Aldergrove Old Time Dances return

Bring your dancing shoes and your partner to the Aldergrove OAP Hall

Grab your dancing shoes and your partner, the weekly Old Time Dances are starting again at the Aldergrove OAP Hall.

Live music is provided by a rotating list of popular local bands, which perform from 1 to 4 p.m. on selected Saturdays, and the occasional Friday if the hall is booked for another event.

The friendly get-togethers cost a mere $6 per person, and this includes coffee, tea and snacks.

The upcoming schedule includes:

Sept. 1 – Windy Mountain Band

Friday, Sept. 7 – Windy Mountain Band

Sept. 8 – No Dance (Car Show)

Sept. 15 – No Dance (Gem Show)

Sept. 22 – Ukrainian Prairie Band

Sept. 29 – Central Fraser Valley Fiddlers

Oct. 06 – Ukrainian Prairie Band

Oct. 13 – Hazelmere Heritage

Oct. 20 – Windy Mountain Band

Oct. 27 – Hazelmere Heritage Fiddlers

The Aldergrove OAP Hall is located at 3015 273rd St., Aldergrove.

 

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