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May 12, 2018, Saturday - Havana Nights at Day Block Brewing

Time: 7pm - 11pm

Location: Day Block Event Center, 1103 Washington Avenue S

Havana Nights hosted by Junior League of Minneapolis

Escape to our little slice of the Caribbean for a night of music, dancing, and philanthropy.

Regular Ticket: $110/each
Your ticket includes:
* Full bar with a complimentary drink ticket courtesy of Sara & Bill Ray 
* Heavy hors d’oeuvres
* Entertainment from Adagio Djay Entertainment 
* Photo booth + props from Jodie A. Eilen Photography
* Cigar rolling from International Cigars 
* Hair Styling from Tayler & Jaimie of TC2 Salon 
* Tropical flower to compliment your vintage Cuban inspired attire courtesy of Lovett Farms! 
* Latin dance lessons from DeMure Dance
* A full service coffee table with complimentary coffee drinks + espresso from Nespresso
* One (1) unlimited month of cycling at Torque Cycling
* An Uber/ Lyft code from Eilen & Sons Trucking will be giving
* A copy of The Scout Guide Minneapolis
* Plus awesome live and silent auction packages to choose from!
*…click interested or going for weekly updates!!!

The Junior League of Minneapolis is celebrating our 94th year! Proceeds from this fundraiser support our community projects, which are focused on addressing the underlying issues that contribute to the achievement gap in Minneapolis. More information on these projects can be found at