4th Saturday Contra Dance at the Boys & Girls Club in Onset
Onset, MA - November 21, 2016 - The Wareham 4th Saturday Contra Dance will be held this Saturday, November 26th from 6:30 to 10:00 PM at the Wareham Boys & Girls Club. Caller John Alden will lead the dance with Christine Warren on fiddle, Bob Elliot on strings & things and John Peck on piano & harmonica.
Bring your family and friends! Please come, join the great time.We offer light refreshments. Feel free to bring a favorite dish to share if you would like.
Suggested donation is $8.00 for Adults $6.00 for Students with ID and Seniors
"We love to bring dance to Wareham" Come support the arts by attending and dance to live music with good friends.
The Boys & Girls Club is located at 13 Highland Ave. in Onset/Wareham, MA at the corner of Highland Ave. and Eleventh St.
For contacts and additional information, join our FaceBook Group, "4th Saturday Contra Dance" or visit us on the web at WarehamDances.org or CulturalConnecting.org
There are few better ways to become closer to your family and community than dancing together. In the words of the King Harvest, "You can't dance and stay uptight..."
This Cultural Connection program is brought to you in part by the Wareham Community Events Committee. We partner with Onset Bay Association, the United Way of Greater New Bedford, the Wareham Cultural Council, the Legal Center for Nonprofits of New Bedford and the Wareham Boys & Girls Club with major funding from Eastern Bank, Terry's Home Oil, Lindsey's Family Restaurant, Wareham Village Funeral Home, Cranberry Self Storage, Salerno's Seaside Function Hall and other local businesses.
The Cultural Connection, Inc., is a broad spectrum, charitable, tax exempt, tax deductible organization whose purpose is creating, connecting & preserving public cultural assets and related infrastructure for the benefit of Greater Wareham, consistent with the larger aims of the town and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Its focus of activity is known as Creative PlaceMaking. Creative PlaceMaking is the ongoing activities that facilitate feelings of vibrancy, unity and self esteem of and amongst a community, its residents, visitors and businesses by diligently employing imaginative use of various cultural assets that make up and define specific areas.
Please see our website for giving options at: culturalconnecting.org or call 508 266-5104.