Winter Solstice Ball and Buffet

Tuesday, 15th day of December
9:00 P.M (E.S.T.)
Heathfield Ballroom
Hosted by Andrew MacNeils and his wife Noirin
Segan Quinn and Vanessa Baltimore Assisting

HF Ballroom
(AIM room)

Tis the season for giving and receiving gifts.
Of friends to gather for a night enjoying the holiday delights and pleasant company.

This is a formal invitation for citizens of Heathfield, Ballicastle, Tyremoor, Kildare and Innis Daingneach, friends and guests for the celebration of the Winter Solstice.

A formal ball will be held along with a banquet. The champagne will flow freely from a fountain along with various other beverages to be enjoyed. Waiters will be circulating with trays of the various drinks and finger foods. This is an event of peace and happiness in reverence of the season to be shared with friends and loved ones alike. An orchestra will be playing music all evening. Please join in the dancing.

A Christmas Tree stands decorated off to the one side of the room. Candy canes, gingerbread cookies of various Christmas cuts hang from the branches for all to partake of. Small baskets are beneath made up of various cheeses, breads, cookies, chocolates along with a bottle of wine. There is one for each guest to take. Buffet tables set up for those hungry to eat at their leisure.


Turkey, Pork Roast, Beef Roast, Rack of Lamb, Goose, Quail, Salmon. Potatoes, Wild Rice, Glazed Carrots, Pea Pods, Green Beans.
Pies, Cakes, Danish, Cookies, Muffins, Sweet Breads, Biscuits.

Champaine, Poteen, Blackberry Brandy, Peach Brandy, Wine, Spiced Rum, Mulled Wine, Hot Cider, Teas, Hot Cocoa.

Snowflake Shuffle

Everyone who attends this night gets to pick a snowflake from a special snowflake tree upon arriving. Honeee along with her daughter Lydia will be handing them out when you present her with the number concealed inside the snowflake picked hanging from a small tree, the center opens up. Each number corresponds to a certain gift.

(1d30 will be used as well roll a 1d100 if you wish a chance for the Door Prizes later. One will not have to remain for the whole night to receive a door prize as long as they roll for it. Highest first six numbers win. Ties will have duplicate prizes.)

 1 Box of mistletoe and candy canes 16 Set of leather gloves
 2 Irish heather woolen scarf and cap 17 Stained Glass Tiffany Lamp
 3 Crystal goblets etched with snowflakes 18 Miniature ceramic Christmas village
 4 10 pounds hickory smoked beef & crackers 19 A set of crystal candle holders with candles
 5 Leather Saddlebag 20 A large size hand crochet afghan
 6 Five pounds of white fruitcake soaked in rum 21 A handmade elegant porcelain tree top Angel
 7 Stocking full of assorted candy 22 Set of Toboggans
 8 Pair of snow shoes 23 A Traugott cuckoo clock
 9 Ten inch finely carved Nutcracker and nuts 24 4 lb Box of Turlough cheesecake chocolates
10 A Bow and Quiver of Arrows 25 Festive wreath door decoration
11 Set of skis 26 Pair of racer's ice skates
12 An edible large gingerbread house 27 A pair of tooled leather boots
13 4 lb Box of assorted holiday cookies 28 Box of fancy hand blown glass ornaments
14 A case of potcheen along with a ten pound box of Turlough assorted chocolate truffles 28 Box of scented candles - holly, berry, peppermint, vanilla, raspberry and lavender
15 Stocking full of assorted cookies 30 Fur lined full length hooded leather cloak

6 Door Prizes
Will be Awarded later that Evening

Donated by Trevet MacKay
MacKay Leather Shoppe

Donated by Rhett Shawnesey
Shawnesey Weapons Shop

Certificate Donated by Vanessa Baltimore
Avian Gardens

Winner: Winner:  Winner:

Donated by Garath MacShire
Benazaiten Imports

Donated by Sorcha Beirne
Certain Somethings Shop

Donated by Velvet MacShire
Velvet Jewelry

Winner: Winner:  Winner:

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