Be A Part of Dayton’s Party of Parties!

Masquerage is the signature annual event of AIDS Resource Center Ohio, raising critical unrestricted funding for individuals infected, affected and at risk of HIV/AIDS.  Since Masquerage’s  inception in 2002,  “Dayton’s Party  of Parties” for a cause has become the fastest growing, must-attend event in Dayton, bringing people together to have a great evening, generate greater awareness of HIV/AIDS issues and raise much needed funds to benefit client services and people living with or affected by this disease.

It takes hundreds of volunteers to pull off an event this size.  From artists and designers that can help with the decor, to bartenders and servers to keep the smiles on everyones faces.  We’ll need folks to work event check in, coat check and even first aid.  A crew is needed to work the silent auction area and so many other behind the scenes jobs that help keep the party going for an expected 1000 guests this year.

We’ll spend the week of Oct 11th transforming the RoundHouse at the Montgomery County Fairgrounds into a decadent venue for the 10th anniversary Masquerage, to be held on Sat, Oct 15th.

So if you’re willing to pitch in and help ARC Ohio by volunteering, sign up here, or contact or by phone at 937-461-2347 x 2029.

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avatar About Lisa Grigsby

Lisa Grigsby is a Special Events Director with over twenty five years experience in promotions, event coordination and public relations.

Owning Jokers Comedy Cafe for 20 years taught Lisa to maintain a sense of humor under pressure. She credits Leadership Dayton for exposing her to the amazing assets of the region and Clothes That Work for being her reason she stayed in Dayton. Her proudest accomplishment as a past president of the Miami Valley Restaurant Association was creating Restaurant Week, a twice a year tradition that continues to grow and benefit local charities as well. As a foodie, it's only natural that she continues to promote local restaurateurs with DaytonDining.

As a Dayton Catalyst, her desire to have ONE community calendar and advocate for the amazing assets of the region helped create the vision for the relaunch of DaytonMostMetro.