Tuesday, August 25, 2009

☞ DRINK: Speakeasy 1220 Fifth Grand Finale

End the summer with the Museum of the City of New York in East Harlem for their 1920's Jazz Party this Wednesday, August 26th, From 6:00 PM-9:00 PM. Join the Museum and Club Wit's End for a spirited celebration of the Jazz Age, encompassing live music and dance of the 1920s and ‘30s. Enjoy a beginner's Charleston dance lesson at 6:10 PM with Akemi Kinukawa, followed by a live musical performance by The Moonlighters. Professional dancers wearing vintage and vintage-inspired clothing will dance throughout the night. At 7:00 PM, Kevin Fitzpatrick, author of A Journey into Dorothy Parker’s New York, will speak about the Jazz Age. Cocktails will be served on the Museum’s front terrace. Vintage dress is optional. Museum Members: $10 | Non-Members: $12. Admission includes one FREE drink and access to the Museum's first and second-floor galleries. No reservations, tickets sold at the door. Located at 1220 5th Avenue between 103rd and 104th Street. Tel.(212) 534-1672. Take the 6 train to 103rd Street. For more information, go to the museum website: LINK

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