Sunday's Royal Babes Ball at Mahall's to Benefit Local Women's Shelters

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The Royal Babes Ball, a benefit celebration for local women’s shelters in Cleveland, will spread good feelings and hopefully collect some much-needed cash on Sunday at Mahall's. There's a $5 suggested donation at the door, though they also provide a list of items to donate as well, including everyday necessities such as: bed sheets, pillows, washcloths, socks, feminine products, diapers, wipes, etc. This year the funds are going to Laura’s Home, a Cleveland shelter that provides everything from bus passes to beds and baby wipes.

They’ll host bands all night, featuring six different performances that range from DJs like Becca Nicole to bands such as Half An Animal, Venus Flytraps, and Sister Smirk! There’s also $1 raffle tickets at the door for free entrance into the 6th annual International Burlesque Festival hosted by Ohio Burlesque. Plus — hello! — it’s Mahall’s, so there's also bowling.

The theme is Black, White, and Glam, so dress for a party. Though, of course, all colors are allowed and encouraged.

For further information, and to let all your friends know where the party’s at, check out the Facebook event page.




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