Industry Halloween Party on Monday, October 17th
The Orlando chapter of the FMPTA has joined forces with the Orlando chapter of the UFTA and the local FAB ACTion group to host an exciting "VOODOO TO DO" Halloween Party. The party will take place on Monday, October 17th from 7pm - 11pm at the Orlando Improv Comedy Club & Restaurant in downtown Orlando. This event will be sponsored in part by Power 95.3 FM and they'll have a vehicle on site broadcasting live at the Improv with personnel giving away prizes.
All three of these organizations are banding together to celebrate Halloween, but also to raise money for the hurricane victims of Katrina and Rita. 100% of the profits will go to the American Red Cross to help the victims of these two devastating storms.
There will be a large number of people in the entertainment industry attending, but this festive event will also be open to the public (anyone 21 and up). There will be costume contests with prizes, Voodoo dolls and games, and screenings of locally produced horror film trailers including Stephen Shea's "Hoodoo for Voodoo"! Throughout the evening, there will be ghost stories from the Orlando Haunting Ghost Tour and the Orange County Library and displays from Universal Studios. On hand that evening will also be professional film & tv make up artists who will be able to give guests a new face or just add some scary accents. Returning from last year's event and back by popular demand, will be the "Wolfman" DJ spinning records. A cash bar and great food specials will be available.
The Improv Comedy Club & Restaurant is located at 129 West Church Street (on the corner of Church and Garland Avenue) in downtown Orlando. For more info visit www.orlandoimprov.com. There is garage parking available nearby and metered parking underneath I-4. The door charge for this entire event is just $5! If you can not make the function, but would like to make a $5 donation to help The American Red Cross, please call Nia North at (407) 361-0662. There is a flyer for the event at www.fmpta-orlando.org.
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