Culver City High School Centaur Casino Night Coming in March
Martin Feinberg, Realtor, is excited to see that on Saturday, March 2, the Culver City High School Boosters will be holding their Annual Centaur Casino Night. The event will take place at the Veteran’s Memorial Complex at 4117 Overland Ave. and will last from 6:30 pm to 11:30 pm.
Gaming opportunities will include Black Jack, Craps, Roulette and more. The event will also have food options from many of the best Culver City Real Estate area food vendors and Firestone Walker, Three Weavers, Lagunitas and other popular beer and wine will be available for purchase. The Centaur Cheerleaders will be providing home-backed desserts at a dessert bar for those with a sweet tooth. The night will also feature both silent and live auction items.
Live auction items include an autographed game worn Russell Westbrook jersey, Sushi Dinner with a major league baseball player, 3-Hours of training and jewelry making with jeweler to the stars Rafia Cooper, free braces for you or a loved one, a memorable 4-night cruise to Mexico, and other amazing items.
The silent auction includes more than 100 restaurant gift certificates, over 50 Centaur embroidered pieces of clothing, and 70+ other merchandise items, including a white gold/diamond necklace donated by XIV Karats LTD. Excursions to Disneyland, the Magic Castle, Magic Mountain or wine tours in wine country are also available, along with workout and massage certificates. For those interested in learning experiences, classes in food preparation, swing dancing, and self-defense will also be an option. Almost two-dozen museums are offering entrance options. There will also be autographed memorabilia from the private collection of former Los Angeles Dodger owner Peter O’Malley and a staycation at the famous Culver Hotel.
Local listing agent Martin Feinberg encourages all who are interested in attending the event to check out the website https://cchsbccasinonight.weebly.com/to see more items that will be added daily.
Proceeds from the event go to support educational, athletic and extra curricular opportunities for Culver City High School students.