Great Smoky Mountains Salamander Ball

Great Smoky Mountains Salamander Ball

Saturday, April 27, 2013
Event type: 
Volunteer Event

The Great Smoky Mountains Salamander Ball is a masquerade ball and fundraising event based on the
children’s book by Lisa Hortsman by the same name. Attendees are encouraged to dress in costumes
emulating Smoky Mountain wildlife. A local band, The Johnson Swingtet, will perform with dancing,
refreshments, silent and live auction, “salamander” look-alike contest, children’s activities, and fun for
the whole family to ensue. A very special visit from “Big Red” the salamander and a live “salamander
zoo” will be on display. Come one, come all to the Salamander Ball!

Time: 7–10 p.m. April 27, 2013

Location: Gatlinburg Convention Center (free parking off Reagan Drive)

Cost: $75.00/person, kids under 12 free. Tables for ten can also be purchased for reduced per-person cost.

You can purchase single tickets and tables for 10 in our online store.

Sponsorship packages are available. For details, download the Sponsorship PFD, or contact Todd Witcher.


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Thank You for Coming to the 2014 Salamander Ball

Thanks to all who obeyed the call
To "come one come all to the Salamander Ball"!
Click to see Tinah Utsman's fantastic photos from the Ball!

Thank you for a great 2014 ATBI Conference

Thank you to all who participated in, and attended our annual ATBI Conference of March 2014. We believe it was very profitable: not only for the attendees in general, but for the gathering and collaboration of experts in the field of conservation biology. We were also delighted and enthused by the presence and presentations of our keynote speaker, bat conservationist and author, Dr. Merlin Tuttle.

Thank you Dr. Tuttle!
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