Advocate video: Square dance at the Trinity River Audubon Center

Dale Evans would be proud. Oak Cliff gals Cynthia Mulcahy and Leila Grothe drew about 200 people to the Trinity River Audubon Center Saturday night for a square dance.

The dance was free, including snacks, drinks and live music from the Quebe Sisters Band, thanks in part to and Idea Fund grant from the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts. As this video shows, you really can’t square dance without smiling.


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