Beth Sarver wants to fund urban arts and teach mindfulness. She also wants to dance. "When Jilly's used to be open and had their Thursday-night dance parties, with Señor Oz and Fat Sal, I used to call it church and dance all night," she says. "I'd come out feeling uplifted and more connected to my community." To bring back that feeling, the TEDx organizer and self-proclaimed "solutionary" artist has started MECCA — Mindful Educators Catalyzing Community Allies — and lined up a dance party. Tonight's MECCA Movement, at the Kultured Chameleon Gallery (1739 Oak, 816-974-8278), is an all-ages affair. A $10 cover gets you the synergistic flow of positivity and creativity by way of jungle juice, snacks, and fresh beats from Joc Maxx and Sike Steez. The party goes from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Search MECCA Movement on Facebook.