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Glamour of the Golden Age

Oct 8, 2019 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm


The Glamour of the Golden Age presented by Murano Live Event Series!

Escape to the roaring 1920s in one of Seattle’s swankiest secret venues, The Ruins. Break free from the norm, slip into your glitziest outfit and help celebrate the Glamour of the Golden Age with short film screenings from NW Film Forum.

Afterward, dust off your dance shoes and dance the night away with 1920s jazz ensemble, The Good Co.

This evening will be one that even Jay Gatsby would be envious of with unique craft cocktails curated by master mixologist, Kim Arispe and delectable hors d’oeuvres throughout the night.

Cocktail attire is strongly recommended. Dress to the nines! Twenties-style outfits are encouraged – flapper dresses, suits, etc.

The night is starting at 7pm so be sure to not be late as this will be a night to remember!

Event sponsored by Murano Senior Living, where retirement and luxury playfully mingle. Independent living, assisted living and memory care services. Opening in Seattle’s First Hill neighborhood October 2019.


*All proceeds from ticket sales benefit our non-profit partner, Northwest Film Forum.*


Oct 8, 2019
7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
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Murano Senior Living
(206) 660-0678


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The Ruins
570 Roy St
Seattle, WA 98109 United States
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