Enumclaw Rotary hosting annual father-daughter dance

The event is Saturday, Feb. 2.

Dads and their daughters will be able to dance the night away as part of a fun evening featuring music, games, crafts and treats.

The event is the annual Father-Daughter Dance, sponsored by members of the Enumclaw Rotary Club. This year’s dance carries the theme, “Once Upon a Dream.”

The event is planned for Saturday, Feb. 2, at Thunder Mountain Middle School. Attendees can choose sessions at 2, 4:30 or 7 p.m.

The cost is $37 per ticket (a father and one daughter), plus $7 for each additional daughter.

Register online at: www.tickettailor.com/events/enumclawrotaryclub/217983.

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