Philadelphia's famous skyline will be lemon-yellow this weekend. (Photo by George Sproul Photography)
Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation for Childhood Cancer will host the Seventh Annual Lemon Ball this Saturday, January 12 at the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown.
The Lemon Ball is an evening of cocktails, dinner, raffle, silent and live auctions and entertainment bringing together supporters of the Foundation’s mission – a cure for all kids with cancer.
The evening will also feature the presentation of the Alex Scott Crystal Cup to Marc Vetri, Jeff Michaud and Jeff Benjamin, the men behind the Foundation’s first and largest culinary fundraiser, The Great Chefs Event.
Bonus: check out Jay Scott, the father of the late Alex Scott, in his Philly 101 spotlight video here.
The Cira Centre will be shining yellow all day long this Saturday in honor of the 2013 Lemon Ball for Alex's Lemonade Stand. (Photo by George Sproul Photography)
Tickets to the ball are available online.
And in the meantime, check out a few photos, above and below, of Philadelphia going yellow in support of this wonderful cancer charity.
Alex’s Lemonade Stand’s 2013 Lemon Ball
When: Saturday, January 12, 6:30 p.m.-midnight
Where: Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, 1201 Market Street
Cost: Tickets start at $250
More info: www.alexslemonade.org
The sweeping Ben Franklin Bridge will be all decked out in yellow this weekend in honor of the annual Lemon Ball. (Photo by George Sproul Photography)