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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Although Ted and his wife have retired from the barn dance fundraising, he will continue playing in the local group "The Fusspots" which plays at charity gigs.
The last barn dance will take place on July 11 at Forest Farm, Marsden.
An array of competitions and fun activities will be followed by a barn dance in the evening.
1 -- color) Sunday's barn dance and cookout at the Los Angeles Retarded Citizens Ranch in Bouquet Canyon raised needed funds.
The centre will also be holding one of its popular barn dances on Saturday, from 7pm.
CANCER survivor Liz Phillips is hoping hundreds of people will turn up for her fund-raising barn dance in aid of the RSPCA.
In April they will hold a barn dance, with a quiz and children's games, at Stirchley community centre.
It originally was dubbed ``The WSM Barn Dance,'' but got its permanent title from its first announcer, George D.
LOVERS of country and western music are being invited to St Bartholemew's Church and Community Hall in Tardebigge on Saturday October 28 for a barn dance.
This will be followed by a barn dance at Stockingford Pavilion, Ansley Road, between 7pm and 10pm.
Autry eventually moved to Chicago and became a regular performer on a popular radio show called ``National Barn Dance.
SUPPORTERS of Wolver-hampton's nationally - acclaimed St Peter's choirs are set to mosey on down at a fund-raising barn dance.