FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: February 4, 2022
The State Theater, Gallery on Gazebo and Vision Together 2025 will be hosting a Mardi Gras Gala at The Mirage Banquet Hall on February 26, 2022. The evening will commence with a cash bar and appetizers served at 5 p.m. followed by a dinner buffet at 6 p.m.
Band of Brothers will provide the fortune teller and other performing artists for the evening. Live entertainment from Jazz in Your Face Dixieland Band will fill the room for your dancing and dining pleasure. Attire for the evening is as you like it, Mardi Gras dress. The donation for the event is $60 per person and can be purchased https://statetheaterjohnstown.ticketleap.com/mardi-gras-gala/. Reservations are limited, so don’t hesitate.
Gallery on Gazebo began as Vision Together 2025 Capture Teams and quickly blossomed into their own non-profit entity. Capture Teams are smaller subdivisions of Vision Together 2025. These groups are comprised of passionate people working together to achieve a specific goal in support of Vision and its strategic plan. The State Theater of Johnstown is a proud partner of Vision Together 2025 and the Gallery on Gazebo and believes this joint relationship will continue to benefit all three organizations in the future.
Rosemary Pawlowski, Volunteer Coordinator of Gallery on Gazebo, says, “Gallery on Gazebo is so excited to be working in collaboration with two other successful nonprofits. Before Covid 2020, the Gallery staged a very successful Mardi Gras Gala. Working with these other two entities will only double or triple the success we achieve this year. I am looking forward to this continued collaboration.”
Eric Reighard, Executive Director of The State Theater of Johnstown, adds, “Our Mardi Gras Gala is a great opportunity for the community to support three local nonprofits committed to making a difference in the Johnstown region. As we continue the upgrades on The State Theater, we are always looking for new ways to collaborate with local organizations that will benefit both us and the local residents. We are very thankful for the continued community support and look forward to it in the future.”