You’re invited to our New Year’s Eve Masked Ball!

New Years Ball


Join us for an extraordinary evening of 18th Century Intrigue…

From the moment you enter the Z Club you’ll know that you are in for a very, very special evening!  The ultra-modern design of the facility with its high-style and giant photo murals definitely lets you know that you are in for an extraordinary celebration!

If you didn’t come wearing a mask, you’ll be handed one as you enter – just the first of many gifts that evening!  But we’d love it if you came fully decked out in a masked ball costume!

Yes, this is a night when you can definitely expect the unexpected -- dancers, acrobats, fortune tellers, and even dancing robots!  Plus we’ll have New Year’s Eve celebrations every hour on the hour from 10:00 PM on, because it’s always midnight somewhere!!!!

And oh, the food!  You’ll dine on exquisite fare catered by Nomada, San Miguel’s most innovative restaurant.  And of course there’ll be champagne – lots of champagne, as well as a full bar.

So join us in ringing in the New Year with exciting entertainment, fabulous food, and joyful dancing!

What:  A New Year’s Eve Masked Ball!
Dress:
  Evening attire, masks provided, and costumes encouraged!!!
When:
  Sunday, Dec. 31 beginning at 7:30 PM
Where:
  At Ann King’s magical Z Club, located on Lupita #6.  Valet parking is available!

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Tickets:  Tickets are $150 USD or the Mexican peso equivalent.  No tickets will be sold at the door.

A limited number of reserved tables for ten are available but will go early and must be pre-paid!

To make reservations or purchase tickets, call Lily in the Patronato Pro Niños offices at 152-7796
or email her at lily@patronatoproninos.org.  Major credit cards accepted.

Note: 
Our offices will be closed from Friday, Dec 22 to Tuesday, January 2.  To purchase tickets after Dec 22, call Nory at 121-6969.

Proceeds benefit Patronato Pro Niños de San Miguel de Allende, A.C. the charity that provides medical and dental care to the neediest children in San Miguel.