Single like a Pringle and ready to mingle? Partnered up and ready to boogie? Whatever your sitch, it's Valentine's Day and you should be dancing, yeah. Work that pick on your hair, paint on the polyester pantsuit and get your futuristic, fabulous self to the Historic Eagle House on Friday, Feb. 15 for Friday Night Fever, the Eagle House's second annual Valentine's Day party featuring disco, dating games, dancing and amore.
Tickets? Perhaps like your love life, you've got a couple of options:
All In — Doors open at 7 p.m. for retro appetizers and a cocktail mingle. Starting at 8 p.m., Clyde Pendanski hosts dating game shows like "Love Connection," "Dating Game," "More Amour" and "How Well Do You Know Your Lover?" Later, MC Lady Flavah and Bada Bling Burlesque do the bustle, followed by music and dancing ($75 VIP front row seated spots for the burlesque show and appetizer service by Sweet Basil Catering, or $55 for regular admission).
Just Dance — If you just want to come for the Soul Shakedown Dance Party, things get bumping at 10 p.m. and last until the wee hours of the morning (3 a.m.) with music by Afrolicious, DJs All Good Funk Alliance, Marjo Lak and Knutz, plus visuals by Marmalade Sky ($30 at the door, $25 advance).
The event is a fundraiser for Humboldt CASA, with a portion of the proceeds and money raised from the bar supporting the advocacy for foster children in Humboldt County. So get down to lift those kids up.