Tiaras & Bowties Children's Gala 2013

April 21, 2013 - 3:30pm - 9:00pm
The Palace 3223 Parsons Road NW

A Children's Gala for the little ones to dress up and enjoy a day of fun that includes a silent auction, dinner, children’s entertainment and activities, and much more!

$60/guest - Early bird
By March 22, 2013.
Be entered to win a prize package to get your hair and make-up done. Children under 3 are free.

$75/guest - Regular
$25/guest - Toddler (3 and Under)

By April 12, 2013.
Formal attire. All children must be accompanied by an adult.


Discount available to ASAC members. Please contact rita@asacgala.com for discount code.

All proceeds from the Tiaras & Bowties Children’s Gala will go towards supporting ASAC's endeavours.

ASAC was formed in 1979 to help women and their families have better birth experiences. A positive and satisfying birth experience will help a woman transition more easily into her role as a mother – breastfeeding will be easier, bonding with her baby will be easier and she will have a better chance of avoiding postpartum depression. The cost to families and society are high when mothers are depressed and not functional. Traumatic birth experiences make for a harder path ahead for women, babies and families and research tells us that the effects can last for years.

ASAC’s mandate is to educate women about childbirth, regardless of the caregiver and location of birth that they choose. ASAC believes that women are capable of making good decisions for themselves, if they are well-informed. A women is more likely to have positive feelings about her birth if her choices are respected and she feels she had some control over her birth process, regardless of the outcome.

Birth Issues is ASAC’s biannual magazine, full of birth stories, birth and parenting information, health information for the whole family and much more. The magazine emphasizes choice, awareness, and a natural, healthful approach to these topics. It is unique in that it is the only magazine written by women for women, by consumers for consumers. The magazine is not just about childbirth. It is about insisting that women and their families have options, deserve to be informed, and they can demand respect for their individual informed choices.

As a consumer-based, not-for-profit, volunteer-run organization, ASAC relies on donations and money raised through various fundraising methods. Funds are required to keep the Birth Issues magazine in print, and for their many other programs including lecture series, movie screenings, conferences, resource library, trade show displays, and play group. For more information please visit www.asac.ab.ca.