Tuesday, May 11, 2010

HUB Ballroom Tribute Dance

Since the HUB Ballroom Exhibit opened at the Princeville Heritage Museum in March, the response has been outstanding. Visitors from all over Central Illinois have visited the museum to take a step back in time and remember the HUB Ballroom in its heyday.
Now the museum is excited to announce the HUB Ballroom Tribute Dance on Saturday, May 22. Many visitors to the HUB Exhibit mentioned how much fun it would be to have a dance at the museum to celebrate the history of the HUB.
So the date is set, the band is hired and tickets for this tribute dance are on sale. Eldon Hirstein’s Band Senior Moments will treat museum guests to Big Band, Latin and 40’s dance music.
The Princeville Lion’s Club will be grilling out for the event. Pork Chop and Ribeye Sandwiches along with all the fixings will be for sale from 4pm to 7pm. The museum will be selling souvenir HUB T-shirts and souvenir HUB booklets.
Tickets are $12 per person and $10 for museum members (museum members must purchase tickets at museum to receive discount). Tickets are available at Princeville Heritage Museum, Princeville State Bank and on-line at http://www.princevilleheritagemuseum.com/. Tickets are limited, so purchase your tickets early.
Schedule of events:
Doors Open at 4pm
HUB Ballroom Exhibit 4 to 9pm
Lion’s Club Grille Open 4 to 7pm
HUB BallroomTribute Dance 6 to 9pm

1 comment:

Monica Bremer said...

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