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Left to right, Lieutenant Areaka P. Jewel, Officer Danyle Gray and Patrol Officer Neil Mogerley “hang 10” on the beat Thursday evening during the Fantasy Fest Brick House Funk Party on the grounds of the Custom House Museum, where revelers busted a mighty-mighty move to hot DJ mixes while helping the Key West Art & Historical Society raise funds for the SOS Foundation to support ongoing hurricane Irma recovery efforts. Fest-goers are invited back to the Custom House grounds, 281 Front Street, on Saturday night for an after-parade Fest closing dance party with DJ Buggy that will include a dramatic midnight reveal of the Fantasy Fest theme for 2018.

Left to right, Key West Art & Historical Society Executive Director Michael Gieda and Philadelphia-based Edward B Gieda III spin hot funk mixes during Thursday night’s Fantasy Fest “Time Travel Unravels” Brick House Funk Party.

Afro’s were the “do” choice of the night during Thursday’s Fantasy Fest Brick House Funk Party.

Left to right, Chuck Swift, Key West Art & Historical Society Membership Coordinator Kim Livingston, Toni Fike and Dale Silva, all of Key West, channel retro-groove at Thursday night’s Fantasy Fest Brick House Funk Party.

Left to right, Ashton Ricks, Cameron Ricks and parents Laura and Keith Ricks of Key West put on their boogie shoes – and peace signs and other retro-groove adornment – for Thursday night’s Fantasy Fest Brick House Party.

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 November 3, 2017  Posted by at 12:05 am Issue #241, News, Special Event  Add comments