THE LONG ISLAND ELITE PRESENTS ITS 16TH ANNUAL FUNDRAISING EVENT:
“MOULIN ROUGE MASQUERADE”
Thursday, October 21, 2021, 6:30 PM at Oheka Castle.
As always, this will not be your typical charity event. Inspired by the theatrical grandeur and the timely message “Truth, Beauty, Freedom, and Love”, this year’s theme comes from the glamorous & fantastical world of the iconic movie Moulin Rouge.
The infamous Moulin Rouge was opened in Paris in 1889. The aim of its founders was to bring together men and women of all walks of life. From artists and ordinary folk to the middle class and the wealthy, everyone was equal when they walked through the doors to enjoy the spectacular entertainment, most notably the French Can Can. This message of community and welcomeness is so important to this event and reflects part of the mission of the Long Island Elite.
We hope you will join us as we transport you into the enchanting and seductive world of turn of the century Paris filled with delight, diversion, and, of course, dancing.
The evening will also include passed hors d’oeuvres, cocktails, a lavish display of food, Oheka Castle’s famous dessert room, live music, entertainment, and prizes. Attire is Black Tie/Costume Optional and guests are encouraged to dress in the theme of the event.