Dance, Laughter, and Love At Our First Ever Mardi Gras Masquerade!

UPDATE: That’s a Wrap!

Our Mardi Gras party was a daring success and a smashing good time! Thank you to everyone who came and helped us celebrate, and especially to Ben Shuler and Debbie Wolf for their cooking skills, Jane Beckman for her mixology prowess with the mocktails, and of course our awesome guitarist Ray! Congratulations to our king, Andrew Crockett, queen Jun Alcid, and everyone who strutted their stuff out on the dance floor.

The outside decorations
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The original post below (minus the ability to buy tickets)

Mardi gras poster
Tickets: $20 in advance, $35 for couples. $25 each at the door (if not sold out)

Join us for our first annual Mardi Gras party and masquerade dance at the Emory Street lodge. We’ll have music, dancing, masks, beads, mocktails, and delicious hors d’oeuvres. Before the night is over, we’ll crown our king and queen. Dress to impress and shake your tail feathers on our dance floor, and it might even be you!

Money raised will be used to support the continued operation of our community center.

One Comment

  1. This was my first Mardi Gras celebration! I enjoyed the decorations and festivities, had fun, foods were delicious, and I liked the ability to socialize and dance on my own schedule during the event. My family really enjoyed the guitar soloist Ray and his music selections, and I felt it really set a great tone for the atmosphere of the party. It was a comfortable and inviting setting for the event, and I will plan to bring my carload of attendees again next year!