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Fireworks and Fun for the Candlelight Ball

fireworksWednesday, July 23rd

Columbia Yacht Club


Come celebrate Food, Fireworks and Fun at our Candlelight Ball Kick-off event at Columbia Yacht Club. Tickets are $45 per person and children 12 and under are FREE.

Each ticket includes one drink ticket, BBQ themed food, access to the s'mores bar and waterfront viewing of the Navy Pier fireworks. Cash bar available, water and soft drinks included.

Tickets are now available at the door only.

Don't miss out on your raffle ticket for the Caribbean Vacation Package:

Tickets $100 | Call 312-660-1344 | Email Amanda

Get your ticket for a 7-night Caribbean Cruise for two in a veranda stateroom with Celebrity Crusies. Airfare will be included.

Terms and Conditions:

Travel to take place between November 2014 - April 2015. Cruise winner is responsible for all taxes and fees, including but not limited to, security fees, visa fees, & passport fees associated with prize receipt and/or use. Transfers to/from ship & trip insurance are not included. All cruises are subject to availability, not valid during holidays, peak dates, or special events. Winner and travel companion must travel at the same time on the same itinerary. Contact Cruise Holidays of Chicago to book your Celebrity Cruise. Sailing must commence prior to the expiration date listed (May 1, 2015). This certificate is valid for new bookings only and cannot be used for existing bookings. This prize may not be bartered, sold, or exchanged for cash. Transfers must be approved by sponsors. No guest under 21 will be booked in a stateroom unless accompanied by an adult 25 years or older, except for married couples sailing together. Except where prohibited, winner and travel companion will be required to sign a publicity release prior to traveling. Additional restrictions and conditions including blackout periods may apply.

Save The Date for the next Candlelight Ball:

November 8, 2014 | The Ritz-Carlton, Chicago | Tickets on sale this Fall