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Samba Rio Dance 2/19/11

In Chester CT Events on February 18, 2011 at 11:57 am

Celebrate BRAYCE’s Fifth Annual Samba Rio Benefit Dance

 

When: On Saturday, February 19, 2011.

Where: St. Joseph’s Parish Center, opposite 48 Middlesex Avenue (Route 154) Chester, Connecticut. Doors open at 7:30 p.m.

Scroll down to find information (em Ingles e Portuguese) on ticket prices, buy tickets, directions to the Benefit Dance, and much more. m Ingles e Portuguese

 

The Event:

Samba Rio is the ultimate kick-off party for the Chester Winter Carnivale. Catch that Brazilian beat with Trinity Samba, the José Paulo Brazilian Group and learn samba dance moves with exotic Brazilian performer, Quenia.

The theme this year is Flora and Fauna. Come in costume or mask, if desired. Prizes will be awarded for the best masks, costumes, and samba dancing. Masks can be purchased at The Hammered Edge in Chester Center, or they can be purchased at the Dance.

Those who want to make their own masks or headdresses can find mask forms, accessories, ornaments, and other supplies at The Hammered Edge. Click here to view The Hammered Edge web page.

If you want a professional costume, Goodspeed Costume Rentals (www.goodspeed.org/rentals) has an extensive and eclectic costume inventory. Discounts are available to Samba Rio ticketholders.

Characters & Costumes at 260 River Street, Guilford (203-453-6036) Click here to view Characters & Costumes also offers a discount on costume rentals.

Complimentary Brazilian food and one beverage (including Brazil’s world-famous Caipirinha cocktails, made from scratch) are included in the ticket price. 1 bebida complentario no preco

The event features a (click on fabulous)) Fabulous Silent Auction, which will include Red Sox and New York theatre tickets, boat trips, artwork, a luxury beach house in Morocco, gourmet dining, charming primitive paintings and ethnic items from Brazil, and the opportunity to mark an unforgettable evening with a photograph taken by Diane Sobolewski from Goodspeed.

(cash bar and, sorry, the regulations rule out BYOB)

Ticketing:

Tickets are $45 in advance, $50 at the door. Bilhetes $45 adiantado, $50 ao porta.

For groups of eight or more ordering online the ticket price is $35 per person (complimentary beverage not included). Purchase your tickets now and tell your friends – get a group together

Comprar bilhetes aqui e avisar suas amigos! Bilhetes estao somente $35 por pessoa por grupos de 8 ou mais (sem bebida complimentado).

For students/estudantes with ID: $25 online or at the door. be sure to bring your student ID with you! $25 online ou ao porto.Traga seu cartao estudante!

We will hold the tickets for you at the door – Vamos guardar suas bilhetes ao porta. Obrigado.

When you select the type of tickets you want, click on the Buy Now button. It is not necessary to log in to Paypal with a PayPal account. Just click on the credit card logos on the lower left corner and choose the second option Pay with Credit card.
E bem seguro. Para usar cartao credito, nao e necessario login a Paypal com uma conta – somente clique abaixar e choisir o segunda opcao – VISA, Master Card etc. Problemas? Ligar Richard ao (860) 526 2374 ou (860) 575 8969.

Tickets are available at www.brayce.org, or by check in the mail to BRAYCE, P.O. Box 100, Chester, CT06412.

Tickets will also be available at:      The Hammered Edge, Chester Center (526-1654)

The Ivory Pub, Deep River (526-2528)

Aegean Treasures, Essex (767-1688)

The Bowerbird, Old Lyme (434-3562)

KC’s, Old Saybrook (388-2008)

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  1. This looks like a super event! I have only been to one or two Brazillian event here in Austin,TX. I could go for some Samba and amazing food!

    I work with events and great organizations just like this all the time. I noticed that they have sort of a complex registration process for tickets for the event. My website http://www.ticketbud.com allows any event host to spend 5 minutes setting up their event, promote on many different mediums, sell tickets online and manage all of the sales and guest information for future marketing purposes and avoid needless per-ticket fees that other services throw on you. I love making events, especially ones with a lot of culture preservation and awareness, more efficient for the host and painless for the guest.

    Thanks for promoting this wonderful event!

    John

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