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Dec 9, 201608:40 AMCulture

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The 2017 Art Association of Harrisburg Bal Masque

Dec 9, 2016 - 08:40 AM
The 2017 Art Association of Harrisburg Bal Masque

Join forces with the Art Association of Harrisburg and the real, live Super Heroes of the Susquehanna to promote the visual arts in our community on Saturday, March 11, from 6 to 11 PM at the Radisson Hotel, Camp Hill, for The Bal Masque – “Super Heroes of the Susquehanna”!

Grab your capes and tights, don your masks and seize your chance to dress as your super hero alter ego! Compete for prizes in a spectacular costume parade! (Of course, you may also attend as your citizen self.) Citizens and super heroes alike will enjoy exciting silent and live auctions, gourmet food, a cash bar, and music by DJ Jonathan Frazier.

You’ll be among greatness with real Super Heroes from our community! Come meet and revel with: Super Hero of Science & Medicine, Dr. David Bronstein, DO, Super Hero of Arts & Culture, Alice Anne Schwab (Executive Director of the Susquehanna Art Museum) and other Super Heroes of the Community yet to be confirmed!

Super Artist Brad Gebhart is preparing some surprises in anticipation of this extraordinary evening, including collectible cards at super hero displays around town. Brad will bring extra fun to the Bal, with caricatures and a special comic book for guests to take home.

Thanks to the incredible efforts of Bal Chair, Amy Huck, the support of presenting sponsor, Higher Information Group, and fantastic décor by JDK, the 2017 Bal Masque is an event not to be missed!

Thanks as well to the support of our Underwriters  The Hall Foundation, BB&T, Lamar Advertising, Pinnacle Health, and WHTM-TV27.

Ticketing levels are $100 for Citizens and Super Heroes, and $150 for Villains, VIPs and Host Committee members. Do what’s right and make your reservations at www.artassocofhbg.com. Or call 717-236-1432 for more information.

Proceeds from the Bal Masque support The Art Association of Harrisburg’s education and exhibition programs.

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