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Swing by the Moran Prairie Grange for a Historic Dinner & Dance

Posted on June 26, 2018 at 6:00 am

Red Shirts Band, 1939 | Courtesy: Moran Prairie Grange

You’re invited to an evening of food, storytelling, and dancing for all ages.

Step out on the dance floor and learn a variety of dances from the 1930s–50s. Mitchell Frey will be teaching and calling the dances. The Prestwold Players perform music that will take you back to a simpler time at the Grange.

5–6pm: Dinner and historical presentation
6–8pm: Dance instruction for the first 15 minutes with music and dancing to follow and a short break at 7pm for treats and beverages

Historic Grange Dinner & Dance
6030 S Palouse Hwy
Saturday, July 14, 5–8pm

Admission is free and open to the public.

This event is a celebration of the Washington Rural Heritage collaborative Moran Prairie Grange digitization project. Exhibit panels with historical information and images of artifacts will be on display for viewing.

This is event is sponsored by the Friends of the Moran Prairie Library and supported by a grant from the Washington State Library with funding from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

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