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2012 ‘Endless Summer’ Barefoot Ball on the beach at MHYC

by Alana Whitting on 28 Mar 2012
Middle Harbour Yacht Club’s annual Barefoot Ball is being held this Friday 30 March, 2012. This year’s theme is ‘Endless Summer’ and guests are encouraged to come dressed in their favourite beach gear and get up or guests can dress in the traditional black tie, board shorts and bare feet.

Guests will arrive at a beach themed bash and be treated to a drink on arrival, canapés and live entertainment from 10 piece big band, the Enormous Horns. There will be dancing on the beach and stalls offering a selection of delicious food including gourmet burgers, nachos, roast vegetable pasta and curry. The party then continues upstairs in the main bar of the Club with a DJ.

There will also be a fantastic lucky door prize of a pamper package gift voucher valued at $200 from The Space Day Spa Manly plus 5 runners up prizes including 50% off vouchers to use on a treatment of your choice.

Date: Friday 30 March, 2012

Time: 7pm

Entertainment: Join us for an ‘Endless Summer’ on the beach at Middle Harbour Yacht Club with 10 piece band, the Enormous Horns. Enjoy fabulous food and dance the night away to the big band in the Sandbar and later to the DJ upstairs.

Lucky door prizes: $200 Sex & the City pampering package from The Space Dap Spa Manly plus 5 runners up prizes including 50% off vouchers.

Price: Members $80
Non Members $85
Groups of 10 or more $80 per person

Ticket price includes: Entertainment, welcome drink on arrival, canapés & supper. Drinks available for purchase at Club prices.

Dress: Beach. (Optional cocktail dress/black tie and boards shorts.)

To book:
P. 9969 1244
E. info@mhyc.com.au
W. www.mhyc.com.au

Location:
Middle Harbour Yacht Club
Lower Parriwi Road
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