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Casino Fantastique returns

Submitted by Friends of the Symphony

Casino Fantastique is back for an exciting evening on Friday, Sept. 11, at 6:30 p.m. at the Historic Salisbury Depot.

Funds raised through this event go toward the Symphony’s Youth Music Program and is presented by Friends of the Symphony.

The evening offers casino games including blackjack tables, craps and chuck-a-luk with $2,000 “fun” symphony money, prizes and a silent auction. Josh Moyer of Dichotomy Entertainment provides music for your dancing pleasure and

Mary Berrier of Buttercup Cafe & Catering will serve a delectable buffet. Salisbury Street Artist Joseph Heilig will be available to sketch your portrait.  All gaming fun is provided by Buddy Farnan of Pendragon Productions.

Thanks to our  “Royal Flush” sponsors Cloninger Ford, Pendragon Productions and First United Church of Christ.

Tickets are $55 per person at 704-431-4447 or salisburysymphony.org. Must be 21 to attend. Attire is dressy casual.

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