barn dance

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barn dance

1. Brit a progressive round country dance
2. US and Canadian a party with hoedown music and square-dancing
3. a party featuring country dancing
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The YFC is renowned for holding small events such as barn dances which, in each county, would have been held every five or six weeks.
If, five years ago, you'd have said that we'd need professional door staff at barn dances, people would have thought you mad.
A Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association rodeo is among the main events, along with traditional features like a barn dance, shooting competition, pancake breakfast and more.
But in North Wales, police are showing their changing face by organising a charity barn dance to celebrate the opening of a new station.
TRADITIONALLY the only police presence at a barn dance would be when officers pile in to break up a fight between warring farmers.
The station's official opening ceremony will be held the day after the barn dance.
Unlike the barn dance, he'll be in full uniform for the official ceremony.
The Barn Dance is at the Linksway Hotel on July 10 at 7pm.
Most people got up to dance the barn dance because it gave you the chance to get near someone you fancied," he said.
It would be a wonderful community asset to have, as a meeting place, for barn dances, to sink our roots into.
Members of the club meet on the second and fourth Wednesday of every month for barn dances and music at the Sphinx Club, off Siddeley Avenue, Stoke.
Another restored barn will be used as a theater to show McCrea's classic movies, as well as for gallery space, barn dances, conferences and fund-raisers.