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Get your costumes ready and come join us to dance the night away November 2nd while indulging in your favorite treats from our decadent dessert bar! 


Wilson Ballroom

201 S Broad St

Lancaster, OH 43130


Doors will open at 5:00pm and the dancing will start at 6:00pm.


Costumes should be modest, comply with the dress code, and not be extremely: scary; grotesque; or dark in nature. If you might see something similar in a horror movie, don't wear it.

Costumes should also not have hard edges, be cumbersome, prevent you from being able to dance, or potentially cause you to bump into people around you. For example dressing as a rubrics cube with a box around you is not an appropriate costume.

A copy of the full dress code is posted below for your review. Dress code will be enforced.  

If you have a costume that you think might be questionable then please check with us ahead of time. Just text a picture of the costume or something similar to 614-321-9064 and we'll let you know if it's OK.

If you prefer to dress in normal formal attire for the dance and a masquerade mask that is perfectly acceptable. Masks do not need to be worn the entire time.


The dance is for ages 13 and up. If you, as the parent, feel your 12 year old is mature enough we will allow them to come.

Tickets are $20 a piece and will be on sale starting October 16th in person at co-op. You can also paypal your ticket order now to https://www.paypal.me/tlcevent or use the button below. We'll arrange to get the tickets to you or they be at will call for you at the door. 


Please include the attendee's name(s) along with an emergency contact name & number for each ticket with your order. In order to attend the dance you must be homeschooled or the guest of somebody homeschooled.


You can submit any questions with the contact us option at the top of this page and we will email you back at the email address you provide. You can also call/text Rachel @ 614-321-9064.

 

Dress Code


If you are only wearing a masquerade mask then you should dress nicely. No jeans, t-shirts, or overly casual attire. If these pieces of clothing are part of a legitimate costume then they are acceptable.


Clothing can be tastefully form fitting, but not be skin-tight.


Dresses should not have deep V's, sheer panels, show your midriff, or be too low cut.


No mini skirts.


No "short length" tops will be allowed where the midriff would show  (including when arms are extended). 


All writing on attire must be non-offensive to the Christian faith.


Undergarments should not be visible. 


 Costumes should be modest, comply with the rest of the dress code, and not be extremely: scary; grotesque; or dark in nature. If you might see something similar in a horror movie, don't wear it.   


Costumes should also not have hard edges, be cumbersome, prevent you from being able to dance, or potentially cause you to bump into people around you. For example dressing as a rubrics cube with a box around you is not an appropriate costume. 


If you have a costume or outfit that you think might be questionable then please check with us ahead of time. Just text a picture of the item being worn or something similar to 614-321-9064 and we'll let you know if it's OK.