You are formally invited to:
The 2nd Annual Black and White Gala
Hosted by The Center Orlando and John Michael Events
October 19th, 2013
6:30PM (VIP) / 8:00 (General)
The Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Community Center of Central Florida promotes and empowers individuals and groups through information, education, advocacy, and support.
We are here to transform our community by inspiring and connecting people, promoting acceptance and inclusion, and empowering individuals to achieve their potential.
To be able to continue our mission and see our vision come to fulfillment in 2014, we need YOU! You are the lifeblood of the GLBT Community Center. This year we are hosting the 2nd Annual Black and White Gala, and we want you to come celebrate with us! Please consider coming to the gala on October 19th, 2013. We have a ton of fun surprises planned for a wonderful evening.
Thank you for taking the time to consider attending, and please purchase a ticket online today! Tickets are for sale here!
VIP Ticket Holders
- VIP is SOLD OUT!
The 2nd Annual Black & White Gala plans are coming together! We will have a Red Carpet Photo Area, a shaved ice adult bar, an espresso bar, full bars for adult beverages thanks to Parliament House, a great food spread thanks to John Michaels Events, a fortune teller, living tables manned by some of Orlando's hottest, Vegas style showgirls, live music all night long, and incredible prizes you can win in our Silent Auction! All proceeds go to supporting the Center Orlando - come out and celebrate with us on all we have accomplished in 2013, and find out what we are planning for 2014!
Come party, come celebrate, and come meet your community!
This is the Center's largest event of the year with all proceeds going to benefit the Center's operations and services.
We made this event so that we can all get together to realize just how much progress we are making each and every day together to become fully equal - this year it was DOMA, what will it be next year?
- Dress up, dress down, in jeans or a gown, it doesn’t really matter as long as it is Black or White.