MULYP Halloween Events, VolunCheers & Upcoming Events

Memphis Masquerade, Friday, October 31, 8:00pm

Pink Palace, 3050 Central Ave, Memphis, TN 38111

This will be an event unlike any other in Memphis! Memphis Masquerade was created by Chef Phillip Ashley Rix to celebrate dynamic organizations that support the Memphis community. Purchase tickets online


 Memphis Masquerade



The TAKEOVER Halloween, Friday, October 31, 7:00pm

Side Street Grill, 35 S. Florence on Overton Square

Join The TKO crew as they do Halloween like no other! Wear your Halloween costumes because they will have costume contests and cool prizes! DJ’s Brother John & Suave will be mixing it up on the turntables and live streaming all night long! FREE ADMISSION ALL NIGHT



Greeks – N- Goblins, Friday, October 31, 8:00pm

Prohibition Lounge, 94 S. Front St.

Meet up with members of the National “Pan Hell” community and see how Greeks get down in the M-Town. Enjoy drink and food specials along with cash prizes for best costumes!!! DJ Zoom rocking the hottest sounds all night!!! $20 Admission



VolunCheers, Monday, November 3, 6:00pm

Volunteer Odyssey, 88 Union Ave., 2nd Floor

Looking for a great way to fit volunteering into your busy schedule? Join them for VolunCheers – their volunteer happy hour! They’ll be helping Operation Broken Silence prepare raceday bags for their upcoming 5K. Beer and snacks provided. Volunteer, make new friends, and learn more about Operation Broken Silence! RSVP:



Champagne Brunch Buffett, Sunday, November 9, 11:00am-3:00pm

Haute Monde Café, 333 Beale Street

Chef Fran would like to invite you join her for Champagne Brunch on November 9th, 11:00am-3:00pm. The Brunch Buffet features a Mimosa Bar, Sausage Quiche, Spinach & Pepper Quiche and Waffle Bar and just to name a few items from the Haute Monde Sweet and Savory Bar. You’ll also get a chance to sample her signature treats from the Dessert Bar. Located at 333 Beale Street. $20.00 per person



Exclusive Dinner with Beverly Robertson, President, National Civil Rights Museum

Tuesday, November 11, 6:30pm

Ernest Withers Gallery, 333 Beale Street

November features Beverly Robertson, President of the National Civil Rights Museum. Before the museum opened in 1991, Beverly had established herself as one of Memphis’ prominent business and community leaders.  As President of the National Civil Rights Museum, Beverly Robertson is the steward of one of nation’s most hallowed grounds. Dinner includes a three-course menu and unlimited wine and gives you the opportunity to enjoy an exclusive dinner over great food and drinks served in a relaxed setting. This event series gives you the opportunity to ask thought provoking questions to successful leaders in Memphis. Online Tickets:

Exclusive Dinner with Beverly Robertson

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