There was a throwback to the 1970s at The Argyros Performing Arts Center Wednesday as guests of the Housing Hoopla fundraiser danced the night away to disco tunes while raising money for Blaine County housing organizations.
Sun Valley resident Ali Long hosted and Jamie Antolini organized the event. A native New Yorker, Antolini moved to Ketchum just a couple years ago.
“The first time I saw this room, I knew we had to have a party here. And I wanted to throw a Studio 54-style disco, bring some New York to Ketchum.” he said. “This is a fundraiser for a great cause, but it’s also a party.”