Thursday, February 23, 2012

Greek American Foundation Hosts Masquerade Ball at Blackstone in the Sloop

On Saturday, February 25, 2012, the Greek American Foundation is hosting it’s first ever Venetian blue masquerade ball at the Blackstone Renaissance Hotel to raise funds for the Hellenic Legacy Scholarship Endowment Fund. The festivities include music by DJ John Grammatis and live performances by Paul Psarras and Margarita. This Greek ball would not be complete without the opportunity to win prizes at a carnival casino, as well as enjoy an open bar and hors d'oeuvres from 8pm-1:00am.

For this event, your finest Venetian attire, black tie, and masks are requested. There will be a grand prize of $1,000 for the best mask, so don’t hold back and go for the gold! All event proceeds go to the Hellenic Legacy Scholarship Endowment Fund.

General Admission/Open Seating - $250.00
Open bar and hors d'oeuvres all night
Complimentary casino chip

VIP Lounge Seating/Seating for 10 - $5000.00
Open bar and hors d'oeuvres all night
Complimentary casino chips for everyone at your table
Reduced valet parking available at the Blackstone for guests of the Blue Masque Ball

For more information - click here.


Clarissa Earl said...

If any Sloopin readers attend this event we'd love to hear how about your experience!

Anonymous said...

eh-- no we wouldnt

Anonymous said...

had the most amazing time... so many local celebrities... Anna Davlantes, Kim Vatis, Lou Canellis, the Fasseas family from PAWS, the Greek bishop... it was a local star-studded event... and kick-butt desserts donated by the TV show ladies from DC Cupcakes!!

Anonymous said...

Great event. They had local celebs like Anna Davlantes, Lou Canellis, Susanna Negovan from Michigan Avenue Magazine, Kim Vatis, Paula Fasseas from PAWS Chicago, and the list goes on. The evening was filled with dancing, live music, a casino, silent auction venetian actors and aerial acrobats in the ballroom of the Blackstone hotel. Wonderful evening for a wonderful cause.

Anonymous said...


A party full of D-list greeks? Pass