NAMI Hosts 2nd Annual 90s Dance

NAMI Hosts 2nd Annual 90s Dance

On Saturday, October 12 NAMI hosted the second annual 90s Dance Party! The rad event took place at Rainbow Gardens and benefited NAMI of Erie County’s free educational programs and services.

The dance had DJ Tony B playing the hottest 90s tracks with an unreal light show, and there were plenty of totally sweet glow sticks and slap bracelets for everyone to reminisce about the 90s.Participants were encouraged to wear their favorite 90s gear, and they did not disappoint!

The costume contest winners (pictured right) were Courtney Steding and Allison Hodas dressed as Julia Roberts from the movie Pretty Woman.

This dance could not have been possible without our totally rad sponsors: Erie News Now, the Erie Reader, Great Lakes Metal Finishing, Lamar Advertising, Northwest Bank, TechWorx, Tipsy Bean, and UPMC Health Plan.

The details for next year’s dance are still in the works, but you can K.I.T. (keep in touch!) with us by following our Facebook page at 90sDanceErie or going to our website, 90sDancePartyErie.com.

All proceeds from this dance stay in Erie County to help local individuals, families, and children facing the challenges of mental illness.

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