 and Dan Marsh Louise Marsh Kalene McGraner Mary Beth McKenna and Dr. Greg McKenna Katie McLeroy Emily McLeroy (Class of 2026) Natalie McLeroy (Class of 2029) Malia and Keith Mitchell Lauren and Matt Musselman Anne-Marie and Jon Myhre Julianne Myhre (Class of 2027) Olivia Ray Myhre (Class of 2029)

Kristin Pittman Ortega ’97 and Aaron Ortega Mary Perrotta Claire and Stephen Raggio Melissa and Chip Saye Nick and Lindsey Sberna Betty and Brian Schultz Rodney Skaife Whitney Stern Candace Stone Eres Stone (Class of 2027) Studio Movie Grill Anne and Nicholas Van Taylor Dr. Giuliano Testa and Dr. Ursula Testa Nichole and Kurt Thomas Sarah Weinberg Kaari Wicklund Michelle and David Wilner Lucy Wrubel Corporate Donors

Align Studio Abril Barret The Blue Fish BACA Zinfandel CorePower Yoga FC Dallas Hall Family Wines ivivva by lululemon The Juice Bar Lululemon Lucy Wrubel Market Highland Park Village SoulCycle Studio Movie Grill


SPECIAL OCCASIONS 2018 – 2019 FAMILY FUN

ADULTS ONLY

1.

8th Annual

12. Iron Chef Hockaday:

Father & Daughter Soccer

Battle of The Dads

Sunday, April 28, 2019

Saturday, October 27, 2018

2.

Mother & Daughter Yoga

13. Exclusive Sushi-Making Class

With ivivva by Lululemon

Sunday, April 14, 2019

The Blue Fish

Sunday, January 13, 2019

3.

Get Inspired at SoulCycle

Sunday, January 20, 2019

4.

Crime Lab: Solve Crimes

with Science

Thursday, March 21, 2019

5.

Family Concert featuring

Ralph Covert from

and Sake Tasting at

14. Hot Topic Talk: An Evening

with Steve Kramer in

the Crow Library

Sunday, January 27, 2019

15. Tiki Bingo Night

Friday, November 2, 2018

Ralph’s World

16. Ladies Tennis

Thursday, October 11, 2018

6.

Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch

17. Bollywood Music, Fashion,

at Studio Movie Grill

and Food

Friday, November 9, 2018

Saturday, April 13, 2019

7.

National Soccer Hall Of Fame

18. Fashion Night Out at Market

Highland Park Village

A Saturday or Sunday afternoon in April or May 2019

Wednesday, November 7, 2018

8.

Mother & Daughter Glitter

19. A Taste of Zinfandel

and Glam

Saturday, May 11, 2019

Dr. Karen Warren Coleman

Thursday, April 4, 2019

Friday, March 29, 2019

Showcasing BACA Wines with

JUST FOR KIDS

20. The Doctors Are In: An Evening

9.

Art From The Heart

with Baylor University

Thursday, February 28, 2019

Medical Center Transplant

Surgeons Dr. Giuliano Testa

10. Unforgettable Valentines

Friday, January 25, 2019

and Dr. Greg McKenna

Saturday, February 10, 2019

11. Kids In the Kitchen

Wednesday, November 7, 2018

Payment for Events Please Note: Payment for the event must be received to secure your space. For the Special Occasion Pre-Sale on Tuesday, October 9, payment can be made by check, cash, or credit card. For the Online Special Occasions Sale, payment must be made by credit card.


FAMILY FUN


No.

1

8th Annual Father and Daughter Soccer Get ready for the 8th Annual Father-Daughter Soccer Game – dust off your cleats, grab your soccer ball, and join friends for a spirited afternoon on the Hockaday Soccer Fields! Daisies and Dads, sport your matching official FatherDaughter t-shirts and enjoy making new friends as your team vies for the title. Fuel up afterwards with a post-game picnic of burgers and treats. This is an afternoon you won’t want to miss! Where:

The Hockaday School Soccer Fields

When:

Sunday, April 28, 4:00 – 6:00 pm

Who:

Pre-K – 4th Grade Daisies and Dads 40 Father-Daughter Teams

Cost:

$50 per participant

Hosts:

Lindsey and Connor Ambrose Karena and Chad Chisolm Stacy and Bronson Crouch Kristen and Eric Davis Kerry and Michael Fagelman Erin Hendricks and Taly Haffar Anne-Marie and Jon Myhre Kristin Pittman Ortega ’97 and Aaron Ortega Claire and Stephen Raggio Melissa and Chip Saye Nichole and Kurt Thomas Michelle and David Wilner

If you have questions or if this event has a waitlist, please contact: Karena Chisolm at chisolm.karena@yahoo.com.


