Information submitted by Sherry Evans
Dancing around the May Pole might be a tad bit too much like the 1920s for the fun-loving gals of Still Young at Heart (SYAH). Rather than prancing in a circle to dance, our gals will be strutting in a line.
What better way to introduce the newest craze to take over our mountains – we’re talking line dancing!
Karen Waters and Susan Rolader, two ladies who are expert hoofers in all dances of the Western variety, will introduce party-goers to this foot stompin’ frolicking good time. Of course, dancing isn’t mandatory at this Festival of Spring since a peanut gallery is always appreciated.
The SYAH party takes place on Saturday, May 1 at 5 p.m. at the Wildcat Activity Field. No charge to attend, but bring chairs, tables, blankets, your favorite beverage and your picnic basket of goodies. And, of course, your sunny smile.
Even with COVID restrictions being eased somewhat, this event is outdoors so exposure to any nasty germs is limited.
If you’re not a member of SYAH yet, visit the Facebook page Still Young at Heart to sign on for free. If not a Facebook member, shoot an email to Sherry Evans at firstname.lastname@example.org to get on the membership roster.
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