The Arthritis Foundation is “scaring up” overwhelming support to celebrate the 10th Annual Dallas Bone Bash, Big D's premiere Halloween-themed costume gala benefiting the Arthritis Foundation North Texas. The spooktacular soiree is set for October 17 at the Omni Dallas Hotel. Visit www.dallasbonebash.org to purchase tickets and get event details.
In North Texas alone, there are nearly one million people, including more than 7,000 children, living with the pain of arthritis every day.
The local event, emceed by media personality Scott Murray, will honor Dr. W.Z. “Buz” Burkhead, Jr. and Dr. Rob Langdon, the gentlemen who started it all with the inaugural Bone Bash in Dallas, Texas. Both Drs. Burkhead and Langdon are considered experts in the medical field and are esteemed amongst the Dallas medical community. Widely known and respected for creating the modular replacement for the shoulder, Buz Burkhead, MD has been a board certified orthopaedic surgeon practicing at The Carrell Clinic since 1983.
This year’s Dallas Bone Bash is expected to draw more than 400 guests adorned in costumes and masks, who will mingle with zombies, ghouls, witches and ghosts as they roam – or float – through the Omni Hotel during an “otherworldly” Hallows’ Eve experience.
The 2015 Dallas Bone Bash Event Co-Chairs Sharon and Paul Devereux, along with Amy and Tom Sabin, will preside over this year’s deliciously wicked gala in full theatrical regalia.
There will be an array of ghoulish games and devilish delights as guests rattle their bones to the jive and rhythms of “Doctor Doctor”, and enjoy an evening of fabulous food, fortune tellers and spooky costume contests. Highlights also include the “Bling & Bubbly Game” sponsored by Eiseman Jewels NorthPark Dallas, and Live & Silent Auction. The event will be capped off with our Key to a Cure mission moment.