Casa Loma is 100 years old and the Kiwanis Club of Casa Loma is bringing back the roaring 20’s, where Latin, Ballroom and Swing took center stage, to this historically famous castle on Tuesday December 13. Come prepared to enjoy a night of cha cha, jive, salsa, rumba, merengue, bachata, waltz and the foxtrot under the Casa Loma glitter of the 1920’s!
The night will start off with cocktail reception in the Grand Hall, followed by a sumptuous gourmet dinner and live entertainment. Professional ballroom & latin dancers and Opera Star Ursula Ivonoffski will perform. Following dinner, the entire ground floor of the Castle will open up for dancing into the small hours of the night. There will also be a late night buffet served.
Highlights of the evening will include:
- Dinner & Dance Soiree
- Cocktail Reception
- Flapper Girls
- Gourmet Cuisine
- Professional Dance Performances
- Meet Santa Clause
- Raffle Prizes, Live Auction
- Opera Star Singer
- AND Dance…Dance…Dance
Proceeds from this charitable event will go towards the Kiwanis Music Festival and their scholarship program for underprivileged children.
About Casa Loma
Watch the video below to learn some quick facts about Toronto’s famous Castle.
About the Kiwanis Club of Casa Loma
Founded in 1921, the Kiwanis Club of Casa Loma is nationally recognized for saving Sir Henry Pellatt’s magnificent Casa Loma in the year 1937, and restoring the castle through a management agreement with the City of Toronto.
Dedicated to enriching the lives of the younger generation by creating various extracurricular programs and offering opportunities to optimize their skills, Kiwanis runs activities promoting health and education and encourages leadership and service among youth. In pursuit of the latter goal, Kiwanis sponsors about 7,000 youth service clubs with nearly 320,000 youth members.
Thanks to many supporters and hard working volunteers, Kiwanis has been able to support music programs at various schools throughout the GTA.