Archive for August, 2013

Date: June 1st

Event: The Starlight Reception at Columbia University’s Annual Alumni Weekend

Location: Low Plaza, Columbia University, NYC

Honorees: Class Years Ending in 3 and 7

Favorite Genre of Music: Everything!!

Low Library 2013 Starlight

Low Library lit up in blue for Alumni Weekend 2013.











What can we say? This party rocks! It gets better and better every year. We’ve had so much fun with the Alumni of Columbia University at their annual Starlight Reception in Low Plaza over the years. Rain or shine, the crowd always brings it and so do we. Can’t wait to rock y’all again in 2014!!

Alumni Battle of the Classes on the Dance Floor!

Alumni Battle of the Classes on the Dance Floor!

Yves loves to call out songs for each graduating class and get everyone going on the dance floor. Everyone gets really into showing their class pride and we get to play songs from nearly every decade and genre, something we at Nite-Time not only enjoy doing, but are great at!

A View From the Top!

A View From the Top!


Another Great Night With PCDI!

Date: May 4th

Location: The Westin Princeton at Forrestal Village, Princeton, NJ

Honoree: Toys ‘R’ Us

We have been so thrilled to be a part of Princeton Child Development Institute’s Spring Sensations fundraiser for the past five years and are looking forward to another great event next year.

This year’s gala honored Toys ‘R’ Us for their contributions to autism research and awareness as well as their direct $40,000 grant to PCDI. Toys ‘R’ Us has continually supported PCDI’s Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention for Children with Autism since 1994.

Over the past few years of working on PCDI’s Spring Sensations Gala we have gotten the opportunity to hear the stories of the people whose lives have been touched and forever changed for the better by the fine work the educators and administrators at the institute do and I cannot stress enough how amazing this organization truly is. It is always a pleasure to be apart of raising money for this very worthy cause.

The evening starts with a silent auction and then transitions into the main ballroom for music and dining. There is a video presentation during dinner that allows guests to get a look inside a specific situation and how the institute has played a role. After the video there is an exciting live auction which features various items from Yankees box seats to lavish vacations. This year they event auctioned off an ATV!!

Once all the items are sold it’s time to cut loose with Nite-Time. We play a wide variety of tunes to get the folks up and moving. The highlight of the evening for us was when someone asked if their friend could sit in with us (which we love) and sing Sympathy for the Devil. We (as always) said sure thing! The man who sang was clad in full traditional Scottish garb including a kilt. He did an awesome job singing and now I’m thinking that song should always be sung by a man in a kilt. Hopefully he’ll sit in with us again next year. I promise I’ll be fast enough to get a picture next time.


He’s going to have fun on that thing!

PCDI Spring 2013

Table setting for the four course dinner!

Thanks again to everyone at PCDI for letting us be even a small part of what you do.

PCDI site