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"1940's Valentines Dance Hangar Dance"

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"1940's Valentines Dance Hangar Dance"

Time: February 13, 2010 all day
Location: Military Aviation Museum
Street: 1341 Princess Anne Rd
City/Town: Virginia Beach
Event Type: band/, fundriaser
Organized By: VBnightlife.com
Latest Activity: Feb 5, 2010

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What is a Hangar Dance? During WWII, dances were held in airplane hangars and they were usually put on as fundraisers for the war effort. A hangar dance is like stepping back in time, join us for a memorable Valentines evening filled with music, romance, and history.

•A live band playing Big Band music from the period
•Professional Swing dancers from Swing Virginia doing a demonstration and mini lessons
•Heavy hors d’oeurves, beer and wine
•All are encouraged to get into the fun by wearing clothing from the time period
•Prizes for the best dressed in vintage clothing
•Special section for people to light a candle in remembrance of someone they knew who perished during a war
•Special recognition to WWII and Korean vets
•Calling all single people – this is for you too!!!
•Singles tables for an opportunity to meet and dance with other singles
•Professional photographer around to take your picture.
Link:
http://www.militaryaviationmuseum.org/events_valentine2010.html

6:30 - 10:30

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Comment by Mary Miller Gentry on February 5, 2010 at 10:24am
Working on my outfit and excited to dance...it's a beatutiful event.

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