Hoboken Historical Museum to Celebrate Sinatra Centennial with “My Way” Gala—THIS SATURDAY, April 25
It seems everyone is acknowledging Frank Sinatra lately—as they should. This December 12th will be Frank’s 100th birthday.
But while these fair-weather friends are paying their due respects, few have kept the spotlight on “the skinny kid from Hoboken” quite like the Hoboken Historical Museum.
For their annual fundraising event, the museum is holding their “My Way” Gala THIS SATURDAY, April 25 at the Hoboken Elks Club (1005 Washington Street)—with good cocktails, fabulous food, and the music made famous by America’s greatest singer.
The $150 ticket will help the Hoboken Museum create an exhibit dedicated to “The Voice” and his devoted fans to celebrate a century of Sinatra—who was born at 415 Jefferson Street.
Included in the tax-deductible ticket is an open bar, delicious food by Anthony David’s Catering and desserts by Giorgio’s, plus a special cake designed by the Cake Boss.
Dance away the evening to a DJ spinning the best of Sinatra’s swingin’ music. Learn how to Foxtrot with lessons from Ekaterina Bykova, owner of Bienvenue Dance. The evening will also feature three live tribute performers: two Sinatra Idol winners, Eric De Lauro and Peter Cafasso, plus Hoboken resident and vocalist Barbara Simon.
And Eugene Flinn returns as auctioneer extraordinaire in the museum’s annual live auction of unique experiences and packages tailored for Hobokenites:
A party this swingin’ is bound to sell out. Visit the Museum’s website, hobokenmuseum.org, to purchase your ticket.