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Enjoy an Unforgettable Night at the Huntington Ball, Sept. 6

 

Celebrating The Huntington Renaissance: 26 years of transformation and achievement under the leadership of Robert A. Skotheim and Steven S. Koblik

The Huntington Ball

Steve and Kerstin Koblik invite you to join us for this year’s Huntington Ball, a black tie gala under the starlight set against the dramatic backdrop of the Mansion. Supporters and friends will join together for drinks, dinner, and dancing to celebrate The Huntington’s renaissance. The East lawn will be transformed for this one special night by colorful lanterns, cabana lounges, stunning florals, and a décor wall, all perched on a white floor that will cover the expanse of the party. You have never before seen The Huntington quite like this!

 

Make your reservation now. Your support of this event benefits research and educational programs at The Huntington. Tickets are $1000 each, or $500 for Society of Fellows donors. Tables are also available. For more information, contact Rosa Langley, or call 626-405-2144.

 

7 p.m. - Cocktails, South Terrace of the Huntington Art Gallery

8 p.m. - Dinner and Dancing, East Lawn

 

Dinner by Estate Catering at The Huntington | Music by Wayne Foster Entertainment | Florals by Jacob Maarse | Black Tie

Enter through the Allen gate | Valet Parking

 

View images from last year's ball

 


The Huntington BallMake your reservation online now, or order by phone: 626-405-2144.

Individual: $1,000 Individual tickets at $1000 each
($850 is tax deductible)
   
Society of Fellows: $500 Individual tickets at $500 each 
(Society of Fellows donors only.
$350 is tax deductible.
Enter Fellows no. at checkout)
   
Society of Fellows: $500 Donation/not attending
(Fully tax deductible) 

 

Tables are also available. For more information contact Rosa Langley or call 626-405-2144. 

 

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About The Huntington

The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens is a collections-based research and educational institution established in 1919 by Henry E. and Arabella Huntington. Henry Huntington, a key figure in the...

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