Dust off your bell-bottoms and dance out to the ‘70s disco fundraiser
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Putney- Next Stage Arts Project will host a dance party to benefit Next Stage programming, on Friday, November 10, at 7 pm.

Dust off those bell-bottoms and reconnect with the ‘70s, or come experience that era for the first time. Next Stage’s first gala fundraiser is a ‘70s disco dance extravaganza, “You Make Me Feel Like Dancing!”

There will be delicious food, a live and silent auction of stupendous local, and exotic treasures, and a wine and beer cash bar. It’s the party everyone will be talking about.

Live auction items include: a South African photo safari; a professional studio recording session with Emmy-Award winning engineer and producer Billy Straus; an Appental ski getaway weekend; a ukelele set and private lesson with Lisa McCormick; a pizza-making party for eight with Greg and Robyn Weisel; and a catered dinner for eight by Tim Allen.

Next Stage Arts Project, winner of a National Endowment for the Arts and ArtPlace America grants, is a nonprofit organization dedicated to revitalizing Putney’s cultural and economic village center through the programming, development, and operation of Next Stage. The newly renovated performance space at 15 Kimball Hill is now accessible, comfortable, and air-conditioned, with a great dance floor. Tickets are $35 each available at nextstagearts.org, and at the door. For more information contact nextstagearts@gmail.com or call (802) 387-0102.

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