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Cerebral Palsy Alberta (CPAA) is hosting the 17th Annual HUSH Gala. This year's theme is Oktoberfest in the Black Forest. Guests will be dressed to the neins in lederhosen and dirndl to experience Bavarian food and great brews.

CALGARY, Alberta - eMusicWire -- The HUSH Gala brings together members of Calgary's businesses, community, and government sectors to celebrate joining forces to make a difference in the lives of children and adults in the disability community. Events like these also help promote awareness, acceptance and understanding for individuals with disabilities to live, learn and work with independence and full citizenship.

All proceeds from the event go towards CPAA's programs and services. This year's bold goal for the HUSH Gala is to raise over $100,000 to support people with all disabilities in the province of Alberta. A registered non-profit organization, CPAA's mission is to give people with cerebral palsy and other disabilities the opportunity for independence and full inclusion in our society.

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In the spirit of "hush" the gala keeps the location secret until it's nearly time for the event. This year's location was revealed to the Sheraton Suites Calgary Eau Claire. Tickets are available online at and include general, VIP, and Experience Package options.

To ensure guests experience an evening of wanderlust, so many local businesses have generously supported HUSH Gala, including the presenting sponsor, Weir Bowen. Guests can enjoy a lager from local brewery, Common Crown, or sip on City & Country wine or Highwood Distiller's signature cocktails as well. The Bavarian themed 3 course dinner, European-inspired entertainment, and VIP extras are possible thanks to Cuming & Gillespie Lawyers, TD Bank, Telus, Lane Quinn, and CO-OP Home Health Care. A highlight of the night is bidding on fabulous items in the live and silent auctions, donated from a wide variety of businesses near and far!

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Tickets are almost sold out! The Gala never disappoints and is a spektakulär way to raise much-needed funds for the CPAA's programs and services. For more information on the gala and how you can purchase your tickets please visit

For a media spokesperson, contact:
Cindy Turnquist
Director of Development & Public Communications
Direct: 403-860-2432

About Cerebral Palsy Alberta
Cerebral Palsy Alberta is a registered non-profit organization and makes a difference in the community by enriching the lives of people in the disability community. Through our programs and support services, we promote awareness, acceptance and understanding for persons with disabilities to live Life without Limits. For more information and to learn about ways you can support a Life without Limits, including our recycling and donation programs, please visit or call 1-800-363-2807.

Source: Cerebral Palsy Alberta
Filed Under: Non-profit

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