The 2017 Yule Ball
Noah's of South Jordan
Saturday December 16th 2017 6:00 pm – 11:00 pm
-Dance instruction (waltz) begins at 7:00pm in the upstairs winter ballroom - open to all ticket holders.
-Dance starts at 7:30; upstairs ballroom will have mostly ballroom music, downstairs ballroom will have general popular/dance music
-Magic show and Harry Potter trivia every half hour in the mini theater!
-Owls, snakes, vendors, snacks, and more all night long!
5:45 - Begin dinner check-in
6:00 - Dinner starts
6:45 - Begin dance check-in
Dance instruction in upstairs ballroom
Vendors and Beasts open on second floor
Magic show in theater
7:30 - Dance officially begins in both ballrooms
HP Trivia in theater
8:00 - Magic show in theater
8:30 - HP Trivia in theater
9:00 - Magic show in theater
9:30 - Costume contest in theater
10:00 - Magic show in theater
10:30 - HP Trivia in theater
Bring cash for drinks (this year provided by our caterers). All drink sales go directly to the charity donation. You can expect:
PLEASE NOTE: Due to new restrictions at the Lindon Castle, we have moved our event to Noah’s in South Jordan. Fortunately, this will allow us to have everyone there on the same night and open up an optional full dinner in the Great Hall! (Must select dinner ticket.)
Dress is either formal or costume (or both!)
Open to anyone age 18+
Tickets will be refundable up until Dec 1. Physical or digital tickets will be required at the event for each attendee.
Dinner menu (Slickrock Catering):
Honey Citrus Rotisserie Baked Chicken
Individual sized Shepherd’s Pie
Tilapia with a Mixed Berry Sauce
Sliced Red Potatoes with Butter Sauce
Coblets of Corn
Fresh Green Salad with Ranch Dressing / Raspberry Dressing
(honey butter and jam available)
Ice Water with lemon and limes
Warm Berry Cobbler with Whipped Cream
“The Yule Ball is approaching – an opportunity for us to socialize with our guests. Now, the ball will be open only to 18 years and above. Dress robes will be worn,” Professor McGonagall warns, “and the ball will start at seven-thirty on December the 16th, finishing at eleven o'clock, in the Great Hall. Now then,” Professor McGonagall stares deliberately around, “The Yule Ball is, of course, a chance for us all to – er – let our hair down,” she states, in a disapproving voice. “But that does NOT mean,” demands Professor McGonagall, “that we will be relaxing the standards of behavior we expect from witches and wizards alike. I will be most seriously displeased if a Gryffindor embarrasses the ball in any way.”
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