Ready to see the Cincinnati Masonic center transformed into a club?? The Cincinnati Ballet is doing just that. Get ready for Club B.
To start, the part will begin with a champagne toast to pay tribute to longtime Cincinnati Ballet supporters and honorary chairs Kathy and Mike Selker and event sponsors. At 8:00 p.m. the doors to Club B officially open for incredible edibles, dancing and cocktails. Guests will enjoy a stylish raffle including a trip for four to New York City with the Cincinnati Ballet (includes airfare, dinner, show tickets), a pair of diamond earrings, a suite for 16 to a Cincinnati Reds game, club tickets to a Cincinnati Bengals game and a Cincinnati Ballet Nutcracker package. Club B, co-chaired by Ann Gibson and Julie Richardson, is designed to attract new as well as seasoned ballet enthusiasts from young professionals to established patrons and supporters of the company.
Club B offers a variety of sponsorship levels from $2000-$15,000.
Proceeds from Club B will benefit the many programs offered at Cincinnati Ballet including educational outreach programs, some of which are provided at no cost to more than 135,000 people ranging in age from preschoolers to senior citizens. Be part of Club B -- what is sure to be the most talked about party of 2013! For tickets, VIP admission, sponsorship opportunities and raffle tickets visit the site or call Tracy DeBellevue at 513.562.1112.
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