Karnevale is a fun-filled evening with an annual theme. Through ticket sales and sponsorship, we raise funds for our Education Department. This year’s theme? Peace, Love & Rock ‘N Roll!
Saturday, April 17 @ 6:00pm
Individual Tickets: $60/ person
Tables: $360 / table of 6 (table seating limited to 6 for social distancing)
ticket sales available until 9pm on April 14thCLICK TO PURCHASE YOUR SEATS NOW!
• Heavy hors d’oeuvres of the era by Bistro Express
• Cocktail lounge and casino
• Live entertainment, music, dancing, costumes… even a hula hoop contest!
• Silent and live auction items
• Live artist demonstrations
• Student and children’s artwork gallery
• 2 drink tickets included with your ticket + 5 casino chips
• Additional drink tickets and casino chips can be purchased for $5 each
• Casino chips will be cashed in for every $100 won in the Casino. You will then receive an entry ticket for the grand casino prize!
Casino Prize: You Choose a Weekend Getaway or Staycay!
• 2 Night Hotel Stay (Wyndham, Hilton, Hyatt or Marriott Hotel Properties) & a $100 Reward Card – Sponsored by KAUZ Newschannel 6
• Flight and aerial tour of Wichita Falls and Possum Kingdom Lake to Stephenville, TX and lunch for 2 at the Hard Eight Barbeque – Sponsored by Kristin & H.P.- Schuele
• Horseshoe Bend Cellars Wine & Cheese Basket
Must be present to win. Drawing will be held at 9:30pm on Saturday, April 17th.
Check out our Silent Auction online and preview before the evening of Karnevale or help support us if you cannot attend this year!
CLICK TO CHECK OUT THE SILENT AUCTION!
Silent Auction will be open online Wednesday, April 14th at 10am and closes Saturday, April 17th at 9:30pm
Questions? Please contact Kristen at email@example.com or (940) 767-2787.
Just some of the FREE activities and education events that Karnevale supported in 2020:
• Studio Saturday
• Field Trips both on and off location
• Virtual Tours
• Region 9 Distance Learning
• “Camp on the Go” for regional non-profits
In addition, The Kemp provides monthly Virtual Tour field trips in conjunction with Region 9. These live-action, fully interactive virtual tours allow kids throughout the region to participate in fields trips they otherwise wouldn’t have an opportunity to experience. Kids can ask questions of the presenters during the tours via video feed and the entire tour is recorded for viewing by classes that didn’t have an opportunity to participate in the live-action experience.