Summer Party (Adult Social)

Come party with us and The Highsteppers! Let’s enjoy a kid free evening of dinner, drinks, and dancing.

The Highsteppers are a ten piece band with three talented female singers and a full horn section. They specialize in soul, R&B, Motown, 60s, 70s, and 80s, with a few other genres mixed in for good measure. It’s super high energy music and keeps the dance floor moving!

Dinner & dessert provided by Gourmini’s Food Truck. (Included in ticket price).

Beer & wine poured by your MIBC Staff.

Let’s celebrate summer’s end and leave the kids at home!

Tickets: (All Inclusive, members are allowed 2 guests or 1 couple)

Member: $60*/ Per Adult

Guest: $65*/ Per Adult

Register for tickets : Click Here

Ticket sales close: Wednesday, August 18th 5:00pm

*Tickets will not be sold at the entrance.

I understand by reserving tickets, my account will be billed for member and guest tickets.

Event Details

  • August 27, 2021
    5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
How do I add this to my Google or Outlook Calendar?

To add this event to your Google Calendar:

  1. Download the .ics file by clicking the +Add to Calendar button.
  2. Open up your Google Calendar.
  3. Under "Other calendars," click the arrow icon and select Import calendar.
  4. Select Choose File and browse for the downloaded .ics file and open it. Then make sure you have the correct Calendar selected (based on your user account) and click Import.
  5. The event will now appear on the calendar based on the event start and end dates.

To add this event to your Outlook Calendar:

Download the .ics file by clicking the +Add to Calendar button.

Outlook 2010

Click on the File Tab -> Open -> Import.

Outlook 2007

  1. Click File Menu then click Import and Export.
  2. Highlight "Import an iCalendar (.ics) or vCalendar file (.vcs)" then click Next.
  3. Choose the location where the iCalendar (.ics) file is saved and click Ok.
  4. Once the file is chosen the data will import to Open as New or Import.
  5. When Open as New is chosen the file will open as a separate Calendar beside the Personal Exchange Calendar. Click Import to actually import the data to your calendar.