Fetch your masks, gowns and suits, the Yampa Valley Autism Program’s Masquerade Ball returns | SteamboatToday.com

Fetch your masks, gowns and suits, the Yampa Valley Autism Program’s Masquerade Ball returns

The Yampa Valley Autism Program's Masquerade Ball is back for its 10th year. Lisa Lorenz, executive director of YVAP, and her husband, Jimmy, are pictured in this photo from a past gala.
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If You Go… What: Yampa Valley Autism Program's 10th Annual Masquerade Ball When: 7 p.m. to midnight, Saturday, March 7 Where: Colorado Mountain College, NEAS Dining Atrium Tickets: Tickets are $70 in advance and $75 at the door or VIP tickets are $90 in advance and $95 at the door. Tickets can be purchased at All That with cash or check only or online at yampavalleyautism.org.  

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS – The Yampa Valley Autism Program’s Masquerade Ball is back for its 10th year.

With the theme “Diamond and Sapphire,” the local nonprofit’s annual fundraising gala will be held from 6 p.m. to midnight Saturday at the Colorado Mountain College Steamboat Springs’ Neas Dining Atrium.

Festivities will include music by Constant Change, dancing and performances by the Jasmir Bellydancers and the Hokunani Hula dancers. Masks and costumes are optional but encouraged.

The event is the Yampa Valley Autism Program’s signature fundraiser and supports all of the organization’s programs for children and adults on the autism spectrum, including therapy, school programs, respite care, teen social coaching and family support, among many others.

Tickets are $75 and available at yampavalleyautism.org.



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