The 50’s: Twistin’ the Night Away
6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, Wauwatosa, Wis.
Saturday, June 4
RSVP by calling (414) 266-3350 by Friday, May 20
The release form must be completed and brought with you to the event. Patients may bring a date. Dresses and shirts/ties will be provided upon request. Please indicate your interest in these items when you RSVP for the event.
An optional parent event will be held in the Daniel M. Soref Family Resource Center during the prom with food provided.
Who can attend the prom?
Any Children's Hospital of Wisconsin patient (inpatient or outpatient) who is 14 years or older is invited to attend the Children's Hospital prom. If the patient is an inpatient at the time of the event, he or she will need a consent form from his or her doctor.
Absolutely! Each patient may bring one date. Dates must bring a consent form signed by a parent or guardian.
If patient is being picked up at the end of the event, a licensed driver's name and phone number must be presented at check in. The driver's license must be presented when the patient is picked up.
All attendees must remain at prom until 9 p.m. At 9 p.m., attendees must be picked up by a licensed driver.
Parents are not required to stay. Parents are invited to attend an optional, informal parent event held in The Daniel M. Soref Family Resource Center.
No problem! We have a selection of dresses, shirts, ties and shoes for you to choose from. Please let us know when you RSVP if you need something to wear to the prom.
We have an awesome group of hair stylists and make up artists volunteering their time to make you look beautiful for this special night. Please let us know when you RSVP if you need hair or makeup assistance.
Hospital staff and volunteers will be present during the entire event.
Yes, medical staff will be present if any medical needs arise.
Of course! Please let us know about any food allergies you or your date may have. Do not bring outside food or beverages into the building. All drink containers will be taken away upon entry into the hospital. If an individual arrives to the prom and appears to be under the influence of alcohol or any other controlled substance, he or she will NOT be allowed to participate and will be asked to leave.