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Aging in Montclair: Nov. 18 Dance Party Tickets on Sale


MONTCLAIR, NJ - Aging in Montclair (AIM) is hosting a Tea Dance Fundraiser: "The Way We Really Were" on Friday, November 18 from 3-6pm.

The event is located at their Senior Hub at the Salvation Army Building located at 13 Trinity Place in Montclair.

The event is open to the entire community, says organizers. Bobby sox and poodle skirts are optional for live music, dancing, refreshments, door prizes, raffles and fun.

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Jerree and Adam Wade, members of AIM, are contributing the entertainment through Wade & Wade Productions.  There will be a professional performance by "Songbirds Unlimited" with a medley of songs of the 50's, 60's and 70's.  

RSVP by November 14 by calling 973.707.5088 or visit

Individual event tickets are $35 each; Reserved table of 4 is $165, Reserved table of 8 is $305.  Please make checks payable to: AIM, Inc., 13 Trinity Place, Montclair, NJ. 07042.

To use PayPal or Credit Card, please visit  and click on the Donate button. If you can't attend the party, tax deductible donations can be made by check or by Paypal.  Aging in Montclair is a  501(c) non-profit organization.


 Call 973.707.5088 with questions or if you need a ride to the party.

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