Downtown bash benefits nonprofit helping female ex-convicts reenter society

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. THV – Local nonprofit Hope Rises is holding its second annual Halloween Bash on Oct. 21 at the historic Lafayette Building downtown. This year's party is called A Nightmare on Louisiana Street.
The event will be held from 7 to 11 p.m.
 
Tickets are $50 each through the Hope Rises Facebook page or at the door. Tickets include admission, costume contest, food, beer and wine, music and dancing.
 
The costume party will feature a contest judged by Little Rock real estate agent Tony Curtis and State Representative Vivian Flowers from Pine Bluff. Prizes will be awarded for best individual costume and best couple costume. Master of Ceremonies for the evening is sports talk host Eric Sullivan of 103.7 The Buzz. Catering will be provided by the Dandy Line Kitchen, a social enterprise program of Hope Rises. 
 
Tickets can be purchased for $50 per person online through the Hope Rises Facebook page or at the door. Ticket price includes admission, costume contest, food, beer and wine, music and dancing.
 
Hope Rises offers a comprehensive reentry transitional program to incarcerated and previously incarcerated women to transform their lives and to achieve successful reentry into their communities. The funds raised at the Halloween Bash will be used toward those efforts and to create more pre-release and treatment programming opportunities for women in prison.
 
For more information about Hope Rises visit them on their website or on Facebook
 

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