The numbers are crunched finally and we now have a very healthy result from Prohibition Era Stomp 30 on July 14th at the transformed Albert Hall.

The net profit available for distribution totals $11,021.75.

There were over 400 people present on the night and all involved thought the participants were the best era dressed of any Stomp. The Speakeasy Casino inside and Al Capone’s 1929 Hudson at the front door enriched the atmosphere for the dancers.

We now have to distribute the proceeds to our nominated charities, 25% to Pets in the Park, 25% to Australian Rainforest Trust and 50% to our Rotary Club’s community projects.

Welcome to the 1920’s! Speakeasy was born as all levels of society began to party and socialise behind closed doors. Join us for a Prohibition inspired evening of speakeasy cocktails and casino gaming for prizes. Dress up and join us for a night of amazing performances, fun activities, and plenty of dancing.

STOMP is a charity dance event, in proud partnership with the Rotary Club of Canberra Burley Griffin. Funds raised will go Pets in the Park (www.petsinthepark.org.au), Daintree Rainforest Trust (www.rainforesttrust.org), and Rotary Club of Canberra Burley Griffin projects.

STOMPs 1920s PROHIBITION SPEAKEASY will be held in Canberra at the historic Albert Hall (100 Commonwealth Ave, Yarralumla). Key highlights of the event include:

* MC Nestor Manuelian & Katrina Quintal, Bachata World Champions
* An extravagant dance performances with national and international artists
* Two rooms for social dancing from 8:30pm, with DJ Allan Dantas (Brazil) and DJ Alex Salsa Zouk Bousgas (Sydney)
* Prizes awarded for best dressed
* Activities (prohibition bar with cocktails), prizes (Silent auction table), surprises and more!

Ticket are available at: https://www.trybooking.com/book/event?eid=350176&

You can also buy discounted tickets from our “bootleggers!”

For further information:
* Mark McEwen: mark_mcewen@hotmail.com
* David Reid: reidie55@hotmail.com
* Website: www.thestomp.org

All proceeds from the event will be managed by the Rotary Club of Canberra Burley Griffin.