Hosted by M.A.G.I.C. - Presented by Sienna
and Judi (aka Moonchylde)
The doors will open at 6 PM for a spaghetti feed where plates of spaghetti and garlic bread will be sold at $3.00 a plate. We are also encouraging you to bring potluck dishes and these will be made available at no cost. Salads, breads, veggies and desserts will compliment the spaghetti.
Do you have everyday labels that you’d like to shake free of for a little while?
Do you have "personal stuff" that you’d like to rid yourself of over the next year?
Come join us in first identifying those things and then freeing ourselves from those labels and chains that we or the mundane world have created in a small ritual followed by hours of dancing.
The music will be good, danceable rock from “all times”, the dress is funked-out formal.
If you have a prom dress, suit jacket, etc that you can put ribbons and flowers (whatever you can find!) on; if you have a tux shirt that would look fabulous with that pair of Hawaiian print shorts; if you have that really old dress of Aunt Greta’s that could use some flashy accessories, or maybe just a great big hat – bring it on!!!!
Whatever you do, just have fun with it.
As usual, there will be a $5 - $10 donation at the door and good times with great friends!Read more »
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