Ghost Light Society Soirée 2015Posted on: October 10th, 2015 by SoFlaNights.com
Saturday, October 10, 8pm-11pm – Parker Playhouse, 707 NE 8th Street, Fort Lauderdale
Ghost Light Society hosted their sixth annual “Ghost Light Society Soirée: Havana Nights!” to benefit the arts-in-education programs at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts. Guests enjoyed an evening filled with the sights and sounds of Cuba, including delicious fare, premium cocktails at an open bar, live entertainment, and dancing at the Parker Playhouse in Fort Lauderdale.
The mission of the Ghost Light Society is to engage and inspire a new generation of patrons to take an active role in promoting, celebrating and supporting the performing arts. To date, the annual Ghost Light Society Soiree has raised more than $175,000 to support the Broward Center’s innovative, award-winning arts-in-education programs that engage more than 150,000 students in the community each year and enable them to learn in effective and creative ways.
“The Ghost Light Society is thrilled to support and shine a ‘light’ on the incredible arts-in-education programming and events available for children of all ages at the Broward Center,” said event co-chair Shayna Freyman of GrayRobinson. Event sponsors to date include Akerman LLP, Chase Bank, GrayRobinson, City Furniture, Merrimac Ventures and Sun Trust Bank.
Ghost Light Society was founded in January 2009 to engage and inspire a new generation of patrons to take an active role in promoting, celebrating and supporting the performing arts. The target audience for this group is up-and-coming community leaders between the ages of 25–45. The Ghost Light Society offers a variety of exclusive benefits for members, including access to pre-sale tickets, specialized networking events and educational opportunities, while raising critical funds to support the Broward Center’s arts-in-education programs.
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