Columbia 21st Black and White Ball Weekend – Friday 8.2 thru Sunday 8.4.2019 – Various Columbia locations

When:
August 2, 2019 – August 4, 2019 all-day
2019-08-02T00:00:00-05:00
2019-08-05T00:00:00-05:00
Cost:
$60
Contact:
Bill Thompson
(573) 673-7969

Tickets can be purchased from May Hall, Frank Gardner, Dave Turner, Fran Tibbs, Velma Buckner, Bill Thompson and Alma Tapp. The cost $60.00 and covers Friday reception at Douglass, Ball on Saturday Night and the Family Picnic in Douglass on Sunday.

Schedule:

Friday:        Welcome Reception Douglass High School Tour of the building-6-8 pm

Saturday:    Parade begins at 10:15 am – From The Armory at 7th and Ash.
Parade route: Ash to Garth Ave,North on Garth To Worley, East on Worley to 5th Street,
South on 5th to Park, East on Park to Armory parking lot where the parade ends.

Black & White Ball- 8 pm to 1 am Kimball Ballroom,Stephens College

Sunday:   Church on your own. Picnic begins at 1pm. Food will be served until 4pm, with your Ball tickets

Nora Stewart will have an open house for Alums and their families on Friday from 1 to 6pm.
The Blind Boone Home will be open for tours following the parade, Saturday from Noon to 3pm.
Parks & Recreation will have Coolin ‘Down with the Blues, Featuring J Monet , Kansas City Street Band and another Special guest Sunday from 3-7pm

Looking forward to a great weekend with lots of people coming back home to enjoy a beautiful and peaceful weekend. For more info check the Black and White Ball Columbia on FB.

https://www.facebook.com/Black-White-Ball-Columbia-Missouri-254818418381/

William ‘Bill’ Thompson
206 North Garth Avenue
Columbia, Mo 65203
573–673-7969

 

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