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South Jordan Journal

Masks Not Included

Feb 27, 2015 03:24PM ● By Shawna Meyer
Daybreak and South Jordan residents who like dressing up and dancing can enjoy a night out at this year’s Masquerade Ball on Saturday, March 7 from 7-9 p.m. at the Daybreak Community Center, 4544 Harvest Moon Drive. 

Tickets for the night are $15 per person, and they can be purchased at the Daybreak Community Center.

“It is a night for couples, friends and partners to come out and have a good time, a nice meal and dancing,” LiveDaybreak events Coordinator Wendi Pettett said.

Although it’s not required, Pettett strongly encourages everybody who attends to wear a masquerade mask because there will be prizes awarded throughout the night to those with the coolest masks. The prizes haven’t been totally decided on yet, but they’ll likely be gift cards.

There will also be a dinner catered by Brown Brothers, a local catering service. Pettett says that even though the menu isn’t finalized yet, it will be delicious, and there are choices that will hopefully please everybody.

When attendees enter the dance, they will be presented with a large Hurricane glass.

“People can fill their Hurricane glasses with as much candy from the candy bar as they can fit,” Pettett said.

Utah Jive has been hired to provide entertainment for the night. They will provide a DJ and a photo booth for people to enjoy.

A dance instructor will be present at the Daybreak Community Center around 6:30 p.m. to offer free dance lessons before the festivities begin. 

“It’s a very inexpensive ticket for a great night of a lot of fun things,” Pettett said.