Ameriga Vespucci’s 1859 Masquerade Ball at the Parish Mansion

Regular price $35.00

 Tickets are now available for Ameriga Vespucci’s 1859 Masquerade Ball at the Parish Mansion on September 23rd 7PM-9PM. Come in decorative masks for an evening of music, fun and mystery. 

Join the Grasse River Players as they present the story of her life through vignettes including skits, songs, scenes and a poker game!

Some say that she was an heiress but impoverished. That she was a mistress to a series of lovers but found herself placed as a wager in a poker game.  When George Parish won her, she thought she met the love of her life. Ameriga became Parish’s mistress and the two moved into his mansion, which later became The Frederic Remington Art Museum. The rest of the story will unfold as the evening goes on...

This recreation of Ameriga's life will include a cash bar, light refreshments, a masquerade ball, and a memorable and enchanting evening you won't want to miss. North Country Connections Orchestra will provide live music and song accompaniment.

Pre-sale tickets are available online for $35, otherwise $40 at the door.