Prodisee Pantry Hosting Magnolia Ball In January

Prodisee Pantry is holding its first Magnolia Ball on January 5, 2024, at 6-10 p.m. at the Daphne Civic Center. The fundraiser will feature the music of Mr. Big & the Rhythm Sisters. There will be dinner by Capers in the Kitchen, The Hope Farm, Bill-E’s, Sean’s Prime Dining, Fairhope Inn, Sinfully Sweet and other local restaurants. A Magnolia signature cocktail is being designed for this event, which culminated out of the buzz around the Hulu TV show Love in Fairhope. As a long-running “Magnolia Ball” is a key feature in the series, Prodisee Pantry is dubbing this event the “First 52nd Annual Magnolia Ball.” The event is for those 21 years old and older. Tickets, on sale for $75 (individual), $300 (reserved half table) and $600 (reserved table), are limited.

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