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Daddy Daughter dance

Get ready to create special memories. Saturday, February 5, is the 7th Annual Daddy Daughter Dance put on by the Cedar Springs Area Parks and Recreation Department. This event has grown every year and is one of the most special moments of the year for many young girls in the Cedar Springs area. The dance is for girls of age 3 through the early teen years and the male role model in their lives. We understand that not every young lady has a father in their life, but they have a male that they look up to and that is special to them. That person may be an uncle, grandfather, older brother, or somone else. We hope that this experience is available for any young lady regardless of their personal circumstances. The dance can be attended by anyone, not just residents of Cedar Springs. It is important that all young ladies can have a night of fun and a chance to make memories that last a lifetime.
The dance is hosted by a father and daughter DJ service, Diverse Sounds, and has punch and snacks for the attendees as well. The doors will open for the event at 6:30 pm at the Cedar Springs Middle School and the dance will kick off at 7 pm.  There is a craft project for each girl to work on with their date while at the dance and 5×7 photos will be taken of each couple and provided after February 14th, this is all included in the ticket prices. Noah’s Animal Workshop will be at the dance offering special stuffed animals to commemorate the night as well for an additional fee.
The event will take place at the Cedar Springs Middle School.  Tickets are on sale now during normal daytime office hours at Hilltop and at the Middle School on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6-9pm. Tickets in advance are $15 for two people, or $18 for three, or $20 for a group of four or more. Tickets can be purchased at the door for an additional fee, $20 for two people, or $25 for three or more.
For more information call 696-7320 or email director@csaparksandrec.com.

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