Last chance to enjoy magic of WIRAC Masquerade Charity Ball
TODAY is the last day you can buy a ticket to WIRAC's inaugural Masquerade Charity Ball.
The ball will be held on September 22 at Leslie Dam and raises money for the centre's Aquatic Disability Service and its Cancer Survivors Program.
WIRAC's reception manager Amy Higgins is running the show and reckon the Cancer Survivors Program is a huge help to people in need.
"It's a 12-week program for anyone who has cancer or had cancer in the past three years. We provide them with a personal trainer who puts together an exercise program and runs through that with them,” Ms Higgins said.
The ball is a formal affair.
"A lot of people have taken that as meaning black tie, but we just want people to dress nicely,” Ms Higgins said.
The Black Velvet Jazz Quartet will provide the evening's musical entertainment playing a combination of jazz and rock.
Your ticket will get you a complimentary beverage as you walk through the door along with a three-course meal. "We have a soup to start with then I do believe there's an alternate drop for the main meal with marinated chicken and roast pork, that comes with different choices of sides like roast veggies, garlic lemon beans and that sort of thing.
There'll be prizes for belle of the ball, beau of the ball, best dressed couple and best dancer. Finally, a free bus will take you to an from the venue.
To book a ticket visit warwicktickets.com.au.
Bus Departure Times
Warwick Christian College: 5pm
Westside Shopping Centre: 5.35pm