Old-Time Square Dance
Square Dance will be held on Saturday, July 21, 2018 in the Denton Civic Center on W. Salisbury St. in Denton. The dance features
regional old-time and bluegrass bands, with an experienced caller. There are opportunities for other dances such as
waltzes, two-steps, flat footing, and clogging, in addition to the called dances. Those who just want to listen to the
music are always welcome. Providing music for the July dance will be local bluegrass band The Oak Tree Boys with dances called
by Ken Beck.
Performing for the Oak Tree Boys this month will be
Matthew Nance, Banjo; Scott Arnold, Fiddle; Jacob Thompson, Bass, Daniel Luther, Mandolin, and Tim Maines, Guitar. Noted
for their timing and hard driving sound, the band has provided music for church services, homecomings, family gatherings,
socials, and dances. They have been the house band for the Old Time Square Dance since its beginning in 1996.
The dance is from 7:00 to 10:00 PM. Adult admission is $5.00, and
children aged 12 and under are admitted free of charge. In order to protect the dance floor and provide good listening for
all, dancers are asked not to wear taps on their shoes. Door prizes will be given provided by Denton Florist and refreshments
are available. This is a family-oriented event and no alcohol is permitted. For more information call 336-472-2802 or view
the website at \\www.dentondance.net.
The Old-Time Square Dance is sponsored
in part by Arts United of Davidson County and the North Carolina Arts Council, a division of the Department of Natural &
Cultural resources, with funding from the State of North Carolina and the National Endowment for the Arts, which believes
that a great nation deserves great art.