Red Hills Pagan Council Presents “Magic in the Movies”

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Don your Halloween glamour, stroll down the red carpet and smile for the cameras at the 15th Annual Witches’ Ball, “Magic in the Movies!” This year’s Ball, sponsored by the Red Hills Pagan Council (RHPC), will be Saturday, October 10, 2015 at the American Legion Hall, 229 Lake Ella Drive, from 8PM to 12:30AM.

Lose yourself in celluloid dreams with iconic images of stardom, from Bela Lugosi to Bette Midler. And you just might get some “terrible thrills” – all for a good cause! Over the past four years, the RHPC has forged a beneficial alliance with Tallahassee Big Dog Rescue, a non-profit organization which36428_138017366216496_578341_n is dedicated to the rescue of dogs (and cats!) from abuse, abandonment or other dire circumstances, and placing them in caring, adoptive homes. Continuing this partnership, a portion of the Ball’s proceeds will be donated to support the work of Tallahassee Big Dog Rescue. Representatives from Big Dog will be on hand at the Ball to answer questions about their program and adoptions. For more information, go to www.bigdogrescue.com

Headlining this year is local favorite, Public Address, a three-piece rock band with a wide range of very danceable musical offerings, including current hits as well as old classics. The evening’s festivities will also include all the fun you’ve come to expect: 50-50 drawing, psychic readers, silent auction and a “clandestine” costume contest – anonymous judges roam the room and hand out prizes to adults and children. Additional entertainment will be provided by Arabian Flair, a modern belly dance company that provides a variety of artful and sophisticated dance entertainment, from classic Middle Eastern to contemporary belly dance.

Light fare will be provided inside the Legion Hall. For those with Brando-sized appetites, chef Rebecca Kelly’s Street Chefs food truck will be outside.

Doors open at 8PM. Tickets are $13 at the door; $10 in advance at Athena’s Garden in Railroad Square; Stone Age in the Centre of Tallahassee; and online at www.redhillspagans.org. Children under 12 are free!

Don’t forget to use our #2015WitchesBall! And visit us on Facebook at:
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Red-Hills-Pagan-Council/165164070181634

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