To jump and jive at Broadford on Saturday.NEIL SWANN July 4, 2014 3:28am
Seymour Rock ’n’ Roll Club is putting on a show on Saturday that everyone is welcome to attend.
Melbourne’s Jump and Jive are going to fill Mitchell Shire Hall in Broadford with sweet music that’s just meant for cutting loose and dancing.
Members of the Rock ’n’ Roll Club are providing a supper as well as friendly dancing partners for anyone who wants to take to the floor.
Seymour Rock ’n’ Roll Club have been running classes on Monday nights at Seymour VRI Hall to perfect their dance moves.
Tickets for the Jump and Jive Show will be available at the door on the night, or can be purchased in advanced for a discounted price. The party goes from 8
For further information, phone Norni on 0427
— Neil Swann
Seymour Rock ’n’ Roll Club
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