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Halloween fun to scare and entertain at Club Banora

Event organiser Danielle Thompson (Right) and friend Connie Patch in their ball gowns outside the Tuscany Room at Club Banora. Photo Brianna James/ Daily News
Event organiser Danielle Thompson (Right) and friend Connie Patch in their ball gowns outside the Tuscany Room at Club Banora. Photo Brianna James/ Daily News Brianna James

DRESS up in your most ghoulish gowns and spooky suits this Halloween for a night of tricks and treats at Club Banora.

Club Banora will host a Black Halloween Masquerade Ball in the Tuscany room on Saturday, November 3.

Tweed resident Danielle Thompson organised the event for some fun and says she may organise a Valentines Day event depending on its success.

"I usually do an annual Halloween party with my family but they were all busy so I decided to make it a public event this year," she said.

"If all goes well with this event we may plan a Valentines Day Ball next year for singles."

Ms Thompson said she was expecting a big turnout at the event.

"Currently 51 people have purchased pre booked tickets and tickets are available at the door," she said.

"I'm hoping for about 70 or 80 people to attend."

Tickets are $15 each and include canapés, unlimited lollies, live entertainment and lucky door prizes on the night.

For more information contact Danielle on 0415 450 754.

Topics:  halloween



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