Cher Convention 2006
                             July 7th, 8th, 9th
      Warner Center Marriott - Grand Ballroom
                                                   21850 Oxnard Street, Woodland Hills, CA
                        Benefiting the Children's Craniofacial Association
The Convention
July 8th - 10 AM to 5 PM - Free admission
This is an Incredible Event with Great Entertainment, Fun People, a Party Atmosphere,
where Everyone feels as if they know everyone else, with Plenty to do and see! You're
invited to this Wonderful Weekend you'll remember for the rest of your life!
10,000 sq ft of wall-to-wall Cher with non-stop entertainment and Cher related events.
Cher Impersonator Show - Starring Chad Michaels, Amy Hohimer, Catherine Marie
Carter, Wayne Smith. Audio Video Montage. Cher Karaoke Contest, Cher Poetry
Reading, Cher Name That Tune Game, Cher Family Feud Game, Cher Museum, Live
and Silent Auctions of rare and unusual Cher Memorabilia. Various vendors including
Star Wares Collectibles. Cher items and Cher Convention souvenirs for sale.
                                            Additional Events
The Friday Evening Charity Dinner Show
Pre-registration required:
July 7th - 7 PM to 2 AM - $95 per person
Cocktail Party, Silent Auction, Dinner, Live Show Celebrating the 30th Anniversary
of the Cher Television Show, followed by a Dance until 2:00 AM.

The Saturday Evening Charity Dinner Auction
Pre-registration required:
July 8th - 7 PM to 2 AM - $95 per person
Cocktail Party, Dinner, Live Auction, Awards and Closing Ceremonies,
followed by a Dance until 2:00 AM.

The Sunday Bus Tour
Pre-registration required:
July 9th - 9:30 AM - $60 per person
7 Hour Tour of Cher related sites including the Mansion where Witches of Eastwick
was Filmed, The Roxy, Hollywood Walk of Fame, Various Sound and TV Studios,
Rodeo Drive, and a stop at Star Wares Collectibles (consigner to Cher).

All proceeds go to the Children's Craniofacial Association/Cher Charity

Foundation. Cher is the National Chairperson. Cher became involved in
helping craniofacial children after starring in the movie Mask, in which
she played the mother of a child with a craniofacial condition.
18 years or younger must be accompanied by an adult to the evening programs,
and must obey the laws and curfews of Los Angeles, California.


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