- Published in: The Local
Even during the day, with posters of jazz greats like Thelonius Monk and Miles Davis hanging on the wall, the dining room of the Grace Agard Harewood Senior Center gives off some sense of a jazz club. But on Friday nights, it really comes to life with music and a pleasantly crowded dance floor.
“This is the spot on Fridays,” said Connie Roberts, 68, who has been coming to Jazz 966 with her husband for about five years. “You get to see people even all the way back from elementary school sometimes…judges, congressman, people I knew before they were this and that.”
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