Every summer I like to follow Channel 5 weatherman’s Steve Weagle’s bike ride for the Red Cross from Sebastian to Boca Raton —he always stops at my favorite places—Harry & The Natives in Hobe Sound, Old School Square in Delray, and I always want to be there (instead of my couch) when people hand him one of those big old checks for the Red Cross. This year, the termination point in Boca has special significance—Mizner Park, and Jazziz, specifically, will be the location for the Red Cross’ 5th Annual South County event—the “21 Club.”

And I, for one, love this idea.

I was a kid when Dean and Sammy and Frankie tore things up from Miami to Vegas to Hollywood—but I loved the music, the cool, the whole 1950s and ’60s attitude they brought to showbiz.  So sign me up for the May 29 event that will feature “21 Club,” a Rat Pack Tribute Show at Jazziz, complete with martinis and Manhattans, lavish dinner stations, a creative silent auction, dancing and unforgettable entertainment.

“We’re excited to work with our committee, volunteers, and sponsors to create a different type of event that will enable us to showcase the work that we do every day across South Florida,” says Amy Mauser, regional chief development officer, South Florida.

The event will also honor WPTV’s Chief Meteorologist and 16 year Red Cross supporter, Steve Weagle. We are not sure if he’ll wear a skinny tie and smoke Viceroys, but we’re happy he’ll be there with the other legends.

Tickets to the 5th Annual South County Event are $200 per person and must be purchased in advance. Sponsorship opportunities are still available. For tickets and more information, please contact Anna Erickson at 561/650-9105 oranna.erickson@redcross.org. You can also click here or visit the event’sFacebook page.