The Paterson Allyn Williams Science Hub is pleased to present the Masked Ball slash Dance Party via Zoom.
Date: Saturday 21 August 2021
Time: Starts at 7.00pm
Venue: Your place
In the Old Normal there were Masked Balls held in Dungog, with food, and drink, and dancing and comedy and prizes and fabulous masks and costumes.
Welcome to the New Normal. This year it’s at your place – we’re having an online Masked Ball slash Dance Party via Zoom. You provide your own food, drink, dancing, fabulous masks and costumes (and toiletry facilities), and we’ll provide the music, the laughs, the prizes, the special guests, the online links, AND …
… because this event is being run by the Paterson Allyn Williams Science Hub, as part of its National Science Week program …
… there will be a smattering of fabulous science thrown in.
The 2021 Dungog Masked Ball will be held on Saturday 21 August ’21, 7.00pm start. It will be short, sweet, and depending on how our use of technology goes either absolutely brilliant or a complete train wreck. It will be staggeringly watchable either way. We also have a couple of special guests including the famous Dr Karl S Kruszelnicki, and Dr Mark Temple, composer of the Coronacode music. (And others!)
The theme is plague, fever, virus, lockdown, pandemic. The agenda is to get everyone
a) vaccinated b) informed and c) partying legally in the comfort of your own homes.
The bestest way to participate is:
• Get a ticket (they’re free) on Eventbrite
• Tune in at 7pm on the night
• Wear a brilliant costume, a splendid mask, or invoke a magnificent Zoom background, preferably in theme, but we’re not too fussed – you might win a prize!
• Join in as best you can
• Maintain the love and be ready for some bad comedy and a couple of serious moments along the way.