Guys, grab your pinstripes and gals don your flapper dresses for a new event on Saturday, Feb. 7, benefiting The Kennedy Center Children’s Services.

Forget the dreary winter and be transformed to the gaiety of the Great Gatsby era. Come be a part of a 1920s jazz evening at the Trumbull Marriott, 180 Hawley Lane. ‘The Speakeasy’ starts at 7 p.m., with cocktails and a silent auction, followed by live music, food and dancing at 8 p.m.

Get in the mood for fun with the Dan Martin Sextet and a private tasting room hosted by Onyx Moonshine with featured cocktails. Dance performances and instruction by Marko Urosevic from the Trumbull Fred Astaire Dance Studio also will be featured. Added attractions include dancing, libations, auction, food stations and a photo booth.

Chair of the event is Christine Mahoney of Trumbull. Committee members listed by town include: Trumbull residents Maggie Carroll, Janet DeBenedetto, Michael and Stephen Donahue, Marianne Haight, Dodi Hesse, Randye Kaye, Jody McLean, Christine Santoro, Marty Schwartz, Ben Strong and Robin Zacks; Fairfield residents Wendy Bloch, Louise Callahan, Kathy Flynn and Laurie Zollinger; Bob Brown of Bridgeport; Deb Kane of Derby, Dottie Kellersman of Huntington, Jo Ann McMullan of Westport, Michelle Re of Wilton, Peggy Ordway of Easton, Jessica Ferraday of Ansonia, Samantha Levin of Brookfield, and Tina Varick of Waterbury.

Generous event sponsors include: Barnum Financial Group, Koskoff, Koskoff & Bieder, PC , and Merit Insurance, all silver sponsors, while Donahue & Brown LLC and G.Pic & Sons Construction Co. are signature sponsors.

The event will help fund the following Kennedy Center Children’s Services: After school and summer supports for at-risk students with behavioral challenges, scholarships for families not eligible for state or insurance funding, behavioral supports, parent and family supports, and specialty arts and science programs.

Ticket cost is $125 per person and can be ordered online at thekennedycenterinc.org or contacting Sam at 203-365-8522, ext. 216 or at slevin@kennedyctr.org.