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The Little Lighthouse Foundation Set to Host Scary Fish Masquerade Ball on October 26th

The Little Lighthouse Foundation Set to Host Scary Fish Masquerade Ball on October 26th

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Benefitting the Little Lighthouse Foundation, South Florida’s beloved and renowned non-profit organization, The Little Lighthouse Foundation (LLF) is set to host their Scary Fish Masquerade Ball on Thursday, October 26th, after a 6 year hiatus of their iconic “Nightmare on the Beach” Halloween parties. The elegant and luxurious soiree will be located at Miami’s popular Asian-fusion dining destination, Sexy Fish, offering guests a variety of handcrafted cocktails and passed canapés. Guests are invited to revel in the immersive decor, featuring a cast of scary sea creatures, while taking in the mesmerizing tunes spun by international sensation DJ Natasha Diggs, from 9PM to 1AM.

The enchanting night will comprise of complimentary cocktails sponsored by 512 Tequila, Tito’s Vodka, and other liquor sponsors, alongside mouth-watering bites, and a hypnotizing atmosphere that transports guests to the deep, dark depths of the seas. Don’t forget to dress to impress, as glamorous Halloween costumes are requested of all attendees. 

All proceeds from this event will go towards LLF’s 6th Annual Children’s Halloween Party on Saturday, October 28th. Making an impact this Halloween, 800+ underserved children will be experiencing a variety of games, activities, costumes, food, and candy for a Halloween party unlike any other.

Little Lighthouse Foundation’s mission, In partnership with The Motivational Edge, Breakthrough Miami, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Miami, Miami Children’s Initiative, Silent Victims of Crime, Teen Up-Ward Bound, Kristi House, Benjamin Franklin K-8, Fit Kids of America, helps the underserved children of South Florida. LLF strives to make the experience of the underserved children great whether it’s for Halloween, Back to School, or ahead of the Holidays, LLF helps create and provide a safe space for them to let their creativity and imagination soar. To learn more about LLF’s Do Good Feel Good Programming, please visit

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