Major Impact Theater (MIT) will host its third annual Cupid’s Crush dinner/dance fundraiser.
The event benefits MIT, a nonprofit organization that provides theater production opportunities for adults with disabilities.
Join MIT for the fun and festivities on Sunday, Feb. 09, 2020, at the Bella Vida Banquet Hall, Santa Clarita Valley’s beautiful new senior center. Enjoy a seated dinner, cocktails, live music, and dancing, from 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Be inspired to join us in our mission to make an Impact on the everyday lives of adults with disabilities through theater arts, and join us at this year’s event. Bring your friends and family to the party, which promises to be even more fun than the last.
Visit the “Events” section of our website at www.majortheater.org to find out more and purchase your tickets.
The Bella Vida Banquet Hall is located at 27180 Golden Valley Road, Santa Clarita, 91350.
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