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Lexington 300th Anniversary Musket Ball
The historic ambience of Cary Memorial Hall awaits your arrival at the Lexington 300th Anniversary Musket Ball Celebration.
Prepare yourself for many unexpected pleasures for your senses. Dressed in blue and gold décor, Cary Hall will be dramatically illuminated as never before. You will be welcomed with champagne, delicate harp melodies, and inviting piano tunes as you walk the red carpet and on into an evening of lights, cameras, and action!
Fine wine, compliments of Berman’s Fine Wine and Spirits, creative bites of early New England fare made exclusively for The Musket Ball by Neillio’s Gourmet Kitchen and Catering, and the amazing sounds of New England ’s best dance band, Joey Scott and The Connection, will delight all who attend.
Rest your dancing feet in the Bird Room where you will be soothed by the celebrated talents of harpist, Aine Minogue, and harpsichordist, Tom Pixton. In the Legion Room, you may be next in line to have your silhouette snipped by artist Ruth Monsell, or pose for a portrait with Zoe Perry-Wood.
The Colonial Quiz, a historically-focused photo presentation, pictures both current and past, and mini-tours of Cary Hall will all be yours to enjoy until The Musket Ball’s very special silent auction begins.
Don’t miss this extraordinary event! There is entertainment for everyone!
Tickets go on sale October 8 at our website and at the Lexington Visitor's Center (cash or checks only at the Visitor's Center
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