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Decades Ball: The 1870s

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Join us on Monday, June 2, 2014 to celebrate Lapham’s Quarterly's third annual DECADES BALL, this year featuring the 1870s.

Monday, June 2, 2014 at Gotham Hall
6:00 PM: Cocktails
7:00 PM: Dinner and Entertainment

HONORING
Simon Schama, historian

FEATURING
Maggie Gyllenhaal reading Anna Karenina
Glenn Close and Jonathan Groff singing Pirates of Penzance
Michael Cerveris reading Around the World in 80 Days
Taylor Mac singing Women's Temperance Hymns

Tables and tickets are available now.

Each table seats ten. Your tickets will be available at the door the night of the event.

For more information please contact Laurie Eustis, Development Director, at (212) 590-6875 or laurie@laphamsquarterly.org

Your donation to Lapham’s Quarterly is tax-deductible in accordance with the law. In exchange for goods and services, $200 per seat is non-tax-deductible.

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