St. Sylvester---New Year’s Eve Party
December 31, 2016—January 1, 2017
8:00 P.M.—1:00 A.M.
Dance in the New Year Eat, Drink, and Make Merry
The Best Swing, Waltz, and Other Ballroom Music Ever Recorded
The Best Live Piano Music in the City
All 18 years or younger come for free.
All ages, including infants, are welcome.
Parents, come and enjoy yourselves for once!
There are two possible adult prices. Either bring all your own food and drink and give us a free will offering for the hall rental and the music, or send us $25 per head to provide for the hall rental, music, and everything else aside from alcohol: set-ups for drinks, magnificent breads, biscuits, cold meats, pâtés, cheeses, and pastries.
Bring anything else you wish, but especially your own wine, beer & liquor.
Alcoholic beverages are not included and must be provided by attendees.
Checks made out to the Roman Forum
R.S.V.P. By December 30th, 2016
The Roman Forum
11 Carmine St., Apt. 2C
New York, New York 10014
Church of Our Lady of Pompeii
Church Hall Entrance on Bleecker Street, just off Carmine Street
A, B, C, D, E, F, M trains to West 4th Street; 1 train to Christopher Street
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