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City Parks & Recreation ‘Daddy-Daughter’ dances in early February

Darla Shelden Story by on January 17, 2016 . Click on author name to view all articles by this author. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. Both comments and pings are currently closed.
Young Oklahoma City girls dance to the rhythm at the 2015 Daddy-Daughter Dance sponsored by the Oklahoma City Parks & Recreation Department. Photo Provided

Young Oklahoma City girls dance to the rhythm at the 2015 Daddy-Daughter Dance sponsored by the Oklahoma City Parks & Recreation Department. Photo Provided

Staff Report

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, the Oklahoma City Parks & Recreation Department will roll out the carpet for their Daddy-Daughter Dance. Two dances are available this year, on Thursday, February 4 and Friday, February 5. The dances will run from 7 until 9 p.m. in the Civic Center Music Hall’s Meinders Hall of Mirrors, 201 North Walker Ave.

The evening fun includes dancing to a live DJ, refreshments, door prizes, photo booth and other Daddy-Daughter fun. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.

“We had spectacular response to last year’s dance so we added a second night,” said Parks & Recreation Director Doug Kupper. “These dances are a wonderful way for dads to connect with their daughters and create memories that will last a lifetime.”

Tickets cost $12.50 per person and are available at area recreation centers, at the Parks & Recreation Department’s administration office at 420 West Main, Suite 210, and by phone at (405) 297-3882.

More information can be found at www.okc.gov/parks.

An Oklahoma City father and his daughters smile at the 2015 Daddy-Daughter Dance. This year's festivities unfold at the Civic Center the evenings of Feb. 4 and 5. Photo Provided.

An Oklahoma City father and his daughters smile at the 2015 Daddy-Daughter Dance. This year’s festivities unfold at the Civic Center the evenings of Feb. 4 and 5. Photo Provided.

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