Get ready to do The Hustle in your bell-bottomed pants and platform shoes at the Grace Hospice Foundation “Grace Goes Disco” fundraiser Saturday.
This popular annual event will be filled with ‘70s fun, music, food and some of Tulsa top celebrities helping to raise money for the foundation.
Guests will enjoy food, drinks, a wine pull, restaurant pull, live auction and a dance contest where they learn to “Do the Hustle.”
The emcees will be KOTV Chief Meteorologist Travis Meyer and former Tulsa news anchor Cindy Morrison. The celebrity judges will include Erin Christy, KTUL morning anchor; Chera Kimiko, former Tulsa news anchor; Stacia Knight, KOTV meteorologist; KC Lupp, Mix 96 morning show host; Molly McCollum, KTUL morning meteorologist; Michael Seger, KOKI morning meteorologist; Ron Terrell, KOKI morning anchor, and KJRH morning anchors Daniel Winn and Taniya Wright.
Proceeds will benefit the Grace Hospice Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to increasing awareness of the importance of hospice care, subsidizing the cost of care for patients who cannot afford it and granting special wishes of hospice patients.
Event details: 6:30-11 p.m. Saturday at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, 777 West Cherokee St., Catoosa
Attire: Disco clothes. Think “Saturday Night Fever.”
To purchase and more information: 918-500-9434-6700, gracehospicefoundation.org/grace-goes