Penny's Pin-Up Party Features Classics Cars, Local Music, Burlesque, and More

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Wednesday, August 19th, 2015 at 10:15 AM
Penny's Pin-Up Party Features Classics Cars, Local Music, Burlesque, and More by Ryan Smith
Angelic Cook

Enjoy classic cars? Rockin’ oldies? Local bands? Pin-up girls? Burlesque? Having that kinda fun in the name of fundraising for worthy causes?

Yeah, you say? Well, then, it sounds like Penny’s Pin-Up Party may be the event you’ve been waiting for.

Friday, Aug. 21 is the day, and Cambridge Springs’ historic Riverside Inn is the place for the Pin-Up Party, which features all of that aforementioned fun and more, including live performances by regional favorites Potwhole and Pale Green Stars, along with live burlesque shows by Eliza Sidecar and Dahlia D’Luxe.

It’s all for fun, and all to benefit Purple Purse, a Union City-based division of the Safe Journey organization, which serves victims of domestic violence.

Some of the events are free and open to everyone, while others include an admission cost and are for the 21+ crowd only, so check out some of the Pin-Up Party’s further details before you head south to the Riverside. – Ryan Smith

4 p.m. // 1 Fountain Ave., Cambridge Springs

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