Work that fringe mini at the poker and roulette table or sit back and sip Prohibition-era elixirs to help preserve the city’s beloved art deco culture and architecture.
Saturday, February 18, 2012
7 PM – 11 PM
Los Angeles CA
The Art Deco Society of Los Angeles presents “Casino Moderne“. With a nod to the HBO series, “Boardwalk Empire” that is set in 1920 during Prohibition, the ADSLA offers a step back in time. For one magical night, our guests will be able to immerse themselves in living history, vintage style, legal gaming tables and prohibition-era cocktails in the oldest private club in Los Angeles. The Los Angeles Athletic Club was founded in 1880 and counts many of old Hollywood‘s glitterati among its members. The evening begins with Sidecars, savoring hors d’ oeuvres and taking your chances at the medley of gaming tables from Poker to Roulette.
1920s dress in encouraged, but not required.
Gaming tables include: Poker, Blackjack, Craps, Roulette
Prizes will be awarded at the end of the evening.
The Los Angeles Athletic Club has generously offered attendees to “Casino Moderne” discounted rooms in their historic hotel.
Spend the night in Charlie Chaplin or Rudy Valentino‘s rooms.
Member tickets are $50.00
Non-member tickets are $65.00
About The Art Deco Society of Los Angeles
The ADSLA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that focuses on the celebration and preservation of the architecture, art, music, dance, clothing and elegance of Art Deco.
Los Angeles Athletic Club
431 W. 7th St.
Los Angeles CA