1. It means a bunch of adult-somethings will give in to their primal teen-something urges and present us with FRANKEN-TEEN COVER BANDS! Unholy monsters of angst, hormones, and teen idols: Lesley Gore in the style of The Runaways (RUNAWAY GORE!), Minor Threat in the style of The Violent Femmes (VIOLENT THREAT!), and Hanson in the style of Sam Cooke (HANSAM COOKE!), performed by inimitable Sam Cooke tributionist Ronald Peet. All the indecision and noise you thought you’d grow out of but never did!!
2. It means you will be guided through the evening by Ikechukwu Ufomadu (of Ike at Night) and Brendan Thomas Crowley, Byronic comedic icons, who might award you PRIZES PRIZES PRIZES for top-notch party behavior.
3. It means your favorite 7-train journey through sexual majesty, L’Amour Bleu, will be doing something they said would be “on theme” and I’m worried.
4. It means spiritual advisor Jess Goldschmidt will be creating a special I’m Okay You’re Okay haven for your teenage soul.
5. It means that we will dance like the weird kids in school right up until our curfew!
6. It means you will have the opportunity to bid on PRIZES PRIZES PRIZES in our famous raffle! Yes, some lucky bastard WILL get to attack us with pies again! And yes, we will have beautiful handmade jewelry, art, pottery, a wine tour voucher (yeah we're not such slobs afterall) and more!!
7. It means you can honor the greatest fundraising tradition of them all, YE OLDE BAKE SALE!
8. It means you can just lounge around after a tough day on the slopes and talk to your friends if you want. Relax, man!
SATURDAY MARCH 26
at BEAM CENTER
60 Sackett St. (Carroll Gardens)
$15 - $25, whatever feels doable
This is the facebook event where you can access more details and invite everyone you know! https://www.facebook.com/events/1219250634769281/
Here are some of the fine folks who have made generous donations to our raffle:
and, as mentioned, more!
Say it with me now: PARTYPARTYPARTYPARTYPARTYPARTYPARTYPARTYPARTYPARTYPARTYPARTYPARTY!!!
Oh, and here is our magnificent flyer, on an original Ski End print by Lilah Freedland: