Saratoga After Dark: ‘Purple’ Rains Down On Saratoga Springs

Fifth annual Purple Tie Affair welcomes 300 to the National Museum of Dance.

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Beth Crane, Maureen Meyo and Lorin Willard enjoy the Purple Tie Affair. (Cathleen Duffy)
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Saratoga After Dark: ‘Purple’ Rains Down On Saratoga Springs

Fifth annual Purple Tie Affair welcomes 300 to the National Museum of Dance.

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Beth Crane, Maureen Meyo, Lorin Willard. (Cathleen Duffy)

Saratoga After Dark: ‘Purple’ Rains Down On Saratoga Springs

Fifth annual Purple Tie Affair welcomes 300 to the National Museum of Dance.

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Teresa and Eliza DiRado, Meredith Charleson and Nate Beath. (Cathleen Duffy)

Saratoga After Dark: ‘Purple’ Rains Down On Saratoga Springs

Fifth annual Purple Tie Affair welcomes 300 to the National Museum of Dance.

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Nick’s Flight to be Healed founders Lucas and Janine Cammarata. (Cathleen Duffy)

Saratoga After Dark: ‘Purple’ Rains Down On Saratoga Springs

Fifth annual Purple Tie Affair welcomes 300 to the National Museum of Dance.

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Christopher Ermides, Meaghan Golden. (Cathleen Duffy)

Saratoga After Dark: ‘Purple’ Rains Down On Saratoga Springs

Fifth annual Purple Tie Affair welcomes 300 to the National Museum of Dance.

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The Accents Band. (Cathleen Duffy)

Saratoga After Dark: ‘Purple’ Rains Down On Saratoga Springs

Fifth annual Purple Tie Affair welcomes 300 to the National Museum of Dance.

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Museum of Dance Director Laura DiRado and Jo Ambrosia. (Cathleen Duffy)

Saratoga After Dark: ‘Purple’ Rains Down On Saratoga Springs

Fifth annual Purple Tie Affair welcomes 300 to the National Museum of Dance.

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Kate Barnhart, Maureen O’Brien, Laura Petrovick, Laura DiRado, Bob Bellizzi, Heather Ford, Courtney Remington and Kathy Pfeiffer. (Cathleen Duffy)

Last month, organizers bathed the National Museum of Dance in lavender-hued light for the fifth annual Purple Tie Affair to benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and Nick’s Fight to be Healed Foundation for pediatric cancer. Some 300 guests clad in purple took to the dance floor for this year’s mid-winter “Celebration of Life.”

This year’s special honorees were six-year-old Isabella Caruso and seven-year-old Evan Fronk, who both recently finished treatment for Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia.

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