No.

2

Mother and Daughter Yoga with ivivva by lululemon Looking for a way to connect with your daughter that doesn’t involve managing daily schedules and juggling after-school activities? Then try this relaxed and authentic partner yoga class in Hockaday’s beautiful dance studio. Yogi Hockamom, Katie McLeroy, will lead us through this back-to-the-basics experience as we spend an afternoon of togetherness with our daughters trying out trikonasana, balancing in boat pose, and settling into savasana. Chill out together in the ivivva by lululemon lounge complete with treats, yummy drinks from Juice Bar, photo props and fun, and some yoga swag and giveaways thanks to ivivva by lululemon, lululemon, CorePower Yoga, and more!

The Hockaday School The Beth Wortley Dance Studio

When:

Sunday, April 14, 3:30 – 5:00 pm

Who:

2nd – 8th Grade Daisies and Moms 50 spots only

Cost:

$40 per Yogi

Hosts:

Katie McLeroy Emily McLeroy (Class of 2026) Natalie McLeroy (Class of 2029)

Where:

If you have questions or if this event has a waitlist, please contact: Katie McLeroy at katiewmcleroy@gmail.com.


No.

3

Get Inspired at SoulCycle DJ Lucy Wrubel teams up with you and a SoulCycle instructor for 45 minutes of an inspirational, meditative fitness experience that’s designed to benefit the body, mind, and soul. Clear your head and empower yourself in a dark candlelit room while achieving a full-body workout. Anyone can do it, and everyone is welcome! Beginners, athletes, warriors, and legends in the making! Fresh juice from The Gem, a special party favor, water, bike shoes, and towel are all included! Where:

SoulCycle PRST 5944 W Northwest Highway, Dallas, Texas 75225

When:

Sunday, January 20, 1:00 pm

Who:

50 Riders

Cost:

$50 per attendee

HOsts:

Carrie Moore Becker ’89 Karena Chisolm Courtney Newman Flanagan ’91 Jodie Hastings Shana Lodes Kalene McGraner Mary Perrotta Whitney Stern Lucy Wrubel

If you have questions or if this event has a waitlist, please contact: Shanna Lodes at shanarosenheck@yahoo.com.


No.

4

Crime Lab: Solve Crimes with Science You’ll have exclusive access to one of the most popular classes at Hockaday taught by Kirsten Lindsay-Hudak, Upper School science teacher. Be a part of a crime scene investigation team as you attempt to solve a series of crimes by analyzing fingerprints, fibers, and other physical evidence. This is an incredible opportunity for an afternoon of educational family fun. Enjoy refreshments afterwards in the Idea Lab as you share your problem-solving strategies and reflect on your attempts to solve crimes with science. Where:

The Hockaday School Upper School Science Lab

When:

Thursday, March 21, 5:00 – 7:00 pm

Who:

20 Adults and/or Daisies, Grades 4 and up

Cost:

$100 per Detective

Hosts:

Kirsten Lindsay-Hudak Anne and Nicholas Van Taylor

If you have questions or if this event has a waitlist, please contact: Anne Taylor at act@coolidge.com.


No.

5

Family Concert Featuring Ralph Covert from Ralph’s World Share your love for music and rock to the rhythm as we sing, dance, and have a great time with Ralph Covert from Ralph’s World. You know him from the Rotunda Rocks rocking favorite, Surfin’ In My Imagination. Billboard called his first album “one of the best children’s albums of all time!” Ralph engages his young fans with activity songs, story songs, dancing songs, and a healthy dose of pure silliness. Everyone is welcome at this mega-fun family concert that will inspire and excite children and grown-ups alike! The celebration continues afterwards with a not-to-miss dessert party. Where:

The Hockaday School The Nancy A. Nasher and David J. Haemisegger Family Theater

When:

Thursday, October 11, 6:00 pm

Who:

Family and friends!

