‘Roaring 20s’ Gala to Benefit Music from Salem
On Friday, July 10, at 6 p.m., Music from Salem will turn the Brown Farm, 154 Priest Road, Salem, N.Y., into a Prohibition-era speakeasy in celebration of flappers and jazz, in ‘Those Roaring Twenties,’ a Gala featuring cocktails, dinner, music and a silent auction. The elegant evening will transport attendees, encouraged to dress in optional 1920s attire, to a heady world when the corset was abandoned for shocking knee-length dresses and feather boas, and a shot of bootleg gin was found behind a secret door. We guarantee plenty of fun, so get out your flapper dresses, shine up your oxfords, and join us for this sophisticated and swingin’ event to benefit Music from Salem, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the promotion and enjoyment of chamber music in rural Washington County, N.Y., and environs. Individual tickets $75 each; a table of six costs $400. For additional details, visit musicfromsalem.com. For tickets, email [email protected] or call 518-232-2347.