Old-world charm and nostalgia set the mood for a masquerade ball on Friday.
The Faith Hospice Charity fund-raiser dons the mask 7:30 p.m. inside the Grand Hall at Castle Falls, 820 N. MacArthur, for a dinner and wine ball.
Head chef Jutta Scheider, a fourth-generation chef, will prepare and serve authentic European cuisine to masked guests enjoying Castle Falls rustic décor and fireplaces. Local cover band Zoom City will perform classic rock covers ranging from The Rolling Stones to Steely Dan.
Wyndi Waggoner, executive director of the charity, said a masquerade event perfectly matches the setting.
"Castle Falls is such a fabulously romantic, yet almost mystical location," she said.
Founded in July 2007, Faith Hospice of Oklahoma is a nonprofit organization that provides services through a collaboration between of doctors, nurses, social workers and trained volunteers. The organization is a "community-based hospice devoted to clinical excellence, emotional support, and spiritual well-being" as stated on their Web site.
All proceeds from the fund-raiser will benefit individuals who can't afford hospice care. The nonprofit also provides final wish grants and bereavement services.
Tickets are $75. For more information, call 213-8880.