- April 5, 2014
6:30 pm - 11:30 pm
The elegant fun of Gilded Nights™ is back this spring! On April 5th, 2014, we will have a black tie Masquerade-themed* evening centered on the Phantom of the Opera. This evening promises to be a good one, full of great entertainment, good eats, lots of surprises, but above all, amazing people. It is a wonderful way to say goodbye to the winter and welcome the spring.
This event will take place in a single location at The Dane Estate of Pine Manor College (see full address and Google map below).
• 6:30pm – 7:00pm: Cocktail meet-and-greet in the Foyers and the Moncrief Room with a cash bar**
• 7:00pm – 8:30pm : Enjoy a 3-course plated dinner in the Georgian Founder’s Hall
• 8:30pm – 9:30pm: A Phantom of the Opera-inspired musical performance
• 9:30pm – 11:30pm: Social hour and murder mystery game. Every guest is invited to take part in solving a murder which has been committed by someone or a group in attendance.
Additionally, there will be many more surprises throughout the evening. You do not want to miss this event. Invite your friends and come make new ones!
** The cash bar will be opened throughout the evening until 11pm.
Black tie + mask
*It is a black-tie masquerade party and therefore appropriate attire and masks are mandatory. You may provide your own mask or purchase one with your ticket.
18 and up
Complimentary for all driving guests. You may park right in front of the venue on the gated campus of the Pine Manor College.
Venue Website: http://www.pmc.edu/wedding--special-occasionsAddress:
The original estate dwelling built in 1891 by Major William Cox was called Roughwood but is now referred to as The Dane Estate. "Candle snuffer" turrets, the use of local materials such as red sandstone, "pudding stone," and leaded glass windows create an impressive Richardson style structure. The circular drive is paved with cobblestones; originally ballast for Boston's sailing ships. The Mansion was built along with two gatehouses, the stable, a barn, a greenhouse and chicken houses. In 1904 the Dane Family purchased the estate and all its buildings, and over the years acquired additional land until the estate totaled 120 acres. A wing containing a music room was built in 1909 and with the addition of an organ loft in 1916 is now known as Founders Hall. The property was acquired by Pine Manor College in 1962.