Square Dance Class

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Square Dance Classes - Fun - Fitness - Friends
Six Square Dance Classes on Saturdays, Jan 25, 2014 to March 1, 2014
9 am to 2 pm (light lunch provided)
Newton Rec Center, Sunflower Room, 415 N. Poplar, Newton, Kansas
Casual attire, no prior dance experience needed, classes are progressive; building on what is learned previously. Couples, Singles, Families Welcome. Hosted by Circle 8 Square Dance Club, Newton, Kansas
Register by signing up at the Newton Recreation Center by phone (316) 283-7330, online, or in person. Only $30 per person (includes lunch)

Square Dance Class

Address : 415 N. Poplar Newton, KS Newton KS
Phone : (316) 772-3880   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : $30

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