Square Dance Enfield Grange December 16

It’s Happening Again!  Come On Out!
Celebrate the winter season with our next…
Old Time Square Dance
at the Enfield Valley Grange
Saturday, December 16, 7-10 pm  
Live Music by The West Hillbillies
Nancy Spero Calling Old Time Squares
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Did you know that over one hundred people came out to our first Old Time Square Dance in September? You don’t want to miss the next one, coming up this weekend. It will be a great way to celebrate the upcoming holidays with friends. Come out to snack, laugh, dance or just hang out and watch the fun. The Grange has a fantastic dance space with a fabulous wood dance floor and stage, in this historic building. It is made for dancing! 

The Wonderful West Hillbillies – Joe Damiano, Valerie Graves,  Kalidy McMannis, Matt Noonan & Jason Zorn – will once again be playing their great Old-Time music. Enfield’s own Nancy Spero will be calling her favorite Old-Time Square Dances for your dancing pleasure.

Refreshments will be available including hot dogs, veggie dogs, popcorn, peanuts, soda, fruit juice, baked goods by LACS students, and plenty of water! The event is being cosponsored by the Groundswell Center for Local Food & Farming. 

Beginners are welcome!
All dances are taught!
No partner is needed!

Suggested donation: $5-$15

Benefit for the Grange Building Fund

Please forward this to your friends. You can also print out the poster to help spread the word.

DIRECTIONS to the Enfield Valley Grange Hall

178 Enfield Main Road, Ithaca, NY 14850
The Grange is an easy 10 minute drive from downtown. From Ithaca, head west on Route 79. After you cross the inlet on the west side of town, follow 79W for about 6 miles. At the flashing light, turn left onto Enfield Main Road, aka Route 327. Proceed 1 more mile and the Grange is on your right. Parking is free – you can park across the street or up in the lot behind the building – just stay out of the way of the firetrucks!

The Grange is a non-partisan rural/farm advocacy organization founded in 1867. We are working to revitalize the Enfield Valley Grange as a welcoming community gathering space, where folks from all backgrounds and political persuasions can come together and get to know each other, and where we can begin to overcome the divide that sometimes exists between urban and rural neighbors. Membership in the Enfield Valley Grange is open to all, whether you live in the country, the city or in between.  We are also raising funds for needed building needs repairs and improvements, such as handicap access, a new paint job, electric upgrades, and better insulation.

To stay in touch, please send  an email to: EnfieldValleyGrange@gmail.com.

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