Our Show Theme "Studio 2019" was created from the Disco Scene born in the early late 1960's to 1970's. Disco is a music genre and subculture that emerged in the 1970s from the United States' urban nightlife scene. Disco started at underground movement, then the film Saturday Night Fever (December 1977) helped turn the simmering subculture into a mainstream fad, resulting is a 30-fold increase in disco clubs. By the late 1970s, most major U.S. cities had thriving disco club scenes, and DJs would mix dance records at clubs such as The Electric Circus, Ice Palace 57, Studio 54 and Hurrah were popular venues among celebrities. Disco is made up of parts of different musical traditions, including soul, funk, Motown and even salsa and meringue. This is music meant to be danced to and was a precursor to club music, trance and hip-hop music of the 1990s and beyond.
The NDPMA Fashion Show is a Parent's Club Sponsored event. All proceeds raised during this event go to supplement school arts programming and student/parent events.
We have an exciting evening planned for you that we know you are going to enjoy. In addition to a wonderful evening of wine, music, food, entertainment and exquisite company we have planned additional activities to enhance your experience, while assisting us in our fundraising goals.
Our "Wine Cellar Pull" gives our guests an opportunity to win a bottle of wine valued at $25 or more. You just purchase a cork pull, draw it and check the number on the bottom and claim your bottle of wine with the same number. This is a fun event and everyone's a winner.