Square dancers roll through some moves during a dance party put on by the Country Cousins club at the Colwood Community Hall on Sooke Road. Another local dance club

Twirlers host open dance

The Frontier Twirlers, a local square dance club based in Colwood, are inviting the community to check out what they do.

The Frontier Twirlers, a local square dance club based in Colwood, are inviting the community to check out what they do, this Saturday (Sept. 20) from 7 to 8:30 p.m.

The club’s home dances happen at the Colwood Community Hall, 2219 Sooke Rd. The coffee pot will be on and everyone is welcome. Visit ft.squaredance.bc.ca or call 250-474-7393 for more information.

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