SIXES – The South Coast people Society will host another unfastened Contra Dance at 7 p.M., Saturday, July 28, at the Sixes Grange, 44556 toll road one zero one, Sixes, in Curry County.
Contra dancing is a light-hearted shape of social dancing that is simple to examine and amusing for all ages. Singles, couples and households will experience contra dancing and new dancers are always welcome.
Live tune will be supplied with the aid of the notable Open Band, a famous band made from musicians from Coos and Curry counties. They play a energetic mix of Celtic, vintage timey and modern-day contra tunes. Those musicians, below the leadership of Sharon Rogers, have provided Coos and Curry counties with lively and colourful contra dance track for many years.
Karen Olsen from North Bend, a skilled caller with a few years of enjoy, will educate and then name all the dances.
Side of the Tide Morris Dancers will offer entertainment at some point of the destroy.
All are welcome to this loose, public event, that is alcohol and fragrance unfastened. Refreshments are available. Doorways open at 6:45 p.M.
This could be the third in a series of 4 Contra dances in Curry County this season, all at the Sixes Grange. The following and very last dance is on Oct. 20. Over 70 folks of every age have had an old school precise time at previous dances, accumulating as a network to experience dance, stay tune and each different’s corporation.
The dances are funded by way of The Curry County Cultural Coalition and The Oregon Cultural trust. For greater records name 541-332-9295 or 541-348-2174 or visit www.Southcoastfolksociety.Com.
The South Coast people Society is an all-volunteer, nonprofit organization, committed to the preservation, have a look at, teaching, entertainment and continuing evolution of traditional and historic dance, song and song.