Dance of the Two Moons an Evening of Fun


FEATURED ARTIST: This year’s auction will include a special painting from the Featured Artist, Susan Eddings Perez.

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Indian Health Care Resource Center’s (IHCRC) annual dinner, dance and auction Dance of the Two Moons will be held Saturday, March, 12 at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Tulsa, located at 777 W. Cherokee St., Catoosa, OK.

Attendees should be ready to get their grooves on during this fab evening of fun! IHCRC’s Dance of the Two Moons: Mirrored Moons plans to take everyone back to the age of disco. But before the blue tuxedo and the bellbottom pantsuits are taken out, attendees should be prepared to enter the world of disco chic. This will be the most elegant disco party everyone will have ever seen.

Join the rad Honorary Chairs, Alison Anthony and Mark Wilson for this far out night on March 12, 6:30 p.m. at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino. Help thank one of the coolest cats everyone will ever meet: the 2016 Circle of Life Community Partner Delores Titchywy Sumner. Get down with the awesome sounds of Ultra Suede. Dig some of the greatest auction items around including a special painting from the Featured Artist, Susan Eddings Perez, a collection of 35 cuffs from Rustic Cuff, and exclusive Carrie Underwood tickets in the iHeart Media Suite provided by iHeart Media.

Dance of the Two Moons wouldn’t be possible without the sponsors. IHCRC is excited to have Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Tulsa as the 2016 Presenting Sponsor. Over the years, Hard Rock Hotel and Casino has played a critical role in making this spectacular event possible. Additional sponsors include Delores Titchywy Sumner, Williams, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma, The Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, Meeks Group, Oklahoma State University Medicine/Mercy, Carmelita Skeeter, Tiger Natural Gas, and many other generous business and personal contributors.

The Dance of the Two Moons dinner and auction was established 26 years ago as an annual fundraiser to help support the many great programs and services provided to the Native American community. Proceeds from the event support many of IHCRC’s programs and services, including the annual Restoring Harmony Powwow, Youth Spring Break Camp, and Youth Summer Wellness and Cultural Camps.

In support of the Youth Summer Camps, Chef Justin Thompson invites attendees to join him in making certain all children have the opportunity to lead healthy lives. Sponsor-A-Camper for $250 or more and receive a gift certificate to one of Thompson’s’s restaurants equal to 10 percent of the donation.

Tickets to the Dance of the Two Moons are $150 per person or $250 per couple. Sponsorship levels are available ranging from $3,000 to $10,000. For more information about the Dance of the Two Moons, to preview auction items, or to purchase a sponsorship or tickets, visit

About Indian Health Care Resource Center of Tulsa
IHCRC is a 501©(3) organization funded through a contract with Indian Health Services, state and federal grants, private foundations and donors, and its annual fundraiser Dance of the Two Moons. Utilizing a patient-centered, multidisciplinary, medical home approach, IHCRC offers a full range of health and wellness services tailored to the Indian community. Services include: Medical, Optometry, Dental, Pharmacy, Transportation, Behavioral Health, Health Education and Wellness, Substance Abuse Treatment and Prevention, and Youth Programs focused on traditions, health, and leadership skills. With more than 12,000 active patients representing in excess of 150 Tribes, IHCRC provides more than 126,000 patient contacts each year to improve the general health status and reduce the incidence and severity of chronic disease of the urban Indian community. Please contact Deb Starnes at 918-382-1203 or with any questions about IHCRC or the Dance of the Two Moons fundraiser.

Updated 02-29-2016

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