Sequim variety show to feature dance troupe

The Olympic Mountain Cloggers dance troupe is featured at the next Your Community Variety Show, set for 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 16 at the old Dungeness Schoolhouse, 657 Towne Road. Michael Bunnell, producer and host of the monthly program, says this is the first dance act to be booked since the show started last September.

The Olympic Mountain Cloggers have been dancing in Sequim since 1985.

The four-piece band Farmstrong, well-known for a mix of music often billed as “Beyond Bluegrass,” will open this month’s variety show. Other acts include Nightingale (music as the language of the soul), Derek Stallman (Scottish fiddle tunes) and Olympic Generations (a little slice of Americana).

The show normally has up to 10 acts but has been limited to seven this month because several acts will run longer than usual.

There is no charge for admission to the show. Email to sbayprod@olypen.com or call 360-681-2686 for more information.

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