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Black Cat Ball
Friday from 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM CDT
The "Black Cat Ball" is an upscale Halloween party-style fundraiser for the Street Cats Club. All money raised from this event will improve the lives of homeless cats throughout Lyon County, Kansas.
This year's event occurs on Friday, October 13, 2023. Attendees will enjoy a catered dinner, dessert, bar with signature cocktails, photo booth, music, dancing, and more at the historic Granada Theatre in downtown Emporia, KS.
What can you expect at this year's event:
Costumes are strongly encouraged. Otherwise, attendees are asked to wear cocktail attire.
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM | VIP Reception - SOLD OUT
A VIP Reception will kick off the evening, offering attendees early access to the bar, gourmet hor d'oeuvres, and exclusive time with some of the Street Cats Club foster cats before the rest of the crowd arrives. VIP tickets are $75/each and include two drink tickets plus everything listed in the description above.
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM | Main Event
Enjoy an evening of spooky entertainment, dinner, dancing, drinking, and more, all taking place inside the stunning Granada Theatre in downtown Emporia, KS. Dance the night away to music by Turner Premier Events. Dine on a delicious dinner and desserts catered by Chi Em Eats. Sample one of our signature spooky drinks. Coming in costume? Take home $100 CASH by winning the costume contest. Finally, there will be plenty of scary activities for you to take in throughout the night, including a haunted tour, opportunities to win prizes, and a photo booth to capture all the memories. Main Event tickets are $50/each and include two drink tickets plus everything listed in the description above.
The Street Cats Club is improving the lives of stray cats throughout the Lyon County, KS area by controlling and reducing the growth of the community cat population through sterilization via trap/neuter/return, providing foster care for sick, injured, or orphaned stray cats, and supporting colony caretakers with resources and supplies. Each year, they spay/neuter more than 500 stray cats.