Benefit for the Warrior and Family Support Center at the Brook Army Medical Center

Mardi Gras Casino Night

This year the event will feature a Mardi Gras theme: Rattle Your Dice & Let the Good Times Roll! The celebration will be held on Fat Saturday at The Center at St. Mary’s Catholic Church on February 16, 2019 from 6:30 – 11:00PM.

PRICE INCLUDES GAMING CHIPS, BEER, WINE, OR A HURRICANE and GREAT FOOD FROM THE BIG EASY.

Tickets can be purchased at Brookshire and Ace Hardware on weekends starting January 26, and February 2,9,15 and 16 from 10AM to 2PM.

Tickets
*Tickets will be at will call, please provide your name and email address used to purchase the tickets.

About Casino Night


The Knights of Columbus 4th Degree announce their 9th annual Casino Night to benefit the Warrior and Family Support Center at the Brook Army Medical Center. This year the event will feature a Mardi Gras theme: Rattle Your Dice & Let the Good Times Roll! The celebration will be held on Fat Saturday at The Center at St. Mary’s Catholic Church on February 16, 2019 from 6:30 – 11:00PM. This will be a night of New Orleans style food, dance & gaming. Guests can play the night away and win big with the possibility of winning a stay in New Orleans with dinner as well as other prizes.

This year the big changes will make Mardi Gras Casino Night appealing to even non-gamblers with live music and dance melodies that will appeal to all. The menu features New Orleans favorites prepared by Chef Eric Huvar and Len Brinkman. Four food stations will have Louisiana Gumbo, Catfish Poor Boy Sandwiches, Italian Beef and Cheese Muffulettas and Fried Shrimp with Red Beans and Rice. Topping off the night will be homemade Bread Pudding with a Bourbon Cream Sauce and King Cake. So, celebrate Valentine’s day New Orleans style and enjoy an evening of night of foot stomping, food, fun and prizes.

The Warrior and Family Support Center at the Brook Army Medical Center supports military members and their extended family by providing emotional support, answers to questions and extends their rehabilitation away from the hospital. The rehabilitation involves learning to cope with war related injuries/ disabilities for individual, and couples and families. Not only does this center parallel the 4th Degree mission of patriotism, but also emphasizes the importance of family unit.