Daddy Daughter Dance rocks Fairgrounds

Girls of all ages were enjoying their time at the dance with their dads in the sale barn. 

At the Lake County Fairgrounds, the annual Boots and Bling Daddy Daughter Dance took place in the Sale Barn on a sunny Saturday, May 11 evening. 

The event was hosted by 4-H club Rolling Thunder Livestock and all grandpas, uncles, father figures and dads were welcome.

When approaching the barn, faint music grew louder and louder as dads and their daughters headed to the dance. Once inside, decorations and dim lights set the dance floor for a fun and exciting afternoon of dancing. A picture booth was available and refreshments were able to be purchased as well.

Admission was $20 for each couple, $5 for each additional child and $5 for flowers. Those individuals that purchased a ticket before the Wednesday, May 1 deadline received a free flower for the event. 

At it’s peak, about 20 or so pairs of dads and daughters packed into the barn to enjoy the event. The pairs started coming into the barn at around 5 p.m. and  danced until approximately 9 p.m.

For more information on the event and its final numbers, contact the Indian Village at 541-947-2399. 

 

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