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Silver & Turquoise Ball Benefiting the Phoenix Indian Center

The 38th annual Silver & Turquoise Ball benefiting the Phoenix Indian Center is kicking off on Friday, October 22, 2021, at 6:00 pm at The Scottsdale Resort at McCormick Ranch. The location address is, 7700 E McCormick Pkwy, Scottsdale, AZ 85258. This special event is honoring the resilience of Indigenous people and supports important work with the urban American Indian population. 

Silver & Turquoise Ball 2019 – Photo Credit: Phoenix Indian Center

The mission of the Phoenix Indian Center is to serve the American Indian community with culturally relevant youth services, cultural and language revitalization programs, workforce and education development. The Phoenix Indian Center envisions a thriving and healthy Indian Country. Their office is located at 4520 North Central Ave, #250 Phoenix, Arizona 85012. 

Silver & Turquoise Ball 2019 – Photo Credit: Phoenix Indian Center

This spectacular event will be held as an in-person event, as well as a live stream for virtual attendees. A silent auction will begin at 6:00 PM and the Indigenous-inspired dinner along with the culturally enriched entertainment is kicking off at 7:00 PM. The event features both live and silent auctions that will highlight American Indian jewelry and art as well as services and gifts from a wide variety of local businesses. 

Silver & Turquoise Ball 2019 – Photo Credit: Phoenix Indian Center

This special event will be honoring the Executive Director of the Native American Rights Fund, John Echohawk. John will receive the 2021 Leon Grant Spirit of the Community Award. Director of Public Relations and Communication. 

Silver & Turquoise Ball 2019 – Photo Credit: Phoenix Indian Center

Are you ready to have a spectacular night that you won’t forget about? Don’t wait, tickets are still available. An individual ticket for the in-person event is $250. Livestream tickets are $40. Table purchase and sponsorships are available. To purchase tickets please click here.

Silver & Turquoise Ball 2019 – Photo Credit: Phoenix Indian Center

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