If disco is dead you couldn’t prove it Friday night, as several hundred people displayed bad cases of boogie fever at Disco in the Park on Aug. 19 outside the Levy Senior Center.
DJ Michael Angelo played the ’70s hits and the crowd was digging it – just take a look:
Bessie Floyd was a chair dancer. “That’s the best kind of dancing,” she said. Credit: Richard Cahan DJ Michael Angelo brought lights and 35 years of music experience to James Park next to the Levy Senior Center. Credit: Richard Cahan Friends Sarah Brown (left) and Njoki Kamau danced together. Credit: Richard Cahan John Rudder and Judith cut the rug, or the grass. “Dance is pure joy,” said Rudder. “Just look around.” Credit: Richard Cahan “We came to have fun and relieve some stress,” said Kristin Ross, who was teaching son Gabriel the bump. Credit: Richard Cahan Julia Reyes shows off some old moves to her daughter, also named Julia. Credit: Richard Cahan James Kath tosses his son Freddie in the air. “We came because he likes disco,” said dad. Credit: Richard Cahan “Dancing is important to me, but since I got my walker I can’t do it as well,” said Sylvia Jones. “I used to get up on the floor for every record.” Credit: Richard Cahan