Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Tear It Up at a Cat-Themed Dance Party on Feb. 5

Posted By on Tue, Feb 3, 2015 at 11:30 AM

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  • Gettin' kittyfied.

If you've ever been accused of being a crazy cat lady, no worries. Brush that dirt off your shoulders, put on some cat ears, and saunter over to Club Congress on Thursday for a very special cat-themed dance party. The Girl Party crew is taking over Opti Club, giving you the opportunity to put on your best cat costume and dance around with like-minded feline fanatics. 

Entry is $3 (or free if you're an Opti Club member). Since the event is a benefit for Hermitage No-Kill Cat Shelter, so you can feel good about dropping that three spot. Plus, DJs ENTYCE, Mother Tierra, Plastic Disease and B-RAD will be pumping out the jams from 9 p.m. until 2 a.m. so you're basically paying less than a dollar per DJ—what a deal!

Facepainting will be done on-site by donation and a photo booth will be there so you can snap some sweet pics of you all meowed up. 


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