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Parks and Rec Hosting Annual Valentine Dances

Posted by aprile on January 16, 2013

The City of Auburn's Parks and Recreation Department is hosting two special Valentine's dances in February to give parents the opportunity show their young ones what it means to "Be Mine."

DATES
  • February 8 – Father/Daughter Dance
  • February 9 – Mother/Son Dance

Both dances will be held at the National Military History Center from 6:30-8:30 p.m., and feature music, dancing, games, photos, activities and refreshments. The dances are geared for children ages 3–10 (and their grown-up escorts!).

COST
  • Before February 1: $20 (couple) + $10.00 for each additional daughter/son
  • After February 1: $25 ( couple) + $10.00 for each additional daughter/son

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

REGISTER

Visit the Parks and Recreation Office at 1500 S. Cedar St., or call 260-295-2997

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

 
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