SixTwelve's Fourth Annual Mardi Gras Ball Fundraiser

Please join us on February 3rd, 2018 at the Tower Theater OKC for our Fourth Annual SixTwelve Mardi Gras Ball! This is our main fundraising event for the year. Enjoy OKC's true Mardi Gras experience and support a non-profit that is all about giving to the OKC community.

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SixTwelve is dedicated to our mission of  "Sharing Tools to Build a Better Community," and provides educational experiences such as a PreK program, The Young School, ASAP (After School Adventure Program), an urban farming program, community events and meeting spaces, and a residency exchange with Savannah, Georgia for artists, film makers, musicians, dancers, writers, chefs, urban farmers and more!

Join us Saturday, February 3rd, 2018 from 8-11pm for fun, food provided by Picasso's, live music by the great the New Breed Brass Band, art, and a whole lot of dancing! White-tie is optional, and masks (and beads!) are strongly encouraged.  

Vote for your Fourth Annual SixTwelve Mardi Gras King and Queen OR King and King Here

This year we are so lucky to have two couples that are passionate about Oklahoma City, the arts, local, healthy food and building community! They are generously donating their time to help us raise funds by being King and Queen OR King and King candidates for our ball! Please take a moment to vote for your favorite candidate by donating today! The couple that raises the most funds for SixTwleve will be crowned during the Fourth Annual Mardi Gras Ball on February 3rd, 2018. We'd love for your to be there for the crowning, so you may also purchase your tickets above!

SixTwelve is a 501c3 nonprofit, so all donations are tax deductible!

Laura and Laurent Massenat love the Oklahoma City community fiercely and they show it through everything they do! Laura is the co-founder of Factory Obscura and partner at Elemental Coffee. She currently serves on the Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition Board, Ralph Ellison Foundation Board, Midtown Association Board and the OKCPS Wellness Committee. She is into people, delicious food and beverage, local everything, grassroots movements, supporting the arts, promoting health. Laurent is also co-founder of Factory Obscura and an engineer known for creative solutions at his firm Obelisk Engineering. He applies his talent to such things as keeping stairs from falling on innocent heads and designing foundations for public art, but also more visible public works like the SkyDance Bridge and the Scissortail Park in downtown OKC.  He’s into math homework and moving his body through space on bicycles or up rock walls. 

Laura and Laurent Massenat love the Oklahoma City community fiercely and they show it through everything they do! Laura is the co-founder of Factory Obscura and partner at Elemental Coffee. She currently serves on the Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition Board, Ralph Ellison Foundation Board, Midtown Association Board and the OKCPS Wellness Committee. She is into people, delicious food and beverage, local everything, grassroots movements, supporting the arts, promoting health. Laurent is also co-founder of Factory Obscura and an engineer known for creative solutions at his firm Obelisk Engineering. He applies his talent to such things as keeping stairs from falling on innocent heads and designing foundations for public art, but also more visible public works like the SkyDance Bridge and the Scissortail Park in downtown OKC.  He’s into math homework and moving his body through space on bicycles or up rock walls. 

Donate to vote for Laura and Laurent Massenat!
photo by: Josh "Jabberpics" Branstetter After a military career outside of Oklahoma, Braden Hisey and Scott Bartel returned to their home state a few years ago to be close to family and friends, and finally put down roots. Scott is the sous-chef at Provision Kitchen, a locally owned restaurant focusing on healthy, mindful eating. Scott also teaches yoga at This Land Yoga and Hidden Dragon Yoga, and invites you to his classes.  After the military, Braden spent a couple years in the oil & gas industry before recently deciding to pursue a different career path. Braden is also a volunteer with CASA, an organization advocating for abused and neglected children. If you haven’t heard, Amy Young and Braden Hisey were square dance partners in the second grade and have been friends ever since. Scott and Braden love SixTwelve for the unique space and activities it offers to the community for children and adults.  They are thrilled to be nominated for your 2018 Kings and ask that you vote for them by clicking here to donate!

photo by: Josh "Jabberpics" Branstetter

After a military career outside of Oklahoma, Braden Hisey and Scott Bartel returned to their home state a few years ago to be close to family and friends, and finally put down roots. Scott is the sous-chef at Provision Kitchen, a locally owned restaurant focusing on healthy, mindful eating. Scott also teaches yoga at This Land Yoga and Hidden Dragon Yoga, and invites you to his classes.  After the military, Braden spent a couple years in the oil & gas industry before recently deciding to pursue a different career path. Braden is also a volunteer with CASA, an organization advocating for abused and neglected children. If you haven’t heard, Amy Young and Braden Hisey were square dance partners in the second grade and have been friends ever since. Scott and Braden love SixTwelve for the unique space and activities it offers to the community for children and adults.  They are thrilled to be nominated for your 2018 Kings and ask that you vote for them by clicking here to donate!

Donate to vote for braden and scott hisey-bartell!

 

Sponsorship Opportunities for the 2018 SixTwelve Mardi Gras Ball

 

REx Krewe (Presenting) event sponsor - $5,000

  • Two tables of 8 seats (16 complimentary tickets)
  • Recognition on all signage - print and electronic
  • Inclusion on all social media advertisement
  • Name or logo displayed on website for one year   

Queen krewe table sponsor - $2,500

  • One table of 8 seats (8 complimentary tickets)
  • Recognition on all signage - print and electronic
  • Inclusion on all social media advertisement
  • Name or logo displayed on website for one year

community krewe - $1,000

  • Two complimentary tickets
  • Recognition on all signage - print and electronic
  • Name or logo displayed on website for one year

Sixtwelve krewe - $500

  • Two complimentary tickets
  • Recognition on all signage - print and electronic
Click Here to become a 2018 SixTwelve Mardi Gras Ball Sponsor