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2017 PPS Winter Bash: Kings & Queens
February 25, 2017 @ 8:00 pm - February 26, 2017 @ 12:00 am
Hear ye, hear ye! You and a few hundred illustrious lords and ladies are royally invited to the most spectacular party of the year: the Providence Preservation Society Winter Bash 2017. This year's theme is "Kings and Queens," and creative interpretations are encouraged. Feeling regal? Dust off your crown and reign in style. Prefer to rule the stage? From drag queen to Queen of the Stone Age, this is your night!
More details will be revealed soon, so save the date for Saturday, February 25, 2017, and get your tickets early for special savings! Want to save even more and support historic preservation? Join PPS today to save on Bash tickets and more!
2017 PPS WINTER BASH: KINGS & QUEENS
Saturday, February 25, 2017
8:00 pm - 12:00 am
Food stations + cash bar
Music + dancing courtesy of DJ JR with surprise performances throughout the evening.
Early Bird Tickets (through 2/1): $40/ $30 PPS Members
Advance Tickets: $50/ $40 PPS Members
On Site Tickets: $60
VIP Tickets: $100/ $90 PPS Members
Sponsorships with exclusive perks are available. Contact Angela Kondon at 401-831-7440 or email@example.com to inquire.
Stay tuned for more Winter Bash announcements!
Committee Co-Chairs: Kaitlyn Frolich & Emily Greagori
Committee: Caitlin Amirault, Michaela Antunes, Oliver Bennett, Diana Capellan, Jill Carney, Rachel Driver,
Danielle Gaboury, Samantha Gaus, Matt Karimi, Xay Khamsyvoravong, Maria Maidana, Christopher Marsella, Robert Matthews and Jack Renshaw, Pat and Terry Moran, Michael Plourde, Sarah Pumple, Nicole Purcell, John Richard, Molly Romanco, Josh Shields, John Taraborelli, Julie and Mark Van Noppen, Peter Van Noppen
About Providence Preservation Society:
Incorporated on February 20, 1956, PPS was formed to save historic buildings in the College Hill neighborhood from proposed demolition, and remains a relevant force today in advocating city wide for historic preservation, good property stewardship, and thoughtful design and planning.
Banner photo courtesy of Frank Mullin.