Decades Dance Party – December 8

The Decades dance party returns on Friday, December 8th!

This one will be a big one as it’s the official Decades Holiday Dance Party!

Come join us at the Odd fellows, San Pablo Lodge #43, Ballroom on Friday, December 8th, after the Vallejo Art Walk in downtown Vallejo.

For this one we’ll be going all out, with songs from every decade in the modern music era, with all the top hits of the 70s, 80s, 90s, 2000s, with even a few Rocking Christmas songs from the 50s and 60s thrown in as well!

We’re doing it a little different this time, instead of having the decades switch over by certain times, we’ll be playing ALL the Decades ALL the time, so you might here 3-4 80s New Wave songs followed by a few 90s songs, followed by a bunch of 70s Disco songs and so on. So no need to wait, we’ll be playing everything all night long in rotating song blocks throughout the entire evening from 8pm to 2am! Just request what you want to hear and we’ll play it. 🙂

Door is just $8 all night long! (21 and over, must have ID)

Featuring….

70s Disco & Funk …..
The Bee Gee’s, Earth Wind and Fire, Donna Summer, KC & The Sunshine Band, Kool & the Gang, Heatwave, The Village People, ABBA, Parliament, Gloria Gaynor, The Jackson 5, Rod Stewart, Diana Ross, & More!

80s New Wave & Pop ….
Madonna, Duran Duran, Prince, The Cure, Whitney Houston, Depeche mode, Flock of Seagulls, Gary Numan, Tears for Fears, Michael Jackson, New Order, The Human League, The Smiths, Billy Idol, Thomas Dolby, & More!

90s Dance & Hip Hop….
Right Said Fred, Tupac, TLC, Salt-N-Pepa, Britney Spears, Vanilla Ice, Haddaway, LaBouche, Snoop Dogg, Digital Underground, MC Hammer, Christina Aguilera, AQUA, Will Smith, The Spice Girls & More!

All the Top tracks from the 2000s+ …
Including Lady GaGa, Rhianna, Pitbull, LMFAO, Justin Timberlake, Janet Jackson, Beyoncé, Taio Cruz, Katy Perry, Drake, 50 Cent, Mariah Carey, Sia, Nicki Minaj, Nelly, Usher, Mary J Blige & More!

Plus some of your favorite Rockin Holiday favorites from the 50s and 60s!

Decades Vallejo would also like to thank our wine sponsor, Vino Godfather Winery on Mare Island!

We would also like to give a warm and fuzzy hug to our friends of animals at The Humane Society of the North Bay! To donate to the Humane Society of the North Bay call (707) 645-7905 or email

See you on December 8th! Ho… Ho…. Ho!

Doors Open at 8pm, Bar & Music starts at 8pm on the dot.

See you on the dance floor!

Odd Fellows Mardi Gras Gumbo & Zydeco Celebration

TICKETS

Come join the Odd Fellows Lodge #43 for a taste of Cajun Country with a celebration of Mardi Gras and Cajun delights.

We’ll be serving up Gumbo, Jambalaya, salad, Cajun themed desserts, Honey Island Swamp Water, and a full bar. We’ll have live music provided by Annie Marie’s Fiddlaround Quartet for you to dance to, and all the fun you can handle. There will also be door prizes and raffles for really cool themed gifts and items.

  • Doors open with cocktails at the Odd Fellows’ Speakeasy starting at 5 p.m.

  • Dinner and Dancing starting at 6 p.m.

We’ll also be giving tours of a historic building in Vallejo – the145-year-old Odd Fellows Lodge Building. This is a fundraiser to help Vallejo Odd Fellows Lodge to keep this Vallejo City landmark functioning and set for the future.

Get your tickets today and save!
Early Bird Discount until February 4th!

This event is hosted by the members of the IOOF San Pablo Lodge #43 of Vallejo, CA. All rights reserved. The IOOF San Pablo Lodge #43 reserves the right to refuse admission or eject anyone that is not complying with safety or standard code of conduct rules adopted for the event. All instructions by Event Staff must be followed.

Stained Glass

There are eight double hung, stained glass windows on the second floor level of the street facing sides of the building.  Some, like the one pictured here, span the 2nd floor and the mezzanine or balcony level of the building.

The wooden window frames on the south side of the building are the most badly deteriorated.  The bottoms of which are badly dry-rotted, compromising the support for the glass.

We believe these windows replaced some earlier leaded glass windows of the same shape during the 1922 building remodel. Lead and/or zinc cames that hold the glass pieces in place typically last about 100 years, which now in 2018 is only 4 years away. The collapse of the wooden frames has accelerated their deterioration.

We may be able to forestall the restoration of the windows on the west side of the building by servicing the wooden frames, but the four on the south side are approaching critical condition.

The Historic San Pablo Hall Preservation Project