Everett Reschedules Daddy-Daughter Dance

February 16, 2019

Events in Everett

The inclement weather caused the cancellation of the annual Daddy-Daughter Dance last week by the City of Everett. Now the dates have been set for next month. Here are the details from the City:


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Celebrate the sweet side of being a father at Everett Parks & Community Services’ annual sweetheart-themed Daddy Daughter Dance – this year in a new home downtown, and on a rescheduled date. Join the party on Friday, March 8, or Saturday, March 9, from 6:30-8 p.m. at the Carl Gipson Senior Center’s Cascade View Hall, 3025 Lombard Ave.

Fathers (or other father figures) and daughters are invited to the popular event that offers a parent-child break from the pressures of school and work. Pick a night, dress fancy and have a ball! Pop, shuffle and twirl to your heart’s content around the spacious dance floor at this new location to songs played by DJ PJ Parsons, including special request tunes.

Multiply the fun with a fancy dinner out beforehand, or plan to attend with friends. This is Everett’s eighth annual daddy-daughter dance. Hundreds of fathers and daughters attended last year’s sold-out event. Light refreshments and commemorative photos are included in the registration fee of $34 per father-daughter pair, and $6 for each additional child.

Register in person at the Recreation Office in Forest Park, over the phone at 425-257-8300 ext. 2, or online at everettwa.gov/register. Please use the father’s name when registering.

Participants who registered for the original Feb. 8 or Feb. 9 dates are now registered for the March 8 and March 9 dates, respectively. Participants who are unable to attend or need to transfer to a different date may contact the Recreation Office before 5 p.m. Friday, Feb. 28, at 425-257-8300 ext. 2 or recreation@everettwa.gov.

Learn more at everettwa.gov/daddydaughter

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