The dancers will likely be swinging and waltzing.
The video display screen will likely be rocking to the oldies.
And The Ambassadors – a 16-piece large band with vocalist Jan Lavin – will present music for all tastes.
It’s all a part of the Aug. 18 profit for Wildwood’s Seeds of Hope Soup Kitchen and Meals Pantry. Doorways open at 5 p.m. within the La Hacienda Recreation Middle. Tickets for Villagers are $12.50 upfront and $15 on the door.
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“This can be a new program,” stated Joe Arlt, who together with his spouse Diana, has hosted the native “Showcase of Expertise” over time to lift cash for charity.
The night time will start with a line dance, adopted by some waltzing. Then dancers will likely be allowed to affix movies that includes swing, disco, rock, soul and nation music.
The occasion may even characteristic reside performances by native singers. Then the Ambassadors will provide large band sounds for dancing and listening.
“It’s an awesome musical night time out, and we will help these much less lucky,” Arlt stated.