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An Affair to Remember

Kyle Pope
8-11 p.m. , Friday February 15 | $40 for museum members, $45 members.

 Quests will dance the night away to the smooth jazz sounds of the Deron Bell Band and enjoy romantic tours of the museum galleries. Tickets to the event include a dessert buffet, a complimentary glass of champagne and a complimentary glass of Stella Artois, as well as the classic romantic movie An Affair to Remember on the big screen in the museum's NCR Renaissance Auditorium. A raffle will feature a Rachelbeads Silvered Heart Pendant, created by local jewelry artist Rachel Goetz, as well as items from Oakwood Florist, Heidelberg Distributing and more. The evening will also include a cash bar and lots of fun surprises. 



Where: Dayton Art Institute
Phone: 937-223-5277
Address: 456 Belmonte Park North
Website: www.daytonartinstitute.org/specialevents

Dayton Art Institute

456 Belmonte Park North
Dayton, Ohio
45405
 
Committed to enriching lives and serving the community by creating meaningful experiences with art.
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