$75 – $90

Every Voice Matters - Justice Dinner 2019

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41 Ardelt Place

Kitchener, ON N2C 2C8

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On November 14th, The Waterloo Region Crime Prevention Council will host the region’s 41st Justice Dinner.

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The Waterloo Region Crime Prevention Council invites you to join us for dinner.

Together we will celebrate our voices for a positive future built on equity, compassion and connectedness.

Featuring the Buddy Choir; the KW Glee Junior Choir and the Mino Ode Kwewak N'gamowak - Good Hearted Women Singers

Imagine a community where Every Voice Matters

Extended to Oct 18th. Check out our early bird rates and save!

Early Bird Rates available until October 14, 2019:

  • Individual Ticket(s) $80 each
  • Blocks of 8 or more tickets $75 each (Tables of 8 or 10 can be reserved on the registration form)

After October 14, 2019:

  • Individual Ticket(s) $90 each
  • Blocks of 8 or more tickets are $85 each (Tables of 8 or 10 can be reserved on the registration form)

Sponsor Ticket(s) for $75

Please consider sponsoring ticket(s) for those in the community that might not otherwise attend because cost is an issue.

We want you to come to our event.

If you would like attend this event but are unable to afford the full price of a ticket, please contact the WRCPC office by email at mallen@regionofwaterloo.ca or by phone at 519-575-4400 ext. 3474.

Come and imagine with us a community where Every Voice Matters

Thank you to our partners

Featuring 3 fabulous local choirs:

Buddy ChoirThe Buddy Choir is an inclusive company who invites anyone who loves music and community to join. The only requirement is that you love to perform!

Mino Ode Kwewak N'Gamowak - Good Hearted Women Singers: Indigenous women and two-spirited drum circle: We have come from community and incarceration to sing together in unity. We are keenly aware of the over-incarceration of Indigenous peoples, particularly Indigenous women, in correctional facilities and of the societal systemic roots that feed this over-representation. We sing for one another and for JUSTICE for Indigenous peoples.

KW Glee:KW Glee Junior is an auditioned pop rock choir that performs live in Southern Ontario. Comprised of young people ages 9-13, this group is distinctly different from other choirs - the participants sing music right off the pop charts all while delivering full throttle choreography that brings each song to life in an innovative way. Along with their senior counterparts, they perform twice per year in terms running September to December, and January to June. In addition to developing performance skills, KW Glee is committed to building confidence, diligence, and diplomacy in our members. We are not just building the performers of tomorrow, but also the leaders.

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41 Ardelt Place

Kitchener, ON N2C 2C8

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