White Elephant Spring Ball Tickets $170 per person sold in tables of 5 or 10
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The White Elephant Spring Ball is just around the corner, and this year we have a challenge for you.
Get behind your herd.
We’ve made a point this year to exclusively support local business in a time when relentless drought has made things tough for everyone.
From the flowers to the lighting, the delicious food and accompanying music, we’ve made it our mission to get behind the herd and we can’t wait.
True to black tie tradition, we want everyone looking and feeling their best, but this year we challenge you to work a little local flair into your look.
Be it a pocket square, some hand-made earrings, a locally designed dress or a nod to native florals, we’re excited to see what you come up with.
Proudly supporting batyr, the White Elephant Spring Ball raises crucial funds for preventative mental health work in our region so dust off your dance shoes and book a babysitter, we can’t wait to see you on the night.
WHEN October 12, 2019. Arrive at 6pm for welcome drinks and a live performance by Hattie Oates, with a 7pm start.
TICKETS are $170 per person and are sold in tables of 5 or 10.
DRESS CODE is black tie with a local twist.
MUSIC will be provided by Hattie Oates on entry, before ball-goers boogie down with Splashpool well into the night.
GUEST SPEAKER is Bernie Shakeshaft, for those who don’t already know about BackTrack and the incredible work Bernie does, he keeps kids alive, out of jail and chasing their dreams. And, it all started just up the road in Armidale.
FOOD will be brought to you by Pronto catering with canapes to start and a main to follow.
OFFICIAL AFTER PARTY will be at The Post Office Hotel, a short walk in heels to enjoy the sweet sounds of the Jimmy Craz Band.
*****PLEASE NOTE: NO DIETARY REQUESTS - We will be serving share plates to the tables and there will be a variety of options available including vegetarian and gluten free options*****
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Your booking fee is supporting
Combating the stigma around mental health