If you're still searching for the perfect Valentine's Date activity here's your answer. Dancing for the Stars Wichita Falls will be held Valentine's Day at the MPEC.

This is the 6th year for this event and it just keeps getting bigger and better. A collaboration between Big Brothers Big Sisters of Wichita County and the Small Business Development Center at MSU is the signature fundraising event for both organizations. The early bird ticket price of $99 has been extended to February 7th, and all ticket sales stop on February 9th. Tickets include dinner, drink vouchers, an exceptionally entertaining evening, and the knowledge that you're helping out two great organizations while you're there.

This year's theme is "Silver Screen" and several local celebrities that have been paired up with local dance instructors will perform competitive routines set to popular movie soundtracks.

Image Courtesy Dancing For The Stars Wichita Falls

This year's format is brand new and features four performances with one celebrity and one instructor, and five performances with multiple celebrities and one instructor. This format will make for a faster paced evening than previous events.

This year's celebrities include Ivonne Wineinger, Sonia White, David Kelley, Dustin Nimz, Peter Griffiths, Kristin Howard, Ward Roberts, Jennifer Taylor, Nicole Rhoads, Tarah Nybert, Amy Vail, Stacie & James Cook, Caroline Groves & D.J. Moss, and Michelle Cramer & Jessica Edwards.

The instructors are Raymond Ryan, Joshua Mallett, Stephanie Medenwaldt, Jennifer Blackwell, Lauren Loskot, Crystal Snyder, Alicia Ayers, Andriena Biederman, and Ashlen Loskot.

You can see the complete list of celebrity and instructor pairings on the Dancing for the Stars Wichita Falls website.

The early bird ticket price of $99 is in effect through February 7th, and the final day to buy tickets is Sunday, February 9th. Tickets can be purchased online here. The event will begin at 6:15 p.m. on Valentine's Day at the MPEC.

With your help Big Brothers Big Sisters of Wichita County and the Small Business Development Center at MSU are developing productive citizens one child at a time.