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A formal social event in which guests have dinner, followed by dancing.
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- ‘Much of Saturday will be taken up with a visit to the Mersey River Festival followed by a dinner dance at the Daten Club, Culcheth.’
- ‘A crowd of over 200 people attended the inaugural dinner dance of the Ballina Chamber of Commerce.’
- ‘Tickets will be on sale that night for the dinner dance in the Castle Arms Hotel on Thursday, December 4.’
- ‘She also recalled several incidents when Sinclair astounded guests including a time when he cancelled a dinner dance he had advertised.’
- ‘The club will hold their annual dinner dance in the Seven Oaks Hotel, Carlow on Friday 23 February.’
- ‘This will be followed by a celebration dinner dance in the Seven Oaks Hotel, Carlow.’
- ‘He thanked all those who attended the annual dinner dance in December and for contributing to the auction and raffle on the night.’
- ‘Over 200 people enjoyed the annual dinner dance of Erins Own GAA Club in Langtons.’
- ‘Thanks is extended to all who attended the dinner dance and to Tom McDonald and his band for their great entertainment.’
- ‘The dinner dance will be held on February 18 in the Seven Oaks Hotel, Carlow.’
- ‘The new group will hold a range of fun and fund raising events - with a dinner dance planned for later this month.’
- ‘The dinner dance went off with great success and more will shall be included in next week's notes.’
- ‘On that night the entire parish will join together for what promises to be the social event of the year, the parish dinner dance.’
- ‘Everything in the event will be free, except the dinner dance, for which tickets cost £40.’
- ‘The races were followed by the dinner dance on Saturday night in the marquee.’
- ‘Proceedings begin at 7pm with Mass in Killeshin Church followed by a dinner dance in the Glenside.’
- ‘It is doubtful if Bill missed a dinner dance or event of any kind in Kilbride over the years.’
- ‘Our dinner dance has now been switched to the Lord Bagenal in Leighlinbridge and will take place on March 9.’
- ‘The annual dinner dance held last November once again proved very popular with increasing numbers attending.’
- ‘The event was celebrated with a special dinner dance in the Hazel Hotel.’
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