Dig deep into your closet, pull out your leisure suits, halter tops, bell bottoms and platform shoes and get ready to boogie. The Prallsville Mills is hosting a Disco Love party for valentines of all stripes this February.
The Disco Love party will run from 6 to 9 pm on Saturday, February 10 and will feature DJ Sully and performances by notable area drag queens Berry Lyndon, Martini Madness and Pumpkin. Hors d’oeuvres, beer and wine and a cash bar will be available. The evening will also feature contests for the best bump, the best hustle, and the best-dressed man and woman and a 70s themed raffle.
“What better time to put aside our troubles and slip back to the 70s,” said Beth Japchen, Executive Director of the Delaware River Mill Society. “For one night lets all loose ourselves to the Village People, Diana Ross, KC and the Sunshine Band, Gloria Raynor and the BeeGees.”
Tickets for the Disco Love party will cost $75 a person and proceeds will benefit the
Prallsville Mills, a complex of 10 centuries-old buildings in Stockton, NJ. The first grain mill was built at the juncture of the Wickeckeoke Creek and the Delaware River in the 1700s. Over the centuries, sawmills, a linseed oil mill, quarries and fisheries were added to the complex. Today, the complex serves as a community gathering spot and space for private and public events.
More information and tickets are available at the Prallsville Mills website at www.prallsvillemills.org.