Jazz Night At The Huntington Library

Woody Brundage showcased some old-fashioned records and players dating as far back as the late 1800s.
Photo by Laura Stone

The spirit of the Jazz Age was alive and well for ‘Jazz Night at the Huntington’ on Saturday, March 25 at the Huntington Free Library.

Sponsored by Huntington Free Library, Westchester Square Zerega Improvement Organization and Westchester Square Business Improvement District, the evening’s festivities included 1920s and 1930s jazz music, a display of original record players from the era and a costume party.

This year’s women’s costume winners were first place champion Frances Pizzini, second place victor Katheryn Acosta and third place honoree Marion Cronin.

The men’s costume winners were first place champion Joe Regina from WSBID; second place victor Tom Casey, Huntington Free Library president and third place honoree Woody Brundage.

(l-r) Frances Pizzini, Joe Regina and Lisa Sorin, WSBID executive director, dressed to impress.
Photo by Laura Stone

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