LakewoodAlive To Host “Loving Lakewood: Superheroes Unite” On February 24
Everyone has a superhero inside of them waiting to be discovered. Here’s your chance to unlock your inner Hulk – all while you fight crime and have a great time.
LakewoodAlive will host Loving Lakewood: Superheroes Unite on Saturday, February 24, from 7:30 to 11 p.m. at the Lakewood Masonic Temple. Guests are heroically invited to assume their secret identities and defend the universe at LakewoodAlive’s annual winter fundraiser for a powerfully good time in a historic Downtown Lakewood venue. Holy superhero party, Batman!
Tickets for Superheroes Unite go on sale at 10 a.m. on Thursday, January 4, and can be secured at LakewoodAlive.org/Superhero. Proceeds will support LakewoodAlive’s programming as we strive to foster and sustain vibrant neighborhoods in Lakewood. Much like heroes, we at LakewoodAlive are ordinary people who work with the wonderful residents of Lakewood to accomplish extraordinary feats.
Superheroes Unite will feature superhero-themed food, drinks, décor and entertainment. Attendees will be flying high to consume festive foods from the “Truth, Justice and the Lakewood Way” food stations, sample a Kryptonite Cocktail, enjoy music and partake in games and activities fit for a true superhero.
With great power comes great responsibility, so both VIP and General Admission ticket options will be available. No matter which option you choose, you’ll be fighting crime while having a great time. Attending superheroes are urged to don their cape, web-shooters and tights for one of those memorable LakewoodAlive nights. Bravery, alter-egos and superhuman strength are strongly encouraged. Feel free to show your courage and dress as someone who represents an honorable hero within your own life.
More details regarding Superheroes Unite will be unveiled in the coming weeks. For ongoing updates, please visit LakewoodAlive.org/Superhero and be sure to act faster than a speeding bullet once tickets go on sale January 4.
Not all heroes wear capes. At LakewoodAlive we don’t possess superhuman powers, yet we strive to serve a heroic role in the lives of Lakewood residents in need through our Housing Outreach Program. Our villain is anything that stands in the way of community vibrancy. The 5.5 square miles comprising Lakewood is our Gotham City, and we take our duties very seriously. In the immortal words of Wolverine, we aim to be “the best there is at what we do.”
Matt Bixenstine is the Marketing & Development Manager for LakewoodAlive. He enjoys all things Lakewood, especially walking his basset hound through Madison Park.
I am the Marketing & Development Manager for LakewoodAlive. I enjoy all things Lakewood, especially walking my basset hound through Madison Park.