Scary theme for Honiton Folk Dance Club
18:30 25 October 2012
Honiton Folk Dance Club will be celebrating Hallowe’en by holding a themed barn dance.
This will take place from 8pm, at Offwell Village Hall, Monday, October 29.
Dancers are invited to dress for Hallowe’en, although this is not essential.
Admission is £3.50. There will be a ‘Bring and Share’ supper and a raffle. Tea and coffee will be available.
Music will be provided by the well known local band the Amycrofters, with caller Ron Rudd.
The stage and band will be dressed for Hallowe’en. All are welcome to join in, either singly or as part of a group. No experience is necessary. The caller will explain all the dances.
Join them for a fun evening with foot tapping music, make new friends and take a little light exercise.
Further information can be obtained from Andrew or June on 01404 46451.
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