Nothing goes together quite like spaghetti, disco music and helping your community.
That’s been the right combination since 1998 for the Village Learning Place, the Charles Village-based nonprofit library and community center. Each year, the organization throws a party that, per its page for last year’s Spaghetti Disco, “combines spaghetti with literacy, the Bee-Gees with the ABCs,” to raise money for its programs. Specifically, that includes a spaghetti feast and family-friendly activities from 5:30 to 8 p.m., followed by three hours of old school moves to classic tunes under the shimmery lights of a disco ball.
Peabody Heights Brewing is hosting this year. Guests can leave with a 20th anniversary Spaghetti Disco pint glass, plus the satisfaction of getting to break out their bell bottoms and show they’ve still got it.
Tickets $15 for adults, $8 for kids, sold at the door (online ticketing no longer available). Peabody Heights Brewery, 401 E. 30th Street, 410-467-7837, www.villagelearningplace.org/events/spaghetti-disco-xx.
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