Friends of the Powerhouse to hold ‘Casino Night’

Friends of the Powerhouse will present “Casino Night” Feb. 4 at the Powerhouse in Del Mar. Back by popular demand, this event includes dinner by Jake’s Restaurant, casino tables, music and dancing with a Live Auction conducted by Joe Harper and Pat Vergne, The fun filled night begins at 6 p.m. and ends at 10 p.m., dress is casual.

Tickets to the event are $60 each. Please reserve by Jan. 27, tickets are limited. Call 858-755-1641. Additional information can be found at FriendsofthePowerhouse.org.

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1 Comment for “Friends of the Powerhouse to hold ‘Casino Night’”

  1. This is a super fun event … and helps support our community. Get your tickets!

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