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June 20th, 2020 7-11 pm

Kenilworth Assembly Hall, Kenilworth Illinois



We are excited to once again have the Steve Anthony Orchestra with us! They be provinding us with an excellent selection of Waltzes, Polkas, Foxtrots and Quickstep, with and occaional Cha Cha or Rumba.

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The Kenilworth Club Assembly Hall was designed by architect George W. Maher and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places, and was completed in 1907.

The space is a great example of Art Deco Architecture and has a spacious dance floor and stage.

Food & Drink


Expected Attire

This is an elegant ball, but it is in the summer. So we call the expected attire Summer beautiful and formal, but light, colorful fabrics are encouraged.

Gentleman: Please wear a dress shirt and tire with nice pants. Top it off with a suit jacket, sport coat or vest. Tuxes are also acceptable!

Ladies: Flowing dresses are in. The hem should reach the knee but not go past the ankle. Flowers and floral accessories are encouraged, as well as summer hats!

Light Appetizers will be passed throughout the night. The food is not the center point but a delightful accent, so come just a little bit hungry.

Wine (red, white and rose) as well as sparkling beverages, water and soda will be served all night long. All food and drink is included in your ticket price!

Transportaion & Parking

There is plenty of on street parking is available by the Clubhouse.

There is a metra station on the Kenosha Line within easy walking distance of the Clubhouse with service to Chicago OTC.

Event Schedule

  • 7:00: Doors Open

  • 7:15 Dance Lesson

  • 8:00 Open Dancing

  • 11:00 Dance Closes

Pre-Dance Lessons

History of the St. John's Ball

The St. John's Ball was our first ball, held at the Chicago Cultural Center in June of 2017. It was a elegant and heavenly affair that got the program rolling. The event was sponsored by Quo Vadis Young Adults of St. John Cantius. It was so great we did it again the following year at the South Shore Cultural Center.

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