Dawn Dance Weekend at Clague Middle School

. August 8, 2014.
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The Ann Arbor Community for Traditional Music and Dance (AACTMAD), a nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing traditional dance, music, and culture to the Ann Arbor community, is presenting Dawn Dance Weekend at Clague Middle School. The weekend will feature music from live bands, and in the main gym, music from Jamie Platt, AKA, The Sound Guy, along with Contra and traditional English dances, square dancing, couples dancing, and more. Workshops from experienced instructors will be offered for participants of all skill levels. Free admission is available for volunteers who help to set up snack areas and decorations, and discounts are available for AACTMAD members. 

8pm-2am Friday, February 19, 10am-4:30pm & 7pm-2am Saturday, February 20, 10am-3:30pm Sunday, February 21
$22/per day or $85/entire weekend
Clague Middle School, 2616 Nixon Rd.
734-658-8228 | aactmad.org

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