Love Lives Here Membership Dinner: A Masquerade Ball!
For immediate release
November 3, 2017
For more information:
Cherilyn DeVries, firstname.lastname@example.org
Love Lives Here Membership Dinner
6pm on Saturday, November 4
Northridge Lutheran Church, gymnasium
323 Northridge Dr., Kalispell
Tickets $10 each
Love Lives Here knows that the one part of the resistance to discrimination and hate is to throw parties! At 6pm, November 4 at the Northridge Lutheran Church in Kalispell, friends and members of Love Lives Here will gather to celebrate a year of events and connections that hold us together as a community.
The keynote speaker is Mariah Gladstone, a food sovereignty advocate, a 2017 Champion for Change from the Center for Native American Youth at the Aspen Institute. She will be speaking on ways that people in the Flathead can be better allies to Native American Indians.
Our special guest is Eric Stern, Senior Advisor to the Governor and Deputy Secretary of State. He will be speaking on the efforts of Governor Bullock's administration to reduce discrimination throughout Montana.
Music will be provided by The Crown of the Continent Choir, a 50+ member community group that sings for fun -- and for social justice, environmental stewardship, and community service, and by The Irish Session, a close-knit group of local musicians playing traditional Irish music that includes flutes, whistles, dulcimer, mandolin and more.
Raffles and silent auctions will be going on throughout the night as a fundraiser for Love Lives Here.
Tickets are available for $10 at the door or online at this link. If you’re purchasing online, just make a donation for the number of tickets you‘d like ($20 for 2 tickets, for example).