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Toga Party hosted by Ace's High

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Event# 580-336-9051

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Hey guys! It's your favorite mixoligist(bartender)! It's a great time of year to host a Toga party.(TOGA! TOGA! TOGA!)

Who wouldn't want to see me in a skimpy little toga?

All costume wearers will recieve $1 draws from 7pm-Midnight. Prizes will be given to the best and worst toga AND, IF all goes well, we will have a wet toga contest(But no promises, guys!)

The idea of a toga party is not meant to be a greek theme, but an exercise in debaucherous overindulgence.

Drink specials will be $5 Nectar of the Gods and shot specials will be the $3 Shot of Youth.

Strip your bed sheets, grab your safety pins and olive branches, and meet me at Ace's High In Perry October 22. Phome - (580) 336 - 9051

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Toga Party hosted by Ace's High

Address : 306 6th Street Perry OK
Phone : 580-336-9051   (Always call and confirm events.)

Admission Fee : Free

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