Celebrate Fall with a Masquerade in the Meadow!


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Julie Tatol

Kick off your holiday season on Saturday, October 23rd with the newest event in town and help the Junior League of Asheville meet needs in your community at the same time!

So throw on something sparkly, grab a mask, and head to Longmeadow Park (The Ramble). Enjoy performances by the Asheville Aerial Artists (don't try this at home!) and dance to tunes by the Asheville Jazz Orchestra, followed by Alleycat's Mobile Dance Party. Sample delicious treats prepared by your local chefs, and check out the array of beverages in our libation lounges!

What a marvelous way to celebrate "Asheville Now" with local music, local food, local brews, local artists, all in support of a local organization working hard in the local community.

Tickets are $50 per person (includes food, entertainment, beer & wine). Raffle tickets start at $5 each, so throw your ticket in the pot of your choice. You don't need to be present to win, so what do you think about 4 Walt Disney Park-Hopper passes for just $5? Or 80 bottles of wine for $5? The more tickets you buy, they less they cost, so with 7 fabulous packages to tantalize you, why not take a chance on each?

Check out the website for all details and to purchase your tickets. www.ashevillefallgala.com. Buy online and enter the name of AshevilleNow fan and JLA member Julie Tatol as the person who invited you to this awesome event! And while you're visiting the site, check out the projects of your Junior League chapter. Thanks for your support of all that we're doing, and we'll see you in The Meadow!

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