Annunciation NYC Mistletoe Gala Returns In-Person on December 3

NEW YORK – The Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church NYC Mistletoe Gala returns to the Harvard Club of New York City on Saturday, December 3, after a two-year, in-person hiatus due to the pandemic.

Greek-American young professionals are invited to celebrate a night of holiday cheer with sounds by DJ Bobby Karounos of Spartan Sounds, live music by Dean Vali of Bounce Music, dancing, and an open bar and buffet.

Tickets are $165 per person if purchased by November 1; $180 if purchased by November 15; and $195 if purchased after November 16.

Doors open at 8:30 PM and guests are encouraged to dress in black-tie.

More information is available by phone: 212-724-2070 and online: https://bit.ly/MistletoeGala.

Fr. Sotirios Michalatos, Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church NYC’s presiding priest, spoke with The National Herald about the event, noting that “after a two-year, in-person hiatus, the Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church NYC is thrilled to be returning to the Harvard Club of New York City for its Annual Mistletoe Gala.”

“We look forward to seeing our youth join us at this very popular and fun event,” Fr. Michalatos continued. “Our hope for this event is to encourage fellowship amongst our Greek-American youth and ultimately bring them closer to our faith and Christ.”

The event includes an impressive array of raffle prizes such as $1000 donated by the Annunciation Parish Council, two tickets to the New York Philharmonic, and a variety of gift cards. The Grand Raffle prizes include a table for ten at the 2023 Annunciation Stewardship Gala valued at $3,750, six tickets to the 2023 Annunciation Mistletoe Gala valued at $1,200, and gift certificates to restaurants and other goodies.


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