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Oliver Twist @ CCCS

Here is some 1920’s terminology to help sharpen your squaring tongue from this era!!

(1) Oliver Twist – an extremely good dancer

Our Thursday, April 5, 2018, 1920’s Club Square Dance had so many Oliver Twist’s from CCCS, Kitty Hawks and Grand Squares.

(2) Now You’re On The Trolley! – Now, you’ve gotten it right!

(3) Flappers – Women & Goofs – Guys

(4) Cat’s Meow – All Evening

Now, You’re on the Trolley, with Tom Davis and Linda Bishop who kept our flappers and goofs swinging and swaying into the cat’s meow!!

(5) Edison – Ask a lot of questions

(6) Di Mi – Goodness

(7) Duck’s Quack – Best Thing Ever!

So, before, you edison this blogger to figure out the di mi of this dance that was a duck’s quack, please view the specs that are the oyester’s earrings:

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Hi. I am a member of Clinton County Country Squares and President of the Miami Valley Dance Council who wants to share the art and love of square dancing. All it takes is one square or round dance to catch the "dancing bug!" It is such a joy!

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