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Win Big at NEF’s Monte Carlo Night in Newburyport

Monte Carlo Night, NEF Newburyport

By popular demand, the NEF’s Texas Hold’em Poker Tournament has expanded into Monte Carlo Night that will also include casino games. The event will be held on Friday, March 9th from 7 PM-11 PM at the Newburyport Senior Community Center.  Whether you are hitting the Blackjack tables, rolling the dice at Craps, spinning the wheel at Roulette or going ALL IN for the Texas Hold’em Tournament, you do not want to miss Monte Carlo Night.

Monte Carlo Night will feature a variety of tables games and a poker tournament, both with professional dealers. Additionally, new players are welcomed and encouraged to learn how to play games like Blackjack, Craps, and Roulette at the tables.  All tickets will include access to the event, hors d’oeuvres and cash bar.

  • Texas Hold’em Tournament Ticket ($125) – includes entrance into the Texas Hold’em Tournament and casino chips for table games.  Only 100 seats available!
  • Casino Games Ticket ($75) – includes casino chips for table games ONLY (no Texas Hold’em).

Everyone will have a chance to win great prizes, regardless of what you play and how well you play.  Prizes will be awarded to the top 5 Texas Hold’em Tournament finishers, while casino game chips will be exchanged for raffle tickets that can be used to win fantastic items.

Cocktail Attire is encouraged (Black Tie Optional) to embody the fun, flirty, and elegant essence of Monte Carlo.  A special prize will also be given out for Best Dressed Couple.

This is the perfect opportunity for a well deserved night out and an opportunity to support important educational initiatives funded by the NEF, Newburyport Educational Foundation. Confirm the sitter and purchase your tickets now!

The Newburyport Educational Foundation is a non-profit organization created to offset the financial pressures put on the Newburyport School System. These pressures include rising operating costs because of government mandates, technology needs and rising special education costs.

The inequity between government funds and costs is a result of the per-pupil spending goal from the Education Reform Act of 1993 and rising school costs. Without help meeting these costs, the school system is reducing services. The Newburyport Educational Foundation’s main goal is to raise funds especially to finance programs that might not get money from the government.

 

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