DANCING IN THE MOONLIGHT
This past Saturday Bill Baggs State Park had a Dancing in the Moonlight fundraiser, , for the historic Cape Florida Lighthouse located in the Park.
Dave & I were asked to volunteer at the event, to watch the garbage cans so they don’t overflow and if they did, we were to dump the garbage into bags. Not a hard thing to do at all, We agreed. As it turned out there were other volunteers assigned to do the same thing. We ended up not doing anything, just enjoying a great party! And we didn’t have to pay $100.00 each.
The Friend’s Of The Cape Florida Lighthouse haven’t had any activities or dances since Covid so this party was definitely a success, it was sold out!
“Celebrate with an evening of dancing under a full moon while supporting Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park. Tickets include park admission, moonlit lighthouse tours, live music & dancing, souvenir cup, light bites, soft drinks, bonfire and more*.
“Enjoy lighthouse views of Miami’s night skyline at South Florida’s only Full Moon Lighthouse party. Cash bar beer/wine/cocktails, drink tokens available in advance or on-site.”
We got there a bit early to take pictures before a lot of people arrived. We estimated that about 350 attended this grand event.
The beach by the lighthouse looked so different, with tables & table clothes, with white chairs and lounge chairs. Plus with the lights it looked really amazing.
Let the Party Begin . . . . .
What made the event extra Special was seeing the full moon from on top of the lighthouse.
The moon from the top of the lighthouse and the lighted sidewalk to the entrance of the lighthouse from above.
The party is where all the lights are. On the next picture where the green lights are, you see a tower with a light on top, that is the area where our RV is parked. The city lights you see after that are Key Biscayne and then further out is Miami.
Dave gazing up at the full moon
“The moon was so beautiful that the ocean held up a mirror.” — Ani DiFranco