CASDA Holds Behind the Mask Gala

December 31, 2017 11:19 PM

CASDA held their 9th annual Behind the Mask Gala on Sunday night at Barker's Island Inn.

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It is a New Year's Eve masquerade gala to provide services and support to victims and survivors of domestic violence in the Northland.

"Seeing the community come out and support us continuously is a huge thank you on our part," said Kelly Burger, CASDA Executive Director. "We could not do the work we do and provide the services and programs that we do without the community coming out," Burger said. 

The event features live music from local band, Traction, a silent auction, a signature drink, wine toss, mask contest, and a balloon drop.

Formal, masquerade attire is strongly encouraged, but not required. Guests can bring their own mask, or acquire one at the event while supplies last. 

Tickets are $50 in advance and $60 at the door.  



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