Join SixTwelve in the Paseo Arts District for their second annual fundraising event - a spectacular Mardi Gras Ball! Enjoy OKC's first true Mardi Gras experience and support an emerging non-profit.
SixTwelve is dedicated to sharing tools to build a better community, and provides educational eperiences such as a PreK program, an urban farming program, community events and meeting spaces, and a residency exchange with Savannah, Georgia for artists, film makers, writers, chefs, urban farmers and more!
Join us Saturday, February 6th for fun, food provided by Picasso's, live Zydeco music by the great Nathan and the Zydeco Cha-Chas, art, and a whole lot of dancing! White-tie is optional, and masks (and beads!) are strongly encouraged. If you're lacking a mask collection, you can also create a mask at the event.
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We'll see you at the Ball!
VOTE FOR YOUR MARDI GRAS BALL KING AND QUEEN!
Welcome to our Second Annual SixTwelve Mardi Gras Ball (and SixTwelve's first birthday party!) While we are young, we are hoping to plant the seeds for an event that will happen annually for years to come! One aspect of keeping to Mardi Gras tradition is the formation of "krewes" (pronounced "crew.") Mardi Gras krewes not only create floats for parades or throwing parties, some even donate their proceeds to local community charities and causes. This year, thanks to the generosity of Ian and Hailey McDermid of The Pump, and Scott and Kandyce Mitchell of "Mitchell in the Morning," we are establishing the first two SixTwelve Mardi Gras Krewes, with the intent of starting more krewes in the next few years. These groups will not only help raise funding, but will also eventually help us to grow the event to the point of having a parade!
If you love Ian, Hailey, Scott and Kandyce as much as we do, take a moment to vote for the King and Queen you'd like to see wearing the crown. Whoever raises the most funding will be crowned during the SixTwelve Mardi Gras ball on February 6th, 2016!