Cost:

$25 per attendee

Hosts:

Sabrina Kessee Anne-Marie and Jon Myhre Julianne Myhre (Class of 2027) Olivia Ray Myhre (Class of 2029)

If you have questions or if this event has a waitlist, please contact Anne-Marie Myhre at annemariemyhre@yahoo.com.


No.

6

PREMIERE! Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch at Studio Movie Grill Prepare for your heart to grow three sizes this year! Grab your friends and family and kick-off the holiday season with the premiere of Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch at an all-private viewing courtesy of Studio Movie Grill. This funny, heartwarming, and visually stunning remake of a classic is a story about the spirit of Christmas and the indomitable power of optimism. This not-to-miss afternoon includes pizza, popcorn, and refreshments. Get your tickets now! Where:

Studio Movie Grill – Royal 11170 N. Central Expressway, Dallas, Texas 75243

When:

Friday, November 9, 12:30 pm

Who:

Hockaday Family and Friends – siblings are welcome!

Cost:

$35 per attendee

Hosts:

Betty and Brian Schultz Studio Movie Grill

Please Note: Lower School does not have classes on Friday, November 9. Friday, November 9 is an early release day for Middle School and Upper School. If you have questions or if this event has a waitlist, please contact: Anne-Marie Myhre at annemariemyhre@yahoo.com.


No.

7

National Soccer Hall of Fame Gather your teammates for a special soccer experience you’ll be talking about long after your season has ended. Your day begins on campus as you board the Hockabus with Hockaday’s very own Rodney Skaife and travel together to the brand new National Soccer Hall of Fame at the newly renovated Toyota Stadium in Frisco. Celebrate the women and men who have elevated U.S. soccer to what it is today as you take part in interactive exhibits and view iconic memorabilia. The fun continues afterwards with seats to a FC Dallas soccer game and fun swag. Dinner included. Where:

Toyota Stadium 9200 World Cup Way, Frisco, Texas 75033

When:

A Saturday or Sunday afternoon in April or May

Who:

24 Hockaday Soccer Enthusiasts

Cost:

$75 per person

Hosts:

FC Dallas Stacy and Bronson Crouch Anne-Marie and Jon Myhre Rodney Skaife

If you have questions or if this event has a waitlist, please contact: Stacy Crouch at s.crouch1004@yahoo.com.


No.

8

Mother & Daughter Glitter and Glam Celebrate your unique relationship with your Hockadaisy in this one-of-a-kind mother and daughter fashion event. Create memories that will last a lifetime while you visit the make-up bar, strike a pose on the catwalk, share your moves on the dance floor, and capture your favorite expressions in the photo booth. Enjoy posh party snacks and themed drinks! Don’t miss this event, which will be full of surprises, glamour, and fun. Where:

The Chavez-Ayala Home 11526 Valleydale Drive, Dallas, Texas 75230

When:

Saturday, May 11, 4 – 6 pm

Who:

Lower School Mothers and Daughters (15 moms and 15 daughters)

Cost:

$100 per Mother/Daughter Pair

Hosts:

Miriam Ayala Alexa Chavez-Ayala (Class of 2028) Antara Chavez-Ayala (Class of 2029) Ania Chavez-Ayala (Class of 2031)

If you have questions or if this event has a waitlist, please contact: Miriam Ayala at miriamayalan@gmail.com.


JUST FOR KIDS


No.

9

Art from the Heart You’ll bring abstract art from your Hockadaisy’s heart straight to your home! Artists Gina Marie Dunn and Kim Mauser of Align Studios will give each girl a sampling of their MUSE COLLECTION art experience. Daisies will be guided through a truly hands-on (and usually messy!) experience that captures each girl’s essence on her own museum quality canvas. This one-and-a-half-hour class will provide your daughter with a love and appreciation of the creative process and you with a custom 20 x 16 masterpiece that is ready to hang in your home. Each piece will be unique in color/design and truly one of a kind – thanks to your daughter! Treats and drinks will also be provided at this drop-off event. Where:

The Home of Kerry and Michael Fagelman 5331 Palomar Lane, Dallas, Texas 75229

When:

Thursday, February 28, 4 – 5:30 pm

Who:

3rd to 8th Grade Daisies – 20 spots only

Cost:

$200 per Daisy

Hosts:

Kerry and Michael Fagelman

If you have questions or if this event has a waitlist, please contact: Kerry Fagelman at Kerry.wildenthal@ubs.com.


