On Saturday November 4th, the long-awaited Disco Night benefit dance for the Polish Museum of America happened and it was a success.
The night was filled with tunes from the 80’s spun live by DJ Kamil Bartoszcze, while guests danced the night away on the LED dance floor amongst colorful lasers being projected all around the Sabina P. Logisz Great Hall. Guests were enjoying drinks from the cash bar, food catered by Kasia’s Deli; Montrose Deli and participating in the best dressed styles from the 80’s contest. Thank you Chicago LED dance floor!
Around two hundred guests came for the Disco Night which ran from 7:30 through midnight. The room was filled with laughter and smiles as guests complimented each other on their phenomenal, colorful 80’s throwback outfits and took advantage of the complimentary photo booth. Everyone had a great time and when the DJ stopped spinning people didn’t want the party to end they were having so much fun.
All in all it was a marvelous, unforgettable event here at the museum all brought to you by the Dance Committee chairman Marek Kowalczyk, Jamie Kusmierczak, Jola Kaczmarska-Waltos and Montrose Deli. A huge thank you to everyone who came out and participated and we hope you had as much fun as we did hosting you all!
Dance at the Museum-Disco Night: text by Martyna Maciejewska, photos by Andrzej Brach