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Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Camp 107 @ the Arts Factory in 18b...

Just when you thought things were going to be normal in 18b here comes Derek Washington, you know the Las Vegas Style Guy, with a new and exciting thing to do on Friday nights. The Camp 107 film series began last week with the cult classic Barbarella and continues this coming Friday with Auntie Mame. Now I do have to say that Jane Fonda in Barbarella was just so campy. She definitely should have received an academy award for her role as the space damsel ready to save the earth in 40th century. Now Auntie Mame should just be as fun so if you have time to make it down to the World Famous Arts Factory please join me this Friday for some fun and camp!

Yes! Live! Life's a banquet and most poor suckers are starving to death! 
Auntie Mame

Bar+Bistro @ the arts factory presents Camp 107 {cocktails, cuisine & classic cinema experience} hosted by Derek Washington, the Vegas Style Guy, Camp 107 weekly Friday summer event series continues this Friday with the PAMA "Daiquiri" to accompany the Rosalind Russell classic, "Auntie Mame."Come in costume themed to the movie if you dare! Snacks, cocktails to meals are available from Bar+Bistro @ the arts factory. Friday 9:00pm Cocktail Hour, Music by Electronic Music Cafe 10:00pm Experience Begins 10:45pm Trivia Contests, Drink Games Midnight "We're flexible‚ drinks anyone?" Tickets $10 {includes one free drink ticket for the evenings' specialty libation and popcorn.} Saturday Live jazz under the stars from INTERZONE, an improv-based collective, 8-10pm Sign up to receive up-to-date E-news about Camp 107,Bar+Bistro specials and the Arts Factory events at www.barbistroaf.com. ~ Arrivederci 702.202.6060 | Located in the Arts Factory at 107 E. Charleston Blvd. #155 (on the NW corner of Charleston and Art Way/Casino Center) 

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