Join us in celebrating women, history, prohibition and fun!
This event is an opportunity to be “all dolled up” and help us raise funds to support our scholarship program. The 20′s was a time of prohibition, flappers, gangsters, aviators, the women’s suffrage movement and silent film. Whether you come as a flapper or a fly boy, “get your glad rags on” and use your secret password to join us at the Tuolumne County Women’s Network Speakeasy Soiree!
DATE: September 28, 2013
LOCATION: Sonora Elks Lodge.
TIME: General admission begins at 5:30pm.
MUSIC: Swing Gitane
MASTER OF CEREMONIES:
GIGGLES: Keystone Cops, Private Butlers for VIP’s, wooden nickles, a photo booth, games, silent and live auctions
TICKETS: Click HERE for Ticket and Sponsorship Info
FABULOUS AUCTION PRIZES
Speakeasies were developed during a period in American history when prohibition was enacted. Women received the right to vote, aviation was new and silent movies were the rage. There were also gangsters and keystone cops. The 20’s even had its own slang. We intend to play on all of these themes to create a delightful evening. This event will be fun and fast paced with multiple opportunities for guests to participate in fundraising.
This event provides scholarships for women in Tuolumne County to return to school to complete their education or receive training opportunities to advance or change their career path.
It doesn’t take a “Big Spender” to be the “Bee’s Knees” at the TCWN Speakeasy Soirée. We greatly appreciate your support of this event and our scholarship program.