Homeschooled Juniors and Seniors (and their guests) are invited to the CHALC formal.
Sunday, April 30, 2023 at The Copper Horse, Ephrata, PA
|5:00-5:25||Arrival & Pictures|
|5:30-7:00||Dinner, including a variety of food stations|
(pasta, stir fry, potatoes and fixings)
|6:45 -7:45||Entertainment, Coffee, Desserts|
|8:00 - 10:00||Dancing|
Tickets are $40 until February 21,
$50 from February 22 to March 21,
and $60 from March 22 to April 12.
Register early to save.
Read the Code of Coduct below. You will be asked to confirm that you have read and understand it.
Click the Sign Up Button to register.
When you are finished, a completion screen will appear and provide you with instructions on how to submit your payment (That information is also available below.)
You will receive a copy of your registration via email as confirmation.
If you have any questions contact Amanda Bughman at [email protected].
Code of Conduct
Every attendee is required to read and agree to the Code of Conduct. Adult chaperones will be in-attendance at all times to ensure a fun and safe event. Anyone violating the Code of Conduct will be asked to change their behavior or be asked to leave the event, at the discretion of the chaperones.
Be respectful and responsible at all times.
Once checked-in, attendees must remain in the main event area. Copper Horse is a working farm. For your safety, do not wander on the property.
Formal attire is required (no jeans or t-shirts). Modest necklines and hemlines are expected, with no exposed midriffs.
There will be no slow dances or provocative dancing at the formal. Public displays of affection should be kept to hand-holding.
No body surfing, moshing, or other actions that put attendees at risk of harm.
Vulgar language, body language, or gestures will not be tolerated.
Smoking, vaping, and consumption of alcoholic beverages or drugs are prohibited and will result in immediate escort from the property.
Keep Social Media Posts Respectful. When posting your photos after the event, avoid bullying and inappropriate language.