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Masquerade Ball

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The Chase County Victorian Dance Society's annual MASQUERADE BALL. Costume is encouraged, but not required. We'll dance to Live Music with a Live Caller. Refreshments available by contribution. Clean, soft-soled shoes for dancing, please. The Emma Chase Cafe offers a special pre-dance dinner by reservation only, (620) 273-6020. First Saturday in October.

Masquerade Ball

Address : Emma Chase Music Hall, 220 1/2 Broadway, Cottonwood Falls Cottonwood Falls KS
Phone : (620) 273-6020   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : Adults $8.00; youth $4.00; children under 10 free

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