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Dance Day to feature classes, demos
The University of Georgia’s department of dance will present its fifth annual Community Dance Day celebration Oct. 26 starting at 1:30 p.m. in the dance building on UGA’s South Campus. The afternoon of free events is aimed at sharing the joy of dance with the university and Athens community. Community Dance Day 2014 will feature folk and circle dance session classes for children and adults as well as demos, talks and a closing reception.
Soccer team to host Kentucky
The soccer team will play the University of Kentucky Oct. 26 at 6 p.m. at the Turner Soccer Complex.
Count Basie Orchestra to perform
The Count Basie Orchestra will perform Oct. 26 at 3 p.m. in Hodgson Concert Hall. William "Count" Basie started the Count Basie Orchestra in 1935. Within a year, America was listening in on radio shows throughout the country to hear what would become "the swingingest band in all the land." In the history of jazz music, Basie is the only bandleader whose orchestra is still performing sold-out concerts all over the world-with members personally chosen by him-30 years after his death. Tickets are $35-$40 with discounts for students.
Today's eventsDETAILS IN MASTER CALENDAR
Community Dance DayDance Building
Volleyball at LSU
Equestrian at SMU
Concert: Count Basie OrchestraPerforming Arts Center
Women’s Soccer vs. KentuckyTurner Soccer Complex