Dances scheduled

The members of the Summerland Dance Club invite all couples who enjoy dancing to live music to attend dances from October until May.

The members of the Summerland Dance Club, originally the Friday Night Dance Club which started in 1953, invite all couples who enjoy dancing to live music, not taped, to attend the eight dances arranged for this season from October until May.

Practise the waltz, fox trot, jive, polka, tango or rhumba steps.

Then join the dancers for an enjoyable, active evening.

The dancing is seasoned with fellowship, prizes and a light meal.

All dances are held on Saturday nights from 8 to 11 p.m. at the Summerland Royal Canadian Legion.

Mark the dates and the band names on your calendar: Oct. 20, Destiny; Nov. 17, About Time; Dec. 8, Kathy K; Jan. 12, Destiny; Feb. 9, Kathy K; March 9, About Time; April 13, Destiny; May 11, About Time.

For further details please contact Ann Ling at 250-494-7168 or George Sutton, 250-494-1804.



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