News Release, Southern Maryland Traditional Music and Dance
Chaptico, MD- Come out to swing, promenade, and do-si-do to lively jigs, reels, and waltzes at the SMTMD contra dance, on Saturday, February 8th at Christ Church Parish Hall in Chaptico, Maryland.
The Southern MD Open Band will be playing live acoustic string music and caller Jason Little will teach and call the dances. The beginner’s dance workshop (no partner required) starts at 7 pm, and the dance begins at 7:30 pm.
Admission is $6 for SMTMD members and $10 for non-members; (band members and children under 17 are free). There will be an ice cream social during the intermission. Please bring a water bottle to the dance. Go to www.smtmd.org for directions and more information.
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