(ATLANTIC) The Cass County Community Center will feature a night of dancing and music as local musicians return to the bandstand for a big band dance on June 23rd.
Quickly following their recent event at the Heritage House, jazz band Popcorn Button will bring their second dance of the summer to the community. The band is a diverse group of talented volunteer musicians from Atlantic High School, the community, and several universities. Some return from colleges and internships as far away as Iowa City and Kansas City to play at the dances, and they are very appreciative of the community's support of their work.
Dance instructor Jake Auerbach and his mother Pam will once again be offering a guide to getting started with ballroom and swing dancing at the event from 7:30-8 pm. Event organizers are also working out the scheduling of a potential visit from a member of the Iowa State University Cyclone Swing Society. This will provide the opportunity for all involved to learn some new moves in addition to the basics of waltz, swing, two step, and polka.
This dance is a free public event. A free will donation will be accepted at the door to help defray costs of the event. All ages and dancing abilities are invited and encouraged to attend from 7-10 pm on Saturday, June 23rd at the Cass County Community Center in Atlantic.
For more information, contact Curtis Ullerich at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 712-249-2588, or visit the band's website at www.popcornbutton.org.