Ligonier Valley Chamber's 11th 'Stroll' takes to the streets Aug. 9
The Ligonier Valley Chamber of Commerce will present the 11th “Stroll” 5 to 9 p.m. Aug. 9. Poodle skirts and bobby socks are optional to participate in this stroll back to the '50s.
Antique and classic cars will line the Diamond.
An informal dance contest will be held at 8 p.m.
Bridget Dawn's Studio of Performing Arts will judge the dancers and winners will receive prizes.
DJ Tom will be spinning '''''''50s records in front of Town Hall from 5 to 7 p.m. Swing City will be playing a variety of '50s tunes 7 to 9 p.m. on the bandstand.
“Enjoy a pleasant evening strolling the scenic streets of Ligonier,” said chamber director Holly Mowrey “Take advantage of our specialty shop's sidewalk sales and local restaurants will be offering savory meals. We invite everyone to bring their classic car and reminisce about the good old days.”
The Ligonier Valley Education Trust will hold a pie baking contest in the courtyard beside Town Hall. Slices will be served after the judging.
For more information, visit www.visitligonier.com or call 724-238-4200.
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