Flappers in force at annual RAP ball

Flappers in force at annual RAP ball
Jason and Sydney Love, Robin and Jim Love

There’s no better way to celebrate the Roaring Twenties than at the 5th Annual Bootleggers’ Ball, presented by Riverside Avondale Preservation and sponsored by Riverside Dental.

Guys and dolls all spiffed up in ragtime garb posed next to Clementine, a Model A owned by Al Heyn, member of the First Coast Region Model A Restorers Club, or next to Nancy Ulrich’s classy black Model A.

Jason and Sydney Love, Robin and Jim Love

Jason and Sydney Love, Robin and Jim Love

Dames, dolls, flappers and swells enjoyed their choice of giggle water in period cocktails courtesy of MOJO #4 or other libations served up by Intuition Aleworks and Marlin & Barrel Distellery, while noshing on delectables from Il Desco.

Old-time jazz was provided in the courtyard by Junco Royals, and on the stage by the 77ds, with dance routines demonstrated by the First Coast Blues & Lindy Society and by Chaos Dance Productions.

Sponsors included Traditions Realty, Jim Love State Farm Insurance, Sun-Ray Cinema, Brightway Insurance, Grease Rags Clothing Company, Joy Walker of Berkshire Hathaway Florida Network Realty and Sunny Gettinger. The bee’s knees of an event took place Sept. 24 at Speakeasy Good Shepherd (also known as the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd).

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