United Way Next Gen is pleased to present the sixth annual Next Gen Masquerade on Saturday, March 3rd, 2018 at the Renaissance Event Venue in Kingston. Masquerade is a fundraising event, organized and run by volunteers from the United Way Next Gen initiative.
The event is sponsored by KPMG and this unique semi-formal social soiree gives guests the chance to slip on a mask and enjoy a night of dancing, cocktails, complimentary hors d’oeuvres, prizes and a little intrigue! Guests are welcome to bring their own masks or pick one up at the event with a donation to the United Way.
“The Next Gen Masquerade is a chance for millennials and the millennial-minded to come out for a fun and enjoyable evening of intrigue, music and dancing, while raising money for United Way KFLA,” says Gillian Moren, Next Gen Masquerade Committee Chair. “Last year we sold out, so we encourage everyone to get their tickets online before you miss out on this awesome night in #ygk”.
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This year, tickets are available for a special early bird price of $30 before January 31, 2018 and can be purchased online at nextgenmasq.ca. The cost of tickets will be $35 per ticket February 1, 2018, onwards. Ticket entry includes appetizers and a chance to win fantastic door prizes.
The evening will feature a live band (Downtown Trio) on the lower level and a DJ from Sound on Sound Productions on the main floor. A silent auction and door prizes take place during the evening. Entertainment has been generously sponsored by Jeff Easton – Your Team Kingston.
For information and tickets visit www.nextgenmasq.ca
Please note: This is a licensed event, restricted to persons 19 years of age or older. Proof of age may be required for entry.
About United Way Next Gen
United Way Next Gen aims to engage a new generation by, encouraging their participation in community-building opportunities through United Way of KFLA. The Next Gen movement provides opportunities for young professionals between the ages of 25 to 40 to fill vital roles in our community that foster positive change and make a meaningful impact.
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