11435 Saskatchewan Dr NW
Edmonton, AB T6G 2G9
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Please join your friends and colleagues on Thursday, February 29 for Parkland Institute's 17th Annual Gala Dinner & Silent Auction.
The Faculty Club on the University of Alberta campus provides the perfect setting for a luxurious evening featuring a delicious three-course dinner. The evening will also feature music by Breezy Brian Gregg.
Parking is available at the event for a flat rate of $5.50 after 4 pm.
Order your ticket
Tickets are $130 per person and a portion of your ticket is tax receiptable.
There are two ways you can order tickets for the gala: online or through a printable ticket order form.
To order online, just click below and follow the instructions on the screen.
Please note that February 25 is the last day to buy tickets for the gala, as we need to inform the venue of dietary preferences and the total number of attendees by this date.
If you’d rather order your tickets (and book your full table) with our printable form, just click below to download the form and then return it to our office by February 23, Friday, or by contacting Parkland Institute at 780-863-6394 or [email protected].
Please note that our office has temporarily moved to 2-28 University Terrace building.
Make an impact
Our annual gala and silent auction is Parkland’s most important fundraiser of the year. Please help us make this event a success by encouraging your colleagues, friends, and family to attend.
If you aren't able to attend, please help us spread the word and consider making a donation to support Parkland Institute.
We also welcome donations of items for the silent auction. If you'd like to make a donation, please contact Sharlene Oliver at [email protected] or call her at 780-863-6394 or 780-492-8558.
Place your bids
The silent auction is half of the fun during the gala. Get ready to grab a pen and write your name on the bid sheets for the many awesome items we have for you. From exclusive experiences to coveted items, there's something for everyone!