Be a Part of the Fun
Take a chance and walk home with an awesome prize. We are hosting two auctions at our anniversary party
A Tricky Tray Auction
for $10 you get a sheet of 25 tickets to be used
to win great prizes… Gift cards to fantastic restaurants, carriage rides,
segway tours, a tablet and more
Young Friends Talent Auction
Committee members are donating their skills and time in a live auction. Bid
on cupcake or craft lessons, party planning services, a photography session,
personal training and more!
Auctions are Cash-Only at the event
You can purchase with a credit card your Tricky tray tickets when you register for the event
Online Registration is closed
but you can still purchase tickets at the door.
Tickets are $30 at the door and you can pay by Cash or Credit.
What really happened during the British occupation
of Philadelphia in 1777?
Were the ghastly crimes of Philadelphia the inspiration
for Edgar Allan Poe’s greatest horror stories?
Do the spirits of the Founding Father’s still roam the streets of Philadelphia?
Find all this out… if you dare at the greatest event to have happened
since the last one we threw!
At this event we will have
Murder Mystery author Cordelia Frances Biddle
and Professional Tarot Presentations by
And why are we doing this you ask… because we are helping the park. That’s right; the Young Friends are raising money to help repair the clock mechanisms inside Independence Hall. A percentage of proceeds from this evening will go to this project. You get to visit a historic house, enjoy a fun night of networking all while doing your civic duty… What could be better?
Make sure to register early! $25 in advance or
$30 at the door (Cash only)
All ages are invited to attend, but please note we will be checking id's as no one under the age of 21 will be served alcohol. Thank You.
We only have one request to make of you... besides to enjoy yourself
Please dress appropriately and wear the proper mourning attire
BLACK, WHITE or GREY only
Hats and masks are encouraged as well
the more theatrical, the better because as William Shakespeare said
"All the world's a stage, and all the men and women merely players..."