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"Titanic -
The Survivors' Ball"

"It was a brilliant crowd. Jewels flashed from the gowns of the women. The orchestra played popular music.  It was a rare gathering of beautiful women and splendid men.”
(First class passenger, Mrs. Jacques Futrelle)

Ascend the staircase to the domed ballroom.  Be greeted by the Captain and his lady. You are here to enjoy the memory of the most glamorous, most elegant ship afloat, the Titanic.
On Saturday, February 28th, step back in time to the Edwardian era and enter the world of the Survivors' Ball.

Professional caterer, Cindy Madsen, has created a menu of gustatory delight.  As near as possible, a true Edwardian extravagance of seven courses will unveil itself before you.  Entr’actes will entertain.  The Ragtime Waltz Orchestra will play all the “popular music” of the day.  Phil Wilkinson is leading a grand troupe of thirteen. A delectable dessert buffet will tempt you.  This will be the event of the year, and you are invited to flaunt your finery in a sophisticated swirl.



“Inside this floating palace that spring evening in 1912, warmth and lights, the hum of voices, the gay lilt of a German waltz—the unheeding sounds of small world bent on pleasure.” 
(First class passenger, Lady Duff-Gordon)

Tickets will not be sold at the door We must be able to plan in advance for the number of attendees.  There is a maximum, so please reserve early.  The cost is $50 for members, $58 for non-members, and $30 for children under 12 years.  

If you are mailing in your payment, please send your 2009 Membership Form if you are going to join and receive a discount, the reservation form (on which you identify yourself, the number in your party and select an entrée), along with your check for the total number of tickets to:

Janet Worley
c/o C. B. Bain
 1661 East Olive Way
 Seattle, WA 98102


Reservations and payment must be received no later than Friday, February 20, 2009!

When:  Saturday, February 28th, 6:30-10:30    
Where: Epiphany Episcopal Church,
1807 38th Avenue, Seattle, WA
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Dress:  Formal, of course, 1900-1912    
Photo credited to: "Abyla" of Spain.  Photo #1132067
Updated Feb 3, 2009