On Sept. 21, Maxwelton Braes, Thyme Cuisine, and the Ellie Helm Foundation will host its first casino night. The evening is a night of blackjack, craps, poker and roulette for a good cause. For one night, Maxwelton Braes will transform into a 1920s speakeasy casino. With table-side servers in era dress, the night is reminiscent of the low-lit back rooms of yesteryear. Attendees are also encouraged to dress to theme, with prizes for the best dressed.
Doors open at 6 pm with the night starting at 7 pm. Tickets are $25 in advance or $30 at the door, including admission, start-up cash and bar snacks. For more information and to buy tickets visit DoorCountyTickets.com.
The Ellie Helm Foundation supports the causes and programs that she was so passionate about including educational opportunities and positive life skills development for youth; promoting awareness of depression and preventing suicide among young adults; and bringing joy, meaningful connections and social engagement to the elderly.