Evening in New Albany Presented by New Albany Women’s Network
This event is open to the general public! Non-members welcome! Viva Las Vegas! Join us for a night out on the town as the New Albany Women's Network presents a fabulous Evening in New Albany!
On April 21, 2023, we'll be raising funds for New Albany Neighborhood Bridges as well as the NAWN endowment fund, with a Las Vegas themed extravaganza at the New Albany Country Club that includes a silent auction, casino gaming, music, magician Ace Cunnings and delicious hors d'oeuvres. Your support will make an impact in Central Ohio, as the endowment fund supports local community service projects, our scholarship program, and neighborhood outreach efforts. And with your help, we can also support the work of Neighborhood Bridges, with immediate assistance to students and families in New Albany. So, grab your best Vegas attire (we love an Elvis impersonation), put on your poker face, and we'll see you at the tables! Open to the public.
Non-members welcome! Tickets are $80/person and include 2 drink tickets, hors d'oeuvres and $500 in casino "cash." Current NAWN Members who purchase tickets get an additional $500 in casino "cash" Casino "cash" can be redeemed at the end of the evening for tickets towards raffle prizes. Drink Tickets at the Event will be $6/Ticket 1 Ticket = Wine or Beer 2 Tickets = Cocktail or Wine We encourage attendees to purchase drink tickets prior to the event at a special discounted price! 6 for $33 ($5.50/Ticket) 10 for $50 ($5.00/Ticket) 20 for $90 ($4.50/Ticket)
The New Albany Women's Network (NAWN) is a non-profit 501(c) 3 organization that exists to provide a network for all women who live or work in New Albany to enrich and foster a united community through various social, educational community outreach, and charitable programs.
Want to learn more about New Albany Women's Network and what we do? Visit: https://www.nawn.org/giving
Date and Time
Friday Apr 21, 2023
7:00 PM - 11:30 PM EDT
New Albany Country Club
$80/ticket includes 2 drink tickets, appetizer and $500 casino “cash”