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14th Annual Pink Pajama Party

Women from throughout Indiana will embrace their inner superhero and gather on February 23 and 24 at the Indianapolis Marriott North Keystone at the Crossing, in Indianapolis, for the Pink Pajama Party: Heroes Unite to benefit the Indiana Women In Need (I.W.I.N) Foundation.

Themed as Time to Join Forces, attendees are encouraged to transform their secret superhero identities into their favorite pink pajamas and super hero gear. Featuring a silent auction and live music by Living Proof! this year’s event is made possible through the generosity of a variety of sponsors throughout the state.

The overnight retreat offers women throughout the community the opportunity to gather together and provide support for the nonprofit I.W.I.N. Foundation. The purpose of the pajama party is two-fold: to give women a night out filled with drinks, dinner, music and spa pampering, while raising funds to help women in Indiana who are currently undergoing breast cancer treatment.

Tickets: $150 includes dinner, one drink ticket, spa services, entertainment and breakfast. Location: 3645 River Crossing Pkwy. For more information or to register, visit

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