June 30 2017 (MONTROSE, CO) – MuuMuu’s, loud prints, sailor uniforms, and the sweet summer chords of the ukulele, just another summer night in Montrose, right?
Not quite, but Habitat for Humanity of the San Juans does intend to make August 19, their 5th Annual Moonshiner’s Ball, one of the most memorable nights of the year with their theme Vintage Aloha!
Each year the organization hosts a new spin on their Moonshiner theme and invite the entire community to eat, drink, dance and support their mission to build and repair homes in the region.
The Moonshiner’s Ball, sponsored by Bank of Colorado, will feature gourmet cuisine by Yellow Carrot, a silent auction, music and authentic Polynesian dancing and music by Denver based Kalama Polynesian Dancers, a live auction variety show, and a full bar!
“Think 1920’s Hawaiian Luau and prepare to have your coconuts shaking and grass skirts swinging, because this will be the bee’s knees gathering of the season,” said Habitat Executive Director, Colleen Burke.
The Moonshiner’s Ball is Habitat for Humanity of the San Juans biggest fundraiser of the year. Proceeds benefit the locally owned and operated affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International. The organization serves Montrose, Ouray and San Miguel counties and is currently planning new construction on triplexes in both Montrose and Ridgway, which will bring their total new home construction to 58 homes since 1991.
Tickets are available for purchase at the ReStore or here. This event will sell out.