Flowers or chocolates? Nope. Dancing!
This Valentine’s Day weekend do something unique. Tell your “Little Darlin,’” to “Put Your Head on My Shoulder,” because as your “Dancing in the Moonlight,” you will “Always & Forever,” be “Happy Together.” Better yet, don’t tell her, show her. Take your sweetheart dancing.
“Dancing through the Decades” adult prom is a collaborative fundraising event hosted by Another Way and the Page Public Library. If you are over 21 and would love a night of dancing, this was designed just for you. DJ Corey Johnston will be featuring music from the ‘50s to today. We’re talking classic prom ballads from Elvis and The Beatles, to Styx and Boyz II Men, from Extreme and Rascal Flatts to everything in-between.
For your further enjoyment, there will be exhibition ballroom dancing by guest professionals. Not only can you dance the night away and be dazzled by the professionals, for a small donation you can dance with one of the pros or a local celebrity. It’s our very own “Dancing with the Stars” here in Page.
Corsages by Vickie Wainwright and photos by Frank Talbot will be available for purchase as a memento of the evening. There will also be a silent auction, so bid to win, and come prepared to have fun. You do know it just wouldn’t be a prom without crowning a prom king and queen, contact the library or the Page Community Center to find out how to be nominated.
The dance will be held at the Elks Lodge on Aqua Street, Feb. 15 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $20 a person and can be purchased at the community center, library and Family Bargain Center.
And ladies, with proof of your prom ticket purchase, Aloha Oe’ is offering half-price appointments on haircuts and upsweeps for that day, and on nails for that week. So you can treat yourself special and the money you save has paid for your ticket. You get to do all this, while supporting the wonderful work of Another Way and your Page Public Library. And gentleman, you get to be the hero, by doing something truly thoughtful for your lovely lady. There is no doubt, this is a win, win, win, win.
Remember, don’t just tell her that “I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing.” and that “I Will Always Love You” “More Than Words” can say, show her. This Valentines Day let her know that, “I’ve had the Time of My Life,” here with you, at the “Dancing through the Decades” prom.
Have a great time!
(Carol Parry is with the Page Public Library.)
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