No.

10

Unforgettable Valentines Kids will enjoy a fun-filled art-packed evening with friends at Hockaday while parents enjoy an evening out. The night includes Valentine card making, dinner, games, and a special Valentine’s sweet treat. Oh, what fun! Cross off a to-do item and give your daughter the gift of creating unforgettable Valentines with her friends, while you enjoy a night out. It’s a win, win! Dinner and craft supplies included. Where:

The Hockaday School Biggs Dining Hall

When:

Friday, January 25, 5:30 – 8:00 pm

Who:

40 Daisies – Kindergarten and Up

Cost:

$75 per crafter

Hosts:

Blaire Hohenshelt Margaret Hohenshelt (Class of 2027)

If you have questions or if this event has a waitlist, contact: Blaire Hohenshelt at blaire.hohenshelt@icloud.com.


No.

11

Kids in the Kitchen If your daughter loves good food and creating in the kitchen, she will LOVE this healthy hands-on cooking class! Daisies will learn how to make yummy snacks and desserts from Hockamom and integrative nutrition and wellness coach, Candace Stone. Cooking supplies and ingredients will be provided and each participant will go home with all the recipes that they can enjoy recreating again and again. All recipes will be gluten free, dairy free, and nut free … but still incredibly delicious! Let your daughter come see how tasty and satisfying healthy can be! Where:

The Hockaday School Lower School Kitchen

When:

Wednesday, November 7, 3:30 – 5:30 pm

Who:

2nd – 8th Grade Daisies – 10 spots only

Cost:

$75 per chef

Hosts:

Candace Stone Eres Stone (Class of 2027)

If you have questions or if this event has a waitlist, please contact: Candace Stone at chstone1@me.com.


ADULTS ONLY


No.

12

Iron Chef Hockaday: Battle of the Dads Who will win the coveted Iron Chef title proving they are the best of the best? Avid Hockadad cooks Fred Gaona P ’25 ’29, Taly Haffar P ’27 ’29, Josh Hedderich P ’30, Dan Marsh P ’29, Jon Myhre P ’27 ’29, and Nick Sberna P ’29 will face off against each other in a culinary tag team battle featuring a secret theme ingredient. These dads will blow you away with their serious culinary skills and competitive fire. Guests will be treated to fabulous food, signature cocktails, non-stop entertainment, and a guest DJ. Don’t miss your chance to experience this one-of-a-kind competition and to cheer on the dad from your class. Where:

The Home of Jennifer and Dan Marsh 5122 Springmeadow Drive, Dallas, Texas 75229

When:

Saturday, October 27, 6:30 pm

Who:

50 Adults

Cost:

$150 per person

Hosts:

Marisia and Fred Gaona Stephanie and Josh Hedderich Erin Hendricks and Taly Haffar Jennifer Rhoda Marsh ’93 and Dan Marsh Anne-Marie and Jon Myhre Lindsey and Nick Sberna

If you have questions or if this event has a waitlist, please contact: Jennifer Marsh at jenrhoda@yahoo.com.


No.

13

Exclusive Sushi-Making Class and Sake Tasting at The Blue Fish Chef Tian Lin from the award-winning restaurant The Blue Fish will share his passion for sushi and sake in this fun, hands-on, social cooking class. You’ll learn the art of hand rolling and discover craft secrets for creating flavorful sushi at home. During the class, participants will be guided through a tasting of various sakes by a Certified Sake Specialist, as well as learn about sake, its production and the best food pairings. A great date-night or evening out with friends! Where:

The Blue Fish at 121 Plano 5760 State Hwy 121, Suite 175 Plano, Texas 75024

When:

Sunday, January 13, 5:00 – 7:00 pm

Who:

20 Sushi Lovers

Cost:

$150 per person

Hosts:

Deanne and Alex Lee

If you have questions or if this event has a waitlist, please contact: Anne-Marie Myhre at annemariemyhre@yahoo.com.


No.

14

An Evening with Steve Kramer in the Crow Library: The Emancipation Proclamation, the Gettysburg Address, and the Future of the American Civil War Steve Kramer’s knowledge and charisma are hard to contain in the classroom. Be among the lucky guests who will gather in the fabulous Crow Library and experience history brought alive. Discover secrets about The Emancipation Proclamation, the Gettysburg Address, and the future of the American Civil War, informed by the holdings of the Crow Collection. The evening includes cocktails and delicious hors d’oeuvres. Where:

The Crow Library 4700 Preston Road, Dallas, Texas 75205

When:

Sunday, January 27, 6:00 – 8:00 pm

Who:

70 Guests

Cost:

$100 per person

Hosts:

Kathy and Harlan Crow Steve Kramer, Distinguished Teacher, History Department Chair

If you have questions or if this event has a waitlist, please contact: Jessica Epperson at jepperson@polsinelli.com.


No.

15

Tiki Bingo Night Tiki! Tiki! Tiki! Breeze into paradise as you join us for a lively adult-only Tiki Bingo night at the home of Nichole and Kurt Thomas, featuring exotic tiki-inspired cocktails and delicious Hawaiian BBQ out by the pool. Later, head inside to play BINGO for incredible PRIZES! Cool retro tiki and Hawaiian wear is not required, but definitely encouraged. Where:

The Home of Nichole and Kurt Thomas 6333 Carrington Drive, Dallas, Texas 75254

When:

Friday, November 2, 7:00 – 10:00 pm

Who:

40 Guests

Cost:

$125 per person

Hosts:

Nichole and Kurt Thomas Malia and Keith Mitchell Anne-Marie and Jon Myhre

If you have questions or if this event has a waitlist, please contact: Nichole Vickers at nichole2v@yahoo.com.


No.

16

Ladies Tennis Grab your racquet and enjoy a wonderful day of friendship and great tennis on the Brook Hollow tennis courts, followed by lunch on the terrace. All levels of tennis players are welcome. Where:

Brook Hollow Golf Club 8301 Harry Hines Blvd., Dallas, Texas 75235

When:

Friday, March 29, 9:30 am – 12 noon

Who:

28 spots

Cost:

$100 per player

Hosts:

Carrie Moore Becker ‘89 Squeaky Connolly Christine Flanagan Courtney Newman Flanagan ‘91 Heidi Hill Katie Johnson Louise Marsh Sarah Weinberg Kaari AnaWicklund

If you have questions or if this event has a waitlist, please contact: Squeaky Connolly at squeakyconnolly@att.net.


No.

17

Bollywood Music, Fashion, and Food Depart from your normal routine and join Rajani Kapu ‘90, president of The Hockaday Parents’ Association for a magical evening filled with Indian culture. Enjoy the infectious Bollywood music and learn some fun dance choreography as you try on colorful sarees. You’ll be delighted by a myriad of favorite dishes like tandoori, curries, and naan. This is a one-of-a-kind dance party you will not want to miss! Where:

The Home of Rajani Kapu 4223 Beechwood Lane, Dallas, Texas 75220

When:

Saturday, April 13, 7:00 – 10:00 pm

Who:

30 Ladies

Cost:

$125 per person

Host:

Rajani Kapu ‘90

If you have questions or if this event has a waitlist, please contact: Rajani Kapu at rajanikapu@yahoo.com.


No.

18

Fashion Night Out at Market in Highland Park Village Grab your girlfriends and head over to Market, a hidden fashion gem in Highland Park Village, to enjoy savory cocktails and delicious bites at this notto-miss, private ladies-only event. Sip your cocktails and be mesmerized with friends in 3,000 square feet of the latest trends, styles, and fashion secrets. Mix and mingle with the artist sisters Katie and Stephanie Theofilos and experience their exclusive fine and fashion jewelry collection, Abril Barret. Special custom Hockaday block beads bracelets will be showcased and available for sale. Bracelets are customizable with your daughter’s school year, favorite colors, and designs. A portion of the proceeds from the bracelet sales will be donated back to Hockaday! Where:

Market 26B Highland Park Village, Dallas, Texas 75205

When:

Wednesday, November 7, 6:00 – 8:00 pm

Who:

30 guests

Cost:

$75 per person

Hosts:

Lauren and Matt Musselman

If you have questions or if this event has a waitlist, please contact: Stacy Crouch at s.crouch1004@yahoo.com.


