Get in Line for Dancing Lessons at RPL
“Harvest Hoe-Down” teaches line dancing for the fall
Rockford Public Library is changing the ideas of what libraries in the 21st century are all about. From a more popular-focused collection to fun and entertaining programs, RPL strives to create a community atmosphere. New adult programs scheduled for the fall are just one example.
On Wednesday, October 10th from 7:00 – 8:00 p.m., Rockford Public Library will host the “Harvest Hoe-Down,” complete with free circle and line dancing lessons. While a partner is not required, registration for the program is.
“This is something new we are excited about offering,” said Michelle Vosberg, Program Officer at Rockford Public Library. “Our free lessons—cooking, gardening and dancing—are always pretty popular. We love seeing new faces in the library, and hearing people say that they never would have expected us to offer something like this.”
Individuals interested in registering for the “Harvest Hoe-Down” should visit the library’s online event calendar to register online at www.rockfordpubliclibrary.org or call (815) 965-7606 and press option #5. Space is limited for this free event.
About the Library
The Rockford Public Library, founded in 1872 as the second library in Illinois, currently has six facilities, including the Main Library and five Branch Libraries. The Rockford Public Library’s mission is to enhance community life and development by informing, educating, entertaining, and providing cultural enrichment to all people of all ages by collecting information to address the diverse interests of our dynamic community.