It’s time to put on your dancing shoes (or boots), the Heartland Hospice Spurs and Stilettos Cabaret fundraiser is coming to the Moose Jaw Curling Center on April 12th. Featuring the Johner Brothers live, this will be a night done in true Saskatchewan style. An evening of food, dancing and music with funds going towards the creation of a dedicated hospice wing at Pioneer Lodge, what's not to love? 

“We’ve noticed that over half our donors are directly farming families or from the AG business community. So, we want to do something to tip our hats to them and what's more Saskie and more country than a cabaret featuring the Johner Brothers live?” Says Sarah Bryan, Vice Chair of Heartland Hospice. 

She goes on to say “We are hoping that people feel like they can dress up and dress down.  (...) So we want to be able to come out and dance and socialize and have fun, and if they want to dress to the nines, awesome. If they want to wear their jeans and cowboy boots and come straight from the field that's great too.” 

Celebrating their 10-year anniversary this year and currently sitting at ¾ of their one-million-dollar capital campaign, with the end goal being the completion of a dedicated hospice wing at Pioneer Lodge, now is your chance to have fun and support a great local cause. 

Tickets are available with early-bird pricing until February 14th at $90.00 per ticket or $700.00 for a table of eight this is the best time to visit the SaskTix website