SOMNIATIS II - Wearable Art Fashion Show & Silent Auction

Saturday, October 29, 2016 - 7:00pm to 10:00pm

SOMNIATIS I I - WEARABLE ART FASHION SHOW AND SILENT AUCTION
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2016, AT CASINO RAMA RESORT

PRESENTED BY THE ORILLIA MUSEUM OF ART & HISTORY AND CASINO RAMA RESORT

Tickets are $50 each for general admission seating.

VIP tickets are $100 each, which will entitle you to a front row seat plus a gift bag.

Under the artistic direction of Ruth Germain, over 200 local artists, designers, models, hair stylists, make-up artists, poets, musicians and photographers are collaborating on this show and donating their time and talents in support of the Orillia Museum of Art & History.

Doors to Rama Hall will open at 7pm.  Cash bar and silent auction preview in Rama Hall.  There are 75 items available for viewing at the silent auction.  The silent auction will close 10 minutes after the show ends.  We will accept cash, debit or credit for silent auction items.

Only VIP seating is reserved. Each VIP (front row) seat will have the ticket holder's name on it.

The show is in two acts.  The first act will begin at 7:30pm.

There is one intermission that will feature a dessert bar and cash bar.  There will be a live photo shoot with Peter Stranks as well as bidding on silent auction items. 

THANK YOU TO THE FOLLOWING SPONSORS & SUPPORTERS:

Casino Rama Resort 
Davenport KIA 
Davenport Subaru 
Georgian Bay Printers 
Marci Csumrik 
Studio Eleven Orillia 
Effigy Design 
Impression House 
KnightVision Photo & Video


CASINO RAMA RESORT:
Operating since July 31, 1996, Casino Rama Resort is Ontario's only First Nations commercial casino and has earned a reputation for presenting exclusive world-class sporting, entertainment & television events. The Casino offers a complete entertainment experience with over 2,500 slot machines, more than 110 gaming tables, 8 unique restaurants, a world-class 5,000 seat Entertainment Centre, and a 300-room all-suite, full-service hotel, featuring spa and health club facilities. Through the Casino Rama Cares program the resort is dedicated to continuing its rich history of community support by being an outstanding corporate neighbour; providing year-round support through a combination of charitable giving and employee volunteerism. Casino Rama Resort is operated by Penn National Gaming, Inc.