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WP11 raised the bar, hit the streets and danced under the stars


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White Party Eleven (WP11) raised the bar this year by raising more than $334,000, helping Family & Children’s Services continue to offer hope to those who need it  – abused and hurting children, families in crisis and those suffering from mental illness and addiction.

On Saturday, May 12 with over 800 guests, more of Tulsa’s top mixologists and more signature craft cocktails than ever before, this white attire, TulsaPeople A-LIST outdoor dance party at The Vault combined the downtown Deco District outdoor atmosphere with luxury craft cocktails.

Women in Recovery’s culinary class prepare the dessert for WP11.

Cincinnati Avenue, between 6th and 7th Streets, was closed for an exclusive craft cocktail hour and sponsor dinner limited to Platinum, Diamond, Silver, Pearl, Area Sponsors and their guests.  Later in the evening, all table patrons will receive exclusive access to the Tom-Tom Room Lounge in The Vault. There they enjoyed access to unlimited cocktails.

Guests enjoyed dessert, white chocolate pistachio brittle, created by Chef Nico of MixCo and F&CS’s Women in Recovery.

At 9 p.m., WP11 opened up to general admission with a dance party from DJ Kylie and more craft cocktails on The Vault’s rooftop where various music styles carried to the streets of Tulsa.

Tulsa’s top venues and mixologists who served at WP11 include: Sarah Elliot from The Summit, Hank Hanewinkle III from MixCo, Jackie Hiskett from Juniper, Ray Lickliter from The Lounge (Bull in the Alley), Catelyn Marlow from The Vault, Lesley Nelson from Amelia’s, Shanna Postoak from Stonehorse, Reed Richards from Oren, Logan Sweetwood from Hodges Bend and Chloe Willhite from Valkyrie.

SEE PHOTOS FROM THE EVENT. 


WP11 Committee members Jessica Wiist, Co-Chairs Dave and Lauren Sherry, Kayla Vaughn, Joshua Roby and Tom Taylor

 

 

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