TIVA-DC Holiday Party: Food, Fun, Drinks, and Prizes!

The time has come for holiday party season! Tonight, TIVA will host their annual holiday party, this year at The Wisconsin Place Community Center. It looks like the prizes for the raffle and open table auction are better than ever. So put on that corny sweater, and come on out tonight for a ol’ good time with your friends and peers.

Harry Potter and Ron Weasley - Corny Holiday Sweater
It doesn’t get any cornier than that!

50 / 50 Raffle: Prizes for charity

One of the great things about the holidays is supporting a good cause. This year, TIVA will once again have their 50/50 raffle, where 50% of the proceeds will be donated to local charity, Jubilee Jobs. Here are some of the prizes so far.

2 All Access passes to the 2013 DC Shorts Film Festival.

1 hour consultation with Jon Gann and a copy of his book Behind the Screen.

Free class from Stone Soup Films.

A collection of children’s books from Gale Nemec.

A free class from the DC branch of Future Media Concepts.

2 passes to the opening night gala of the Washington, DC International Film Festival.

DVD collection of awesome horror movies from Dick Dyzel.

Middle eastern dance class by Melissa Kelman.

Marketing consultation from Robert F. James.

Here’s What TIVA has to say:

(From the TIVA-DC Facebook event page)

“Yes ladies and gentlemen, it’s time for TIVA’s Annual Holiday Party and it’s always one of the most fun TIVA events of the year. It’s a night of great food, good drinks, good friends and even a good cause as we hold our 50/50 raffle to benefit a local charity, Jubilee Jobs.

This year, while the location is slightly different, we shall still be putting on a good spread! Beer, wine and soft drinks are essentially “open bar” like at most TIVA events, and there will be heavy appetizers throughout the night (vegetarian options as well). Aside from doing our usual 50/50 raffle that benefits a charity, we’ll have door prizes, and we’re also doing our “table auction” for various donated items. So far this year, we’re up to $7500 in donated items, check below for a list of what’s up for grabs!”

So what are you waiting for, come on down!