Prohibition-era party to benefit Cocktails Curing Cancer Dec. 5

October 20, 2019

Bethany Blues will masquerade as a speakeasy, with a party every bit as roaring as the 1920s, from 7 to 10 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 5. The Noble Experiment party will feature decadence on high display as everyone prepares to party for Cocktails Curing Cancer, a benevolent organization whose mission is to support those battling cancer.

In Delaware, Cocktails Curing Cancer helps a wide expanse of cancer patients and their families. For Delaware chapter founder Lisa Condon, this is a battle that is extremely personal, as she has lost both her parents from two different variations of the disease, and even battled another type of cancer herself.

Condon brings her personal passion to every event she does with the charity, saying, “Our organization brings people together over cocktails to raise money and fight the battle. Just like in Prohibition days, fighting the good fight over cocktails. I am so excited about partnering with Bethany Blues, as they are the place where local people come together and socialize over food and drink. The Noble Experiment party personifies and captures the personality and flair of both organizations.”

Cocktails Curing Cancer has donated over $35,000 to the Beebe Medical Foundation in support of the Tunnell Cancer Center.

As Delmarva Improv Group brings Prohibition-era characters to life, costumed attendees can gamble for a good cause and enjoy the dueling pianos as they explore two floors of forbidden speakeasy fun. Tickets start at just $35. For more information and to purchase tickets, go to

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