WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- White Plains Performing Arts Center and White Plains YMCA have announced Casino Night to support both White Plains organizations on Saturday, April 9.
Play craps, roulette, blackjack and slots and win great prizes while helping these two White Plains organizations. For those "high rollers," a No-Limit, Texas Hold'em Poker Tournament will also be held.
"We are so excited to be co-hosting this fun, fundraiser with the White Plains Performing Arts Center. It's collaborations like this, between local non-profits, that help bring our community together and make it stronger. Together we can build a better us," said Cindy Rubino, chief executive officer of the YMCA of Central and Northern Westchester.
John J. Ioris, president and chairman of White Plains Performing Arts Center agrees.
"We are excited to join the White Plains Y for an evening of fun and games, but more importantly to raise money for two worthwhile organizations that are helping White Plains to thrive," he said.
This event will be held in the former Legal Seafood Restaurant location at 5 Mamaroneck Ave. in City Center, with drinks and light food beginning at 7 p.m. Casino games are available all evening with the Poker Tournament beginning at 7:30 p.m.
Admission is $100 which includes $200 "funny money" to use at all the casino games and $200 to join the poker tournament.
Tickets can be purchased at their website or by calling 914-328-1600. At the end of the evening, cash in your winning tickets for a chance to win great prizes.
The $200 Poker Tournament admission price includes $2,000 in tickets with the opportunity to re-buy and add-on during the tournament. The winner of the poker tournament wins a cash prize. Sponsorship Opportunities are also available.
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