Brockville – The 1000 Islands Village Ballroom and the glassed-in Crystal Atrium will be turned into a Halloween themed setting on Friday, October 26, welcoming costumed or non costumed guests.
All will be welcomed by spooky characters, and the evening’s Master of Ceremonies Scott Fraser. People are encouraged to arrive at 5:30 p.m., as the 2018 Mystical Mansion Gala gets underway.
Upon entering the Crystal Atrium, step in front of the enchanting photo set, as photographer Andrew Kizell captures the beginning of a wonderful evening. At the end of the evening you will walk away with a memorable memento.
Prior to the 7 o’clock dinner, entertainment can be enjoyed with “See the Magic&”, professional magician Elliott Smith whose magic is mesmerizing and amusing, or listen to the predictions of your future with Tarot Card reader Sonia Nadina Hayes.
Following dinner, Brockville's favourite, Healy and Orr will play their signature music for all to sing along, tap your toes or dance.
Please note that judging will also take place for the most original costume. As well, guests will have an opportunity to bid on the silent auction items. In addition, event auctioneer Kevin Beattie, will keep the live auction energetic, spirited and moving along, which will include experiences. For example, people can bid on four Montreal Canadiens Hockey tickets, Level One.
A pay-as-you-go bar will be set up for your pleasure, along with late night snacks. The proceeds from this event will assist in supporting the continuation of Rotary Youth Initiatives including Camp Merrywood, Easter Seals Kids to Camp, Memorial Park Rotary Field House Revitalization, Rotary Soccer Field, Rotary Youth Clubs, High School Scholarships, Making Play Possible and many, many more local programs.
The ticket prices are $75 each or $600 for a table of eight, available after Wednesday, September 26th, at Brockville Home Hardware, 1000 Islands Toyota, Beattie Jeep Dodge Ram and Alan Brown Clothiers or any Brockville Rotary member.
For any questions, please contact Rotarian Doris Hallett at 613-342-3679.