Mardi Gras Celebration

Saturday, February 4, 2017, 6:30pm -11:00pm
Windows On The River in The Powerhouse
2000 Sycamore Street, Cleveland, OH 44113

Join us for a night of music, merriment, and masquerade that has become the signature event of the year! This event includes a performance by the North Coast Men’s Chorus, superb Bourbon Street cuisine, a live and silent auction, and a French Quarter wall with a top prize of $500! The event will benefit the North Coast Men’s Chorus and its Youth Outreach Program. 2017 honorees are the The Music Settlement and KinShip.

King Rex’s Table – $1,500
($1100 tax deductible contribution. Includes recognition in program, table signage, name in all publicity & Auction Sponsor)

Chief Zulu’s Table – $1,250
($850 tax deductible contribution. Includes recognition in program, table signage, name in all publicity & Dessert Sponsor)

Twelfth Night Table – $1000
($600 tax deductible contribution. Includes recognition in program, table signage & Mask Wall Sponsor)

King’s Court Table – $750
($350 tax deductible contribution. Includes recognition in program & table signage)

Single Tickets – $65

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ABOUT OUR CHARITY BENEFICIARIES

print_tms_logo_2016The Music Settlement

A hidden gem of University Circle, The Music Settlement offers music therapy, early childhood education, and music instruction to people of all ages and levels of experience in Greater Cleveland and Northeast Ohio. The mission of The Music Settlement is to create a community where artistic expression belongs to everyone by serving those who seek personal growth through the arts.

Founded by Almeda Adams in 1912 as part of the Settlement movement and featuring a campus that includes the 1910 Burke Mansion and the BOP STOP nightclub in Ohio City, The Music Settlement is a community where artistic expression belongs to everyone.

kinship-logoKinShip

Located in Erie County, KinShip is a Supervised Parenting Center focused on the prevention of child abuse and neglect while providing support, guidance and assistance to families who have experienced some type of trauma, such as divorce, abuse, domestic violence, neglect, separation or child custody issues.

We provide all services in a non-threatening homelike child-friendly environment,
which is one of our distinguishing characteristics among local agencies.  We provide supervised visitation, and supervised exchanges.   Sometimes, these services are court ordered, sometimes people are referred from children services, or self referred. It is always about connecting children with their non custodial parents in a safe environment.  KinShip was founded in 2000, and has grown to where we are serving upwards of 170 families a month.  Many of our clients do not have the funds to pay.  We rely heavily upon the support of local foundations and churches as well as individual donations.  KinShip is most grateful for this opportunity with the North Coast Men’s Chorus.