An Evening For Autism 2020
For the first time EVER, we are opening registration to our NEXT Evening for Autism Event EARLY. This early registration will help us to help even more local Autism families this holiday season. As an extra incentive, we are offering a limited time early registration discount. You could save up to 40% off per ticket! So, yes! You AND your family are invited to join us on February 8th, 2020 in the Columbia River Ballroom at the Embassy Suites by Hilton Portland Washington Square for another evening of entertainment and join the effort to support ARROAutism Family Holiday Assistance Project.We are continuing with our romantic sci-fi themed event. If you're into cosplay (PG13 rated), by all means - bring one to wear! In years past we have had Star Wars Oregon here, Portland Superheroes Coalition, and Cosplay Characters. Who knows - you might sit with Darth Vader at the craps table, a Jedi at the roulette table, or I Am GROOT, I Am Groot. Maybe try your luck at blackjack with a Stormtrooper, or see who wins between Captain America and Supergirl!Tickets are $25 each per person 18 and over, $10 per person 17 and under. Your ticket gets you $100 in currency for the Monte Carlo games, hors d'oeuvres, dinner (buffet style), dessert and photo booth pic. A full cash bar will be set up. Lots of free parking, too! Lots of prizes to win by raffle and auction. Use your chip winnings to enter the raffle. Kids 5 and under are free, but do not get gaming chips. Instead, we have other ways for them to play - like a facepainter, and maybe even pictures with Belle, or Strawberry Shortcake! And, of course, you'll have plenty of great photo opportunities for the kids with the other characters, too! =) For those prepared to go the extra mile for local Autism families, we have the Master tickets, which give you everything the regular tickets provide, PLUS a total of $500 in gaming currency .Get your tickets now, then check our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/AnEveningForAutism/ for more details and other important announcements about An Evening for Autism 2020! FAQs Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event? This event is for all ages. ID will be required to purchase drinks (obviously 21 and over.) Wait? Kids are welcome? Yes! Once again, you AND your kids are welcome! We believe EVERYONE needs a chance to get out and enjoy themselves in a friendly, supportive envirornment. What are my transport/parking options getting to the event? There is plenty of free onsite parking, and Tri-Met has buses that stop at the Washington Square Station and on the street out front. Of course, Taxi's, Lyft, Uber and other ride sharing options will also get you to and from the event.
9000 Southwest Washington Square Road