Lime is the colour for Masquerade Ball

April 19, 2017 by  

The 2017 Charity Masquerade Ball to raise funds for lymphoma research will be held in Perth, allowing locals, including those in East Perth, to dress up and wear a mask as a disguise.

Many activities are planned to add fun to the evening. Food and drink will be available and additional monies raised through a silent auction and raffles. Door prizes will also be drawn, and each guest will receive a ‘goodie bag’ to take away with them. A photo booth will allow those present to capture a photograph of themselves in their finery.

Organised by Lymphoma Australia, the funds raised from the Ball will be used to subsidise the employment of a Specialist Lymphoma Nurse, working in hospitals throughout Perth, whose role will be to offer support and answering questions and concerns of patients and their families.

Lymphoma Australia is a group of family members and friends of those who are living, or have lived, with lymphoma. Banner printing is likely to be used at such an event as this.

The Masquerade Ball will run from 7:30 pm to 11:30 pm this Saturday, April 22 at the Linton and Kay Gallery on 137 St Georges Terrace in Perth. The dress code is formal but guests are encouraged, if they wish, to include lime colours in recognition of the theme. The event is strictly adults only.