the wild ball

last month i volunteered to photograph the annual WILD BALL, held by the Toronto Wildlife Centre to help raise funds in order to treat the thousands of sick, injured and orphaned wildlife they care for each year.

it was held at the Sunnyside Pavilion and it was catered by some of the top restaurants in the city, including The Sutton Place Hotel. there were lots of interactive fun for guests: caricature artists, a tarot card reader and even a dress-up station (yes, i took full advantage of that one as you can see, right), as well as both silent and live auctions and talented entertainers…including a fire eater!

i think my favourite part was that every guest, staff and volunteer wore a set of wild animal ears made out of felt. it was such a great feeling to see everyone get into the spirit of the event. not to mention that the impending rain held off! it was a beautiful early fall evening down by the lake.

to find out how you can support the Toronto Wildlife Centre, please check out this link.

for tips on what you should do if you come into contact with a sick or injured wild animal please click here.

when you forget your flash at home at a night event you have to get creative.

band Graffiti Park

radio personality Roger Ashby

comic Judy Croon

percussion band Torq

tarot card reader

caricature artists

and the fire eater!

it was a beautiful evening. i hope it was a success!



4 responses to “the wild ball”

  1. This looks amazing! The cupcakes, oh my word!

    Looks like a wonderful event for a great cause.

    Angela
    UK

  2. […] This post was mentioned on Twitter by TWC, Marcia Leeder. Marcia Leeder said: had a wild time at the Wild Ball for the @TWC_Wildlife Centre. Enjoy the photos: http://www.marcialeederblog.com/2010/10/27/the-wild-ball/ […]

  3. Fabulous shots!Food looks so tasty:) Professionally done photos!

  4. Kojo Ferguson says:

    Great shots from the Wild Ball. I would be interested in getting some of the shots of the band Graffiti Park. Please contact me. Thanks.

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