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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10TH, 2015 | 730 PM - MIDNIGHT | $20 | MELODY BALLROOM, PORTLAND OR | AGES 21+
Girls night out... er, I mean these Groggin' Scallywags hit the town and experienced Portland's Swashbuckler's Ball. A great night out and an excellent excuse to get all dressed up! We ate and drank and had a chance to see what the other pirates in Portland were up to. For sure a must to experience for yourself!
Sizes available: M, XL & 2XL
Patches also available
Sizes available: XL & 2XL
Sizes available: M, L, XL & 2XL
Tote Bags also available
We have a limited number of shirts from 2011, 2012 & 2013. If you want one or missed your chance the first time, please visit our Etsy shop BootyForBoobies and we will get one to you! Sizes available vary depending on year. We also have Booty Girl Logo stickers available too!
We danced in the streets of Beaverton and handed out candy to the local community. We had a blast showing our piratude and spreading awareness about our event and cause. We'll definitely be doing this parade again!
We colored the Sherwood Forest Equestrian Center green out at the CMY5K! 14 of us volunteered for a donation to Making Strides! Join us, we'll be doing it again!
Check out our past years' party pictures and like us on Facebook!
Continuing our fight with fundraising, 2013 saw many changes and we met the challenges head on. Raffle prizes turned into a silent auction and although skeptical at first, this change provided us with the biggest year yet from donated items. Cabezon was back for another year and supplied us two full sets to dance the night away to. The Beaverton Elks lodge hosted us again and we are always thankful for their generosity and dedication to our event and cause. Although attendance numbers were down, we still had another successful year of fundraising for the American Cancer Society.
We had another amazing event in 2012 - our 4th year of fundraising! With special guests from the Rogues Guild & even a real Pirate Queen! Mermaids blessed us with their magic, providing a fantastic photo op to the delight of many! We welcomed back our bands Cabezon & Sugarcane Strings and the dance floor was hot all night long! Also, we were blessed again by the talent of Foster Photo Graphix who added new levels of creativity to the capture of the night's event. This year was a special milestone for us as the American Cancer Society took us under their wing as a managed event, which taught us even more about successful fundraising. We are growing & learning to color better within the lines, with as vivid of colors we can find, and of course - lots of pink!
Our 2011 benefit party was another big success! We continue to lead the Making Strides program as its top contributing organization! What a great job all the pirates did in banding together for a cause - and proving that it can be a lot of fun doing good work! Thank you to our fantastic sponsors and to the crew of volunteers that work so hard in the year leading up to the party as well as those who show-up on game day to get the work done! Party on people, you have done the pirates of Portland proud! It is so great to see our group expanding and meeting all kinds of wonderful people along the way! Special Thanks to our Photographers Jim Yeager Photography and Foster Photo Graphix!
In 2010, we moved from Tacy's backyard into a warehouse down near the Widmer Brewery. What a great time we had and once again we were blessed with the support of some amazing sponsors and a very cooperative venue host! Our benefit was growing and we really kicked up our efforts when we became partners with the American Cancer Society. It was the beginning of a beautiful relationship.
2009 was the beginning of it all. This was the first Booty for Boobies benefit party (probably my 6th Pirate party)...the first that was done for any reason beyond just getting my crusty barnacles together for a night of crazy good times. I learned a lot about how to move forward...especially after the police showed up before 8pm to warn us of noise. This was the last of the backyard parties and the beginning of something that has grown way beyond where our imaginations had expected.