Swing dance club will host its annual Masquerade Swing Dance on March 10 in the freshman cafeteria from 7 to 10 p.m. Lessons will be provided and no prior dance experience is necessary, according to president and junior Angela Cosgrove. Anyone is welcome to come; tickets are $3 for a single person and $5 for a couple. The attire is classy; people can wear masks or get their face painted.
Cosgrove said she is hoping for a very large male large turnout, but she is also looking forward for many girls to come too.
“Most people don’t think they would like swing dancing and never try it, but it’s those people that usually love it most. Also we hope to get more dancers there because we don’t just do swing dancing. Ballroom dancing is cool too,” Cosgrove said.
Swing dance instructor Carolyn Wiley said she is also very hyped up for this dance.
“Swing dance club does a dance for all students and community once a semester or year, so this year it is this upcoming Saturday with masquerade as the theme. So we want all to wear a mask, and we want anyone to come and have a great time. We hope more will get a chance to check out swing dancing and have fun doing it,” Wiley said.
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