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11th Annual Father/Daughter Valentine Dance to be Held

Posted by thowens on January 19, 2015

The City of Auburn’s Parks and Recreation Department is hosting the 11th annual Father/Daughter Valentine Dance on February 6, 2015.

The dance will be held at the National Military History Center from 6:30-8:30 p.m. and  feature music, dancing, games, photos and refreshments. Activities are geared for children ages 3–10 (and their grown-up escorts!). You can register by visiting the Parks and Recreation Office at 1500 S. Cedar St.

Cost:

  • Before January 30: $20 (couple) + $10 for each additional daughter
  • After January 31: $25 ( couple) + $10 for each additional daughter

Please note that tickets must be purchased in advance. None will be sold at the door.

The Valentine’s Dance is just one of the many special programs offered by the Auburn Parks and Recreation Department. Throughout the year, the department offers multiple opportunities and resources for the community to grow, learn and explore.

For more information, contact the park office at 925-2997.

 
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