Built in 1928; the Eastern Star Hall is an architectural gem that played an important role in local women’s history, listed in the National Register of Historic Places.  While the building retains it’s orginal beauty, time has taken a toll on the building and the organization that owns it does not have the resources for desperately needed repairs to the building facade.

To raise funds for repair, and highlight the building’s beauty and utility as a social center, the Eastern Star Hall committee, in conjuction with Midtown Neighborhood Association and the Capitol City Preservation Trust, invite you to an evening og music, dancing and the delights of the Jazz Age.

Featuring MUMBO GUMBO and the musical talets of the FREEBADGE SERENADERS, and introduced by master of ceremonies Matias Bombal!

Beer and wine for 21+, appetizers, and a prize raffel featuring unique gifts from local businesses round out the evening of revelry to save a Sacramento landmark!

WHEN: Saturday, April 28th 7:30 pm
WHERE: 2719 K Street

For more information, visit this events page.