LOCATION: The First Presbyterian Church Parish House, 14 Hanover Road, East Hanover, NJ, a smoke & alcohol free environment
ADMISSION: $12 per adult, $5 per student with Student ID.
TIMES: Beginner's workshop at 7:30 PM. Dance follows, 8 PM - 11 PM (unless otherwise indicated).
Please carry in clean, soft-soled shoes for dancing. Non-dancing children must be supervised at all times. Dance at your own risk.
As they orchestrate our dance, Axel-Lute harps on clarion calling while Jigaplex works their fingers to the trombone. Don’t find yourself in a piccolo by zithering around, call your partner on the xylophone and say cello for a harmonium evening; you’ll avoid sax and violins along with a psaltery and battery. Accordion to tradition, at the end of her performance, Melanie will balalaika diva.
You won’t be able to resist the hard sell by Hartzell as she calls out the earworm let loose by Dr. Twamley’s Audio Snakes. Dr. Twamley’s tunes insidiously enter your ear and commence to snake through your brain like a Roto-Rooter. An MRI will reveal that a Multi Rhythm Interface has been implanted to leave you hooked on symphonics. Diane will scramble your brainwaves with cerebral contras, schizophrenic squares, hippocampal heys and psychedelic petronellas. CAUTION: This is your brain on contras.
Tom Amesse Blue Jersey: Frank Ruck – mandolin, banjo; Louise McClure – fiddle; Ellen Ruck – guitar; John Burton – bass
Toms River of contras sweeps up all the towns of Blue Jersey to Hanover a real Deal. Tom’s Collingswood be enough, but with a band to Rockaway the night, you'll Wanaque up in the center line. Ewing seen nuthin' yet as those born to be Wildwood go Alloway over Andover. So Ironia your Oxford, use your Gillette, put on your Cologne and grab a guy from Manville, a Lacey lady of Verona or your Palmyra. If life Hazlet you down, you're crying Mahwah and you've given up Hope, come Sea Bright talent at the Summit of entertainment for just a Little Silver. Orange you glad Swingin' Tern will have you saying thank you Allamuchy as you land in Pleasantville?