Mark your calendars for North Manchester’s most memorable night out on the town. Manchester Main Street’s (MMS) 4th annual “Light Up The Town” Holiday Gala will be held on Saturday, December 5, from 5:30 – 11pm. This progressive dinner event will feature specialty treats from North Manchester’s finest restaurants, bars and entertainers. Two historic venues will be transformed into holiday splendor, and filled with live music, dancing and silent auction treasures. Attendance is limited for this exclusive event, so be sure to reserve your space now. Discounted “Early Bird” tickets will be available through November 1. The registration deadline is November 15.
The night begins in elegance, with hors d’oeuvres, cocktails and modern Tudor decor, at the stately Tall Oaks. Take a scenic tour of the magnificent holiday lighting along Main Street’s historic streetscape in the Wabash County Trolley No. 85. Then, head over to the Reahard Home to visit with friends and enjoy white linen fine dining, delicious entrees, complementary beverages, luscious desserts, choice liqueurs and infectious dancing. Savor memories new and old, and, be sure to indulge in your chance to win rare silent auction finds. This unique evening of refinement and fun in celebration of MMS’ 2015 accomplishments promises to be one party you won’t want to miss!
$40 “Early Bird” and $45 regular priced individual tickets are available at the MMS office in the Chamber building (109 N. Market Street) or CLICK HERE to download a Gala brochure. MMS members’ discounted tickets are $35. $250-$750 event sponsorships, which include Gala tickets, can also be purchased. Silent auction donations can be directed to Susan Manwaring at 260-982-6720 or firstname.lastname@example.org. All Gala proceeds will support MMS and its 2016 town improvement projects. Like us on Facebook for all the latest Gala event details. For more information, visit MMS’ website, call us at 260-982-7644 email@example.com.
Manchester Main Street seeks to stimulate revitalization of downtown North Manchester through economic development and historic preservation.