What promises to be one of the most glamourous nights of the season, this Thursday, the elegant Bronfman Hall at the Royal Ontario Museum will be void of little ones on school visits and instead filled with over 500 sleek and stylish guests of the Business for the Arts “Arnold Party” gala.
Named after the Arnold Edinborough Award, the annual party is a celebration of young volunteers in the arts. The 2010 award recipient, Mélanie Joly of Montreal, is the event’s guest of honour.
Canadian media icon and funny-woman, Hilary Doyle, will act as MC for the event as well as preview her new show Stock & Awe (soon to launch on the Business News Network, this year’s Arnold Party new media sponsor).
In true 60’s style, cocktails and hors d’oeuvres will be served as guests survey the crowd for a glimpse of the night’s celebrities and more importantly, to find their very own John Hamm or Christina Hendricks.
Get your tickets now and then all you have to worry about is what 60’s inspired drink you’re going to have at the party. So will it be a Dirty Martini or a Brandy Alexander?
For tickets and more information visit: businessforthearts.org and click on The Arnold Party
About Business for the Arts
Formed in 1974, Business for the Arts (BftA) is a national non-profit business association dedicated to increasing the quantity and quality of partnerships between Business and the Arts through a cohesive set of programs that foster and promote business leadership in the Arts, facilitate funding relationships and connect business volunteers to the Arts. BftA is committed to enhancing the quality of life in Canadian communities by increasing private sector support of the arts. For more information, visit businessforthearts.org.