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Win tickets to the 'Au Revoir Party'

Posted By on Fri, Jun 17, 2011 at 10:43 AM


The Times is giving away 10 tickets to the "Au Revoir Party," a send-off for the "The Impressionists & Their Influence" exhibit at the Arkansas Arts Center next Friday, June 24 at 7 p.m.

Enter to win here. The tickets get you free food and booze.

We'll notify the winners next Thursday.

Here's the Arts Center's description:

Trés Chic! Join the Arkansas Arts Center for Au Revoir — the vogue Parisian parti! Sip luscious French martinis and Kir Royales. Enjoy delicious Parisian street food. Dance to the hottest hits spun by Alice 107.7’s Poolboy and Johnny Jackson. Strike a pose! Step into an Impressionist painting. Forgot your cancan skirt? We will provide the Parisian props. BYOC (Bring your own camera)! This is your last chance to see The Impressionists and Their Influence. Oo la la! Don’t miss this soirée. Tickets are $20. Arkansas Arts Center members attend for free. Space is limited. Must be 21 to attend. Buy your tickets today!

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