7th Annual Neanderthal Ball
November 2nd - 7:00pm to 11:00pm at Orlando Science Center
The Neanderthal Ball is a night of decadence and leisure to raise money in support of the Orlando Science Center. The evening features silent auctions, a fashion contest, and plenty of food and fine wine. Consider donating to or participating in the silent auction featuring vacation getaways, free classes, gift certificates to restaurants and sports tickets.
Featured Silent Auction Items
Westin Lagunamar Ocean Resort, Cancun - valued at $1,500
Holland America Cruise - valued at $3,298
SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment
Orlando Magic Game Suite - valued at $2,240
Walt Disney World Resort
Tim’s Wine Market Windermere Tasting for 20 - valued at $500
Isleworth Country Club Private Dining Room Dinner for 4 - Priceless
Saber Tooth Cat Skull - Priceless
Zulu Nyala African Photo Safari, South Africa - Priceless
Hilton Grand Vacations Las Vegas - valued at $1,036
Legoland Florida Park Tickets and Gift Basket - valued at $430
JW Marriott Grande Lakes Orlando - valued at $300
EO Inn & Spa - valued at $150
New Orleans Vacation Package
Caribe Royale Orlando - valued at $325
Long Bay Beach Resort, British Virgin Islands - valued at $2,000
St. James’s Club Morgan Bay, St. Lucia - valued at $2,100
Los Establos Boutique, Panama - valued at $2,700
Wisconsin Package - valued at $989
There are many more silent auction items for every budget!
The dresscode for the Neanderthal Ball is cocktail style fun. Harriet's Caveman Coutour contest has guests going full-out caveman, or accenting their outfits with an animal print tie or patterned dress. A panel of judges vote on who has the best outfit, and photo-ops are available to remember the occasion.
The Neanderthal Ball is set in the DinoDigs and Ice Age themed exhibits of the museum, going out onto the Suntrust patio overlooking Orlando. Tickets to this event are $125 and include food, premium drinks, and interactive, experimental fun. Sponsorships are also available and run between $2,000 and $15,000.
For more information on the Orlando Science Center, view their profile page.