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Wasatch Wiggle

Salt Lake City

couple dancing in Salt Lake City
Sat. April 20th

Garbett Center
700 North 200 West

Garbett Center Dance
Garbett Center Dance

May 18th

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Wasatch Contras sponsors the Third Saturday Dance in Salt Lake City.   We feature live music by local and out-of-town bands.   Each evening begins with a brief beginner's workshop, and all dances are taught and cued by a caller.   The main focus is on having fun.   Dress is casual.
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The Garbett Center is at the intersection of 2nd West and Wall Street.   From I-15 go east on 600 North, then turn left on 200 West.   Park on 2nd West (east side only), Wall Street, or 7th North.

Time  Dances are scheduled from 7:30-10:30. A beginner's workshop is usually offered from 7:00-7:30.

Prices   Admission  $8  (Ages 3 thru 24,  $5)
 Child-Care Policies 

Wasatch WIGGLE
September 20-22, 2019

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Music by The Gaslight Tinkers:
Audrey Knuth (fiddle, vocals), Jopey Fitzpatrick (drums),
Garrett Sawyer (bass), Peter Siegel (guitar, banjo, mando)

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And Toss the Possum: Laura Zisette (keyboard),
Rob Zisette (fiddle, vocal, percussion)

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Caller: Frannie Marr



Gaslight Tinkers   Toss the Possum   Frannie Marr


More Dances
(sponsored by other groups in the Utah dance community)

Scottish-English Country Dancing   Murraydale Ward House, 6300 S 300 East, 7:15-9:00pm. Thurs Apr 4, 18.   Email for info:   countrydanceinslc_at_ gmail_dot_com

Scandinavian Dancing   Thrice-monthly dances.  See website for dates, times, and locations.   Scandi website

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1st Saturday Contra Dance in Logan   Whittier Community Ctr, 290 N 400 East, 7:30 PM.   Website

2nd Saturday Contra Dance in Pocatello   First Congregational UCC, 309 N Garfield, 7:30 PM.   Facebook 

4th Saturday Contra Dance   First Unitarian Church, 569 S 1300 East, 7:30 PM.   Musicians welcome to sit in with the band.

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