The Westport Library rocks!
That’s true literally — who can forget the concerts that followed Booked for the Evening events with Patti Smith and Nile Rodgers?
It’s true figuratively too. The transformed library — with its wide-open spaces, versatile stage and state-of-the-art video screen — is a fantastic venue for a dance party.
Which is exactly what happens on Saturday, October 12.
The Forum is the site of the 1st-ever Mix-It-Up Tour fundraiser. Waza — a great cover band fronted by Westporter Marty Jaramillo — will make it seem like rock legends are right there in the
American Idol finalist Drew Angus — a 2007 Staples High School grad — and DJ Mo share the bill too.
A rock ‘n’ roll-inspired silent auction features works by artists Irene Penny, Stephen Goldstein, Kerry Heftman and Mark Rich.
Cocktails and bites are courtesy of Marcia Selden Catering.
When the library’s Transformation Project was underway, director Bill Harmer promised the new, versatile space would be used in creative ways no one had yet imagined.
The Mix-It-Up Tour dance party is one of those crazy-but-cool concepts that very few libraries would even think about.
In Westport, it’s just one more reason our library rocks.
(Click here for tickets, and more information.)