Fri 11/1: Coral Gables Young Associates 3rd Annual Party on the Plaza

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Friday, November 1, 2013



During this enchanting evening of masked revelry, exhibits from local artists Miguel Paredes and Alex Mijares will transform the terrace of the Coral Gables Museum into an outdoor gallery filled with music and mystery. Enjoy complimentary Bacardi cocktails, LIQs premium mixed shots, Hatuey beer and bites from local favorites such as Eating House, Swine, Morton’s Steakhouse and more while DJ Blaze Carreras hits the turntables for a truly unforgettable evening.

Don your most sultry disguise or be one of the first 300 guests to arrive and receive a complimentary masquerade mask upon arrival. Sweep your date to the dance floor or mix and mingle with beautiful strangers while a special dance performance by Stephanie Mas and rhythmic accompaniment from Carlos Saballos and Javier Rosales delight the senses.

The night will be full of surprises, so guests are encouraged to capture their memories in a themed, commemorative photo booth to make the magic last long after midnight. Tickets are $40 in advance or $50 at the door and all proceeds benefit the Coral Gables Museum. 

This is the third year the Young Associates will host Party on the Plaza on behalf of the Coral Gables Museum. The event is expected to raise over $50,000, with more than 750 guests in attendance. Additional artwork from Ruben Millares, Kiki Valdes, Victor Alarcon, Gaudi Castro, Michael Halley, Cynthia Fleishmann and Natessa Amin throughout the Museum for the duration of the month.

Tickets to this year’s event are $40 in advance or $50 at the door and can be purchased here: http://bit.ly/1fHZNsY.

Coral Gables Museum
The Coral Gables Museum celebrates the civic arts of architecture, city planning, landscape architecture, historic and environmental preservation and history-the elements that define Coral Gables. It is a private, not for profit 501.c.3 Corporation.

Young Associates
The Young Associates is a new forum for like-minded young professionals and art enthusiasts under age 40 to connect with peers while supporting the Coral Gables Museum and the greater Miami community through civic and social events.

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