Bring your masks and your friends for a night filled with mystery, glamour and intrigue to Loudoun Habitat for Humanity's First Annual Masquerade Ball on Saturday, March 3.
This special evening will include a seated dinner, dancing to the music of Pebble to Pearl and a silent auction.
Loudoun Habitat is anticipating a great turnout for what is going to be their first annual “signature fundraising event”, according to Event Chair Julie Hoffmann.
“We have reached out to the local community and raised $27,500 in sponsorships and auction items, “ she said.
Items to be featured in the silent auction include cosmetics gift baskets from Nordstrom (an $800 value), a Lansdowne Resort package, a Capitals signed jersey and cap, and an overnight stay at the Hershey Hotel in Hershey, Pa, just to name a few.
The event will take place this Saturday from 6 to 9 p.m. at at River Creek Country Club, 43800 Olympic Blvd, in Leesburg. Tickets are still available through Friday at $150 per person by contacting the Loudoun Habitat office at 703-737-6772. Visit loudounhabitat.org.
About Loudoun Habitat for Humanity
Loudoun Habitat for Humanity was formed in 1993 to assist the local community’s housing needs. They have completed 20 homes around Loudoun County, assisting 76 people. There are two home projects in progress for this spring, one in Sterling and one in the St. Louis area near Middleburg.