If you are experiencing Halloween withdrawal and wish to dress up once again, you are in luck. One of our favorite local businesses, The Mossy Rose, will be hosting their annual Masquerade Ball on Saturday, November 6 from 7pm-midnight at the North Bend Community Center.
This years theme is Fairy Tales…and they ask that you do come in costume!
If you have never experienced this unique and wonderful event, you really must. The evening includes Dancing, Music, Refreshments and Entertainment . Tickets are now $30 each (Ages 18 and over). For more information visit their Facebook Event page.
Here is an excerpt from a post by Crystal Hornsby, a Coos Bay local, who recommends adding The Mossy Rose to your list of places to check out when you are on your next Oregon Coast adventure.
Every year, sometime in October or November, The Mossy Rose puts on a masquerade ball complete with costumes, decorations and really yummy food. I can’t describe how amazing the ball is. The only way to really understand how fantastic it is is to actually attend.
This year, the theme was King Henry the VIII, which included the beheading of Anne Boleyn, complete with an executioner, chopping block, old axe, and a severed head. There was a grand feast for the king and his new queen and all of their guests. There was plenty of entertainment including a live band, choir and the thriller dance. There was also a professional photographer and people could pay to have their pictures taken. Everyone was in costume and a lot of them were made by Stacey, including mine and my husband’s.