The Coral Gables Museum held its annual gala on Saturday, November 23rd, by celebrating 1930s style.
Classic cars, a 30s themed casino, a speakeasy, and plenty of glam filled the historic halls of a building that holds high historic significance to the City of Coral Gables.
The party’s theme was derived from the year the building was completed, 1939. At that time, as shared with Gables Insider by Museum Board of Trustee Member Wayne “Chip” Withers, the building was the City’s municipal facility housing City offices, the police department, fire department and even the jail and Judge’s chambers.
Participants were able to enjoy an incredible performance by the RV Jazz Band as well as great 1930s themed dance performances.
In attendance were many members of the Coral Gables community including Mayor Valdes-Fauli, Vice Mayor Lago and Commissioner Fors.
The Museum operates as a 501(c)3 nonprofit and this event helped raise funds for the Museum’s day-to-day operations.
For a full schedule of the Museum’s upcoming events and exhibits, please visit the Museum’s website.