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It’s Fair time!

Western Massachusetts wouldn’t be itself without the many country fairs!

You can find us at these events!  Come and watch!  Clap and stomp your feet along with us!  Watch us while you eat your fried dough, huge donuts and your other favorites!

Three County Fair.   Sunday, September 1. at 5:00 pm on the Falcetti Music Stage (Barn 3) 

By the way, it’s Military Appreciation Day at the Three County on Sunday – tell a veteran friend.  Check out the website for more details.

 

Franklin County Fair Parade. Thursday, September 5. — 5 pm, downtown Greenfield

Franklin County Fair.   Sunday, September 8 at 1:15 pm.

You can buy your tickets to the fair early and save a little money – check out the website.

The Big E.  Tuesday, September 24 at 6:00 pm

Always something wonderful to do here – before or after we dance, of course!

See you there!

Yes, when we’re in the parade, we dance on a moving truck! Come see it decorated and us doing our steps as it moves!

Happy Independence Day!

We’re fairly busy this time of year with demos at local Senior Housing and assisted living centers.

One of our favorite events is in Readsboro, Vermont where we join the parade, and do a demo on their pavilion stage and enjoy their chicken bbq!

And, just as enjoyable and a real honor and privilege to entertain some of nation’s veterans at the Holyoke Soldiers Home!  We met a friend, Althea, who was once a line dancer and a soldier – joining us here in our group photo!

And, here are a few of our  audience members, who clapped, and hollered and danced in their chairs!

 

Oh me, oh my oh – new season begins!

Here’s a couple of pictures from the Franklin County Spring Parade.  The theme was Magic and Santa agreed to come down from the North Pole to get a little sunshine.  Although I believe he brought a little of the cold air with him, as we had to wear long sleeves under our outfits to stay warm – even though we were dancing, it was a bit chilly!

We won a First Prize Ribbon as well!

Welcome to Turners Falls, Santa and company!

 

This past Saturday, we danced at Elaine Manor, in Hadley, where we had a huge crowd of enthusiastic seniors!  It was our first demo with our new dances this year — let’s just say we all agree we could use a bit more practice!   Oh me oh my oh!