FUN, FESTIVALS & FUNDRAISERS IN NOVEMBER 2021
Come support a great cause at The 6th Annual Harvest Moon Masquerade Ball on Friday, November 12th. Enjoy great food, music, a silent auction, and help support your local child advocacy centers. This is a joint fundraiser for the Perry-Jackson Child Advocacy Center and the Franklin Williamson Child Advocacy Center. The Masquerade Ball will be held at Legends at Walker's Bluff with a formal dinner, music, and silent auction. Tickets are $50 and must be pre-purchased. Business casual or formal attire and bring your masquerade mask if you would like!
Both organizations are not-for-profit agencies that serve children birth through age 18 who have been victims of child sexual abuse and/or serious physical abuse. Their mission is to provide a child friendly setting to conduct forensic interviews of child victims and provide the family with support services throughout the abuse investigation. They both work in a multidisciplinary team environment to produce the best outcome for the child victim and their family.
Timeline for the Harvest Moon Masquerade Ball:
6pm: Cocktail Hour with music.
7pm: Formal Dinner Buffet with music.
8:30pm -11pm: DJ, Drinks, Socializing, Dancing & More!
You can purchase tickets online through Paypal (email@example.com) or by calling one of the Advocacy Centers. Sponsorship opportunities are also available!
*Franklin- Williamson Child Advocacy Center at 942-3800
*Perry-Jackson Advocacy Center at 357-299
10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 3rd Marion Elks #800, 204 S. Market St., Marion. Annual chili cook-off with all proceeds benefiting local organizations. (618) 993-3151; marionelks800.com
Come out and support local charities at the 12th Annual Chili Cook Off! Armbands are $10 per adult and $5 per child.
- Harvest Moon Masquerade Ball
The Veterans’ Day Parade will be held on November 11,2021 starting at 11 a.m. The parade will start at Rusty’s at the Anna City Park and proceed West on Davie St. then turn South on Main St. The parade will end at the Anna City Park.
While the Golconda Rotary Club's 59th Annual Pope County Deer Festival might be smaller in 2019, the pageants and parades must go on. This year's Deer Festival Parade, sponsored and organized by Main Street Golconda, will uphold tradition by starting at 2pm on Saturday, November 20th .n