Monday, May 16, 2016

Polka Party This Sunday At Legion Club At 4 P.M.

Are you ready to party to polka?

Back by popular demand, the Dorchester American Legion this coming Sunday, May 22, will once again host a polka dance at the Legion Hall.

According to an e-mail sent to the Times, the Little Tavern Polka Band will show you how polka was meant to be played. 

Sunday's event will kick off at 4 p.m. and continue until 8 p.m. 

Only a $5 cover charge and the Dorchester Legion kitchen will be open. 

Chicken baskets will be served, so plan to have dinner at the Legion.

Free-will donations will be accepted.

Proceeds will go to the Dorchester American Legion.

And here's a little trivia: Polka originated as a Czech peasant dance. Historic folklore has it that a peasant girl named Anna Slezak invented the steps one day for her own amusement.  The word “pulka” is derived from the Czech phrase for “half-step,” which refers to the dance pattern of lightly stepping from one foot to the other.

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