As an auspicious way to honor the lady spouses and significant others, the Alpha Phi Omega (Philippines) of Greater Los Angeles treated their special partners to a night of good food and romance in the love month of February.

It has become a yearly tradition for the members of the Alpha Phi Omega (Philippines) Greater Los Angeles (APOGLA) to celebrate their love and affection for their spouses on Valentine’s Day. With this sense of gratitude, they wine and dine together in honor of their lady loves in what they christened the “Ladies Night”. Dubbed fittingly as the “Ladies Night”, it aims to rekindle the fire of love between spouses and lovers in an ambiance of a romantic evening replete with music, wine and dancing. It is a toast to that someone special.

This concept has evolved through the years and the boost in the number of attendees each year shows its ever-increasing popularity. In 2012, APOGLA opened its doors to their friends, families and the general public. The event was sold out, with the venue filled to the rafters. The gates had to close and several registrants were turned away due to safety concerns.

Guests were treated to bottles of wine and roses at each table, accompanied by appetizers. A sumptuous meal followed, with romantic mood music filtering through the venue. The proceeds that are generated are earmarked for various service projects of APOGLA, such as the APO Kids’ scholarship program and disaster relief funds for calamity victims in the Philippines.

If you are in town during any of those dates in February, make sure to check it out, mark your calendars and attend this unforgettable event. It is guaranteed to melt your partner’s heart away…