3rd Annual Gala Di Mistero set for April 5th
Feb. 28 2019

3rd Annual Gala Di Mistero set for April 5th

Masquerade Ball 2019 theme, “Atlantis: Adventure Under the Sea”
Benefits The Neighborhood Center

UTICA, NY…Celebrate with a mysterious and intriguing evening, “Gala Di Mistero,” 7 p.m. Friday, April 5th at Yahnundasis, New Hartford NY. This year the theme is a masquerade ball in Atlantis – Adventure Under the Sea.

The evening, a benefit for The Neighborhood Center in Utica, will consist of heavy hors d’oeuvres and food prepared by a local culinary master with an open bar serving signature libations. As guests mingle with other masked guests they will experience and participate with the mystery of Illusionist Shaun Robison, the acrobatic artistry of the famous CirqOvation Performers, dancing to the sounds of Last Left and other unexpected revelries. Entertainment sponsored by Strategic Financial Services.

The Neighborhood Center Executive Director, Sandra Soroka said; “We are excited for the 3rd year of this annual event, which will transport guests to Atlantis. We have created an imaginative, unique and fun evening for people to be truly entertained. I believe it has become a premier event in the Mohawk Valley AND benefits the youth programs of the Neighborhood Center.”

Gala Di Mistero is a 21 and over, black tie-and-masks-preferred event with exciting fundraisers and silent auctions. Tickets are $125 per person.

For more information, visit the Gala Di Mistero website; GalaDiMistero.com
or contact Sabrina Lamie at 315-272-2619, email; SabrinaL@neighborhoodctr.org.

The Neighborhood Center is a comprehensive Human Services Agency in Central New York. All Services are based on a philosophy of empowerment – Helping people to help themselves. Our mission is to enrich the lives of individuals and families through cooperative opportunities, resources, and advocacy which embrace diversity, promote empowerment, and foster responsible citizenship. For more information about The Neighborhood Center and its services go to www.Neighborhoodctr.org