Habitat for Humanity of Southwest Utah invites all to New Year’s Eve party at Red Cliffs Mall

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ST. GEORGE Join Habitat for Humanity of Southwest Utah for a New Year’s Eve to remember during the organization’s first ever “Ball at the Mall” at Red Cliffs Mall Monday night.

Habitat for Humanity of Southwest Utah is hosting a “Ball at the Mall” New Year’s Eve party Dec. 31, 2018 | Image courtesy of Habitat for Humanity of Southwest Utah, St. George News

The party will feature live music and dancing with Enoch Rising and karaoke with DJ Spinz. There will also be appetizers, a cash bar, a diamond dig, casino games and a silent auction as partygoers count down to a champagne toast and balloon drop at midnight.

“The games include playing all your favorite Las Vegas table games right here in Southern Utah, including Black Jack, Craps, Texas Hold ‘Em and Roulette. Of course we don’t play with money, but it is still fun to win,” Lil Barron, Habitat for Humanity of Southwest Utah development director, said in a press release.

Proceeds from the party will go to support Habitat for Humanity in its mission to help people in Washington County secure a safe, affordable and stable place to live.

Guests must be 21 or older with ID. Dress is black tie to semiformal attire. Tickets may be purchased online at HabitatSWU.org or at the ReStore in St. George, 835 S. Bluff Street.

For more information, contact Lil Barron at 435-674-7669 or email community@habitatswu.org.

Event details

  • What: “Ball at the Mall” New Year’s Eve party.
  • When: Monday, Dec. 31, from 7:30 p.m. to 1 a.m.
  • Where: Red Cliffs Mall, 1770 Red Cliffs Drive, St. George.
  • Cost: $49 prior, $99 at the door. Advanced tickets may be purchased online or at the ReStore in St. George, 835 S. Bluff Street.

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9 Comments

  • tcrider December 23, 2018 at 8:14 am

    50 bucks in advance, a cash bar and semi formal, you bet
    this a should be a real big hit, who in their right mind thinks
    this is gona work?

    • tcrider December 23, 2018 at 8:17 am

      Maybe if 25 bucks free bar and no formal,
      Then maybe a smaller crowd.

  • tcrider December 23, 2018 at 8:21 am

    also, get rid the pretend vegas bs,
    get rid of the live band and get a
    quality sound system with larger
    variety of music.

  • An actual Independent December 23, 2018 at 10:48 am

    What is it about FUNDRAISER that Southern Utah doesn’t understand? It’s about having a good time while CONTRIBUTING, not about how much you can leach out of it for yourself. I’ve seen so many charity auction items held back here because nobody will place a minimum bid that it’s ridiculous. And people think they can take a tax deduction when they pay $25 for a $250 item.

    • iceplant December 23, 2018 at 11:03 am

      This is So. Utah. If there’s one irrefutable fact about this place, it’s this: Utahns are cheap. Especially when it comes to money.

      • Comment December 23, 2018 at 12:01 pm

        it’s true. the only thing they aren’t cheap about is the number of wives they accumulate. I’m content with just 1. It’s actually all I can handle.

        LOL

        • KR567 December 23, 2018 at 12:28 pm

          another chance to show your hatred and bigotry eh ?

      • tcrider December 23, 2018 at 12:13 pm

        I can totally understand the purpose of the event,
        its just the way they do it. Way too Pollyanna for me.

  • Comment December 23, 2018 at 2:50 pm

    If I show up in a t-shirt and jeans are they going to decline my 100 bucks?

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