No.

19

A Taste of Zinfandel Showcasing BACA Wines with Dr. Karen Warren Coleman Join Dr. Karen Warren Coleman, Eugene McDermott Head of School, for a special wine tasting of BACA Zinfandel, the latest release from HALL Family Wines, a critically-acclaimed winery owned by Kathryn and Craig Hall. The tasting will feature the entire collection of newly-released luxury, craft Zinfandels paired with delicious hors d’oeuvres. BACA Wines Director and wine expert, Jennifer Cain Brown ’01 will be there to guide you through flavor profiles and the perfect pairings of her family’s wines. Hosted at Kathryn and Craig Hall’s stunning residence in Turtle Creek – this wine tasting will be one you will remember. Where:

The Home of Kathryn and Craig Hall 2828 Hood Street, Dallas, Texas

When:

Thursday, April 4, 6:30 – 8:30 pm

Who:

50 Guests

Cost:

$125 per person

Hosts:

Hall Family Wines Jennifer Cain Brown ‘01

If you have questions or if this event has a waitlist, please contact: Jessica Epperson at jepperson@polsinelli.com.


No.

20

The Doctors Are In: An Evening with Baylor University Medical Center Transplant Surgeons Dr. Giuliano Testa and Dr. Greg McKenna Join Dr. Giuliano Testa, who was among the 2018 TIME 100 Most Influential People of the Year, and Dr. Greg McKenna (both Hockadads) as they share insight regarding the process and experience of actualizing the first birth from a transplanted uterus. The extraordinary Baylor University Hospital Transplant Surgeons will discuss matters relating to science, wellbeing, and innovation. Enjoy an intimate dinner and rousing conversation at the home of Drs. Ursula and Giuliano Testa. Where:

The Home of Dr. Giuliano Testa and Dr. Ursula Giesen Testa 5640 Swiss Avenue, Dallas, Texas 75214

When:

Saturday, February 10, 6:00 – 8:00 pm

Who:

14 Guests

Cost:

$150 per person

Hosts:

Dr. Giuliano Testa and Dr. Ursula Giesen Testa Dr. Greg McKenna and Mary Beth McKenna

If you have questions or if this event has a waitlist, please contact: Anne-Marie Myhre at annemariemyhre@yahoo.com.


TICKET TO RIDE HOCKADAY AUTOMOBILE RAFFLE Sewell is proud to support The Hockaday School by underwriting the cost of a vehicle for a raffle to support the construction of the new, permanent Ann Graves Child Development Center for the young children of Hockaday’s Faculty and Staff. Win the raffle and select one vehicle from a choice of five luxury vehicles. MSRP of the vehicle is not to exceed $50,000. The winner will be drawn on February 2, 2019 atHOCKADAY The Hockaday Parents’ Association Benefit. Need not be present to win. AUTOMOBILE RAFFLE

TICKET TO RIDE

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OFFICIAL RULES

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fair market value, minus the cost of the raffle ticket for federal taxes; this amount MUST be collected before the prize is redeemed. The School will furnish the tax documents required for the IRS. These documents must be filed with the IRS by February 1, 2020. • Win the raffle and select your choice of five luxury automobiles. • • MSRP Winner of the vehicle subject to U.S. of the vehicle not tois exceed $50,000.

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THE YEAR OF THE DAISY A CELEBRATION OF ASIA THE HOCKADAY PARENTS’ ASSOCIATION 2019 BENEFIT

SAVE THE DATE SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 2019 6:00 – 11:30 PM

The Hockaday School Penson Athletic Center THANK YOU TO CATHY LAWRIMORE AND USSERY PRINTING

for generously donating the printing of the Special Occasions book.


11600 Welch Road, Dallas, Texas 75229

www.hockaday.org/benefit

2018 Special Occasions Brochure  
2018 Special Occasions Brochure