Starry Night Prom

DeLaSalle invites you to an elegant evening under the stars. Click here to see pictures from the 2012 Starry Night Prom.

Hear KFAI Radio's report on the 2013 Starry Night Prom here.

A semi-formal prom for persons living with disabilities hosted by DeLaSalle High School Lasallian Ministry.

Saturday, May 4, 2013

DeLaSalle's Gymnasium

5:30pm Doors Open

6:30pm Grand March

7:00 - 9:30pm Dance

Entertainment, snacks, and beverages will be available throughout the evening. A prom date is not required. Parents and escorts are welcome. No reservations are necessary. Please contact Peg Hodapp at 612.676.7611 for more information.

There is no charge for this event. Free will offerings are appreciated.

Photographs

Photographs will be taken throughout the evening and will be available online by the end of May. Details will be handed out the night of the event.

Formal Wear

Please note that dresses and tuxedos are not available at the school.

Once Upon a Time Formal has free dresses available by appointment only. Please call 612-222-7741. Please note the store location in West St. Paul is not handicap accessible, but, with enough notice, they will deliver. In addition to women's evening wear, the business has a limited number of free men's suits available and $20 tuxedo rentals by appointment only.

Hair and Make-up Free Service

Beauty Lounge has offered hair and make-up services free of charge on the day of the event to guests of the Starry Night Prom. Please call 612.227.9363 to make an appointment. Make sure to reference Starry Night Prom. 

Starry Night Prom

You can read a story or watch a video about Starry Night from Kare11 News by clicking the link.

Overview

Each spring, DeLaSalle students involved in Lasallian Ministry host the Starry Night Prom for persons living with disabilities. Over 600 guests attend this formal gala evening of food, beverages, and (of course!) dancing -- all free of charge.

The students who host this prom prepare for half the school year by attending seminars and sensitivity training as well as planning the food service and festive decorations that transform the gymnasium into a beautiful dance hall.