16th Annual Adams County Arts Council’s Masquerade Ball
Published October 10, 2016
Calling All Superheroes (And Evil Villains) on October 21st!
The Gettysburg Hotel is proud to host the 16th Annual Adams County Arts Council’s Masquerade Ball, sponsored by Danny Sebright and in partnership with the Gettysburg Community Theatre. This year’s theme is “Comic Zone!!!”, so come in disguise as your favorite superhero, evil villain or comic book character. Not the costuming type? You’re still welcome to come in formal attire with a mask and show off you superhero style on the dance floor, rocking the night away to the music of the eight-piece Colgan-Hirsh Band with the Slammin’ Horns.
This year’s entertainment doesn’t stop there. Check out the silent auction featuring artwork, culinary items, event tickets, jewelry and a whole lot more! The Conga Line Costume Contest will be judged by Heather Entwistle Roberts and a team of local attorneys and the Editor of the Gettysburg Time, Alex Hayes, will act as Master of Ceremonies. As an added bonus, get a sneak peek at the Gettysburg Community Theatre’s upcoming production of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” when they steal the dance floor, led by Founding Executive/Artistic Director Chad-Alan Carr.
Dinner includes a delectable duet plate of pepper spiced shoulder tenderloin of beef with grilled salmon medallions, served with pesto au gratin potatoes and seasonal vegetable medley, prepared by our Award Winning Executive Chef, Joseph Holmes. Dinner begins promptly at 7pm, followed by the party at 8pm.
- Dinner & Party Option: $75 per person
- Party Only with Reserved Seat: $30 per person
- Party Only without a Reserved Seat: $20 per person
Tickets can be purchased at the Arts Education Center at 125 S. Washington St., Gettysburg, online at adamsarts.org, by calling 717.334.5006 or at the event for the party only.
The Adams County Arts Council would like to thank the following major sponsors: Fresh Boutique, Grace Kelly Salon, L & H Services Group Inc. and Wellspan Gettysburg Hospital.
All proceeds from the Masquerade Ball will help the Adams County Arts Council achieve its mission of creating an arts-rich community and offering arts education programs at the Arts Council’s Arts Education Center.