Toledo Opera Guild Hosts Sapphire Speakeasy

. November 3, 2015.
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Gangstas, flappers…any guys and gals up for some fun…are invited to slip through the alleyways to the Sapphire Speakeasy hosted by the Toledo Opera Guild and the notorious Purple Opera Gang.

The event is Saturday, November 14, 2015, from 7-11 p.m. at The Toledo Club , the event features the music of Jamm in the Cotton Club, as well as New Orleans jazz by Ragtime Rick and the Chefs of Dixieland.

There will also be great food and drink…astrology readings by Sue Lovett…live and silent auctions…and a superb wine cellar for pre-holiday shopping. There’s a rumor going around that there may be some arrests during the evening, so guests are urged to bring bail Money so they don’t miss out on any fun. Dress is party casual — or may be inspired by the Roarin’ Twenties Era.

Admission to the Sapphire Speakeasy is $75 per person, or $750 for a reserved table of 10. Reservations can be made at the Brown Paper Tickets website by clicking on www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2070G2G. Or, go to Facebook at ToledoOperaGuild.org.

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