SAVANNA – Modern Square Dance will be demonstrated Sunday evening, Sept. 29, from 5-8 p.m. at the Savanna Museum and Cultural Center, 406 Main St.
Brought back by popular demand, the area dancers will again showcase the fun and popularity of modern square dancing. Curt Brafett will call and Jim Kuhle will cue rounds.
Modern square dancing is danced to a variety of music types, from pop to traditional country to Broadway musicals.
Modern western square dance is an international movement that has moved into the 21st century, welcomes a new generation of dancers. It encourages a variety of dress, from casual jeans to ‘square dance attire’, to prairie skirts to all styles of dressy and casual clothes.
Modern square dance is a non competitive activity, the main element is to enjoy the dance and exercise.
This folksy form of entertainment has a holiday all its own, Nov. 29.
The event is open to the public, free of charge, and any donations will benefit the Savanna Historical Society.