On Sept 27, Maxwelton Braes, Thyme Cuisine and the Ellie Helm Foundation will host its second annual casino night in the lodge hall. Together with Casino Events, the evening will be a night of Black Jack, Craps, Poker and Roulette for a good cause.
For one night, Maxwelton Braes will be transformed into a 1920s speakeasy casino. With table-side servers in era-dress, the night will be reminiscent of the low lit back rooms of yester year. Attendees are also encouraged to dress to theme, with prizes for the best dressed.
A special snack menu and wine toss will also be featured and the evening will be capped off with music and dancing with DJ Hope Reyes.
And, in true speak-easy form, those who pre-purchase tickets will receive a text message with the password that admits them into a hidden whiskey experience.
Cost is $25 in advance and $30 at the door. Ticket includes admission, start up cash and bar snacks with food available for purchase.
For more info and tickets, visit: doorcountytickets.com
ABOUT THE ELLIE HELM FOUNDATION:
Started in 2017, the Ellie Helm Foundation was created to ensure that Ellie’s legacy of helping others lives on. The foundation in Ellie’s name to supports the causes and programs that she was so passionate about including; educational opportunities and positive life skills development for youth, promoting awareness of depression and preventing suicide among young adults and bringing joy, meaningful connections and social engagement to the elderly. The Ellie Helm Foundation is a component fund of the Door County Community Foundation, Inc., a 501(c)(3) public charity. Hence, all contributions are deductible to the fullest extent as allowed by law. elliehelmfoundation.org