Treat your little doll to an evening of dancing with Dad.
Father-daughter dances are a tradition that many families cherish, for chicks youthfull and old, there’s something special about twirling around the dance floor with dad. This Valentine’s Day, treat your little woman to an evening of dancing with dad, and demonstrate her just how much she means to you. Here are five valentine dances for dads and daughters.
Father Daughter Sweetheart Dance
Love an evening of dancing with refreshments, music, pictures, and prizes. Price includes one adult and one child. Each extra child is $Ten.
Location: Goodson Recreation Center, 6315 S University Blvd, Centennial
Cost: $25 district adult, $30 non-district adult
This special daddy/daughter dance includes refreshments, raffle prizes, and professional photos. Price includes one adult and one child. Each extra child is $8.
Location: Douglas County Events Center, Castle Rock
Cost: early registration: $25 resident, $30 non-resident, day of event: $35 resident, $40 non-resident
Sweetheart Valentine Dance
Love a sweetheart dance for children and adults (not just dads and daughters) with light refreshments, photos, and a DJ. Ages one to nine. Reservations required.
Location: North Boulder Recreation Center, 3170 Broadway, Boulder
Cost: $35 for one adult and one child, $20 for each extra person
A Daughter’s Heart Annual Father &, Daughter Dinner/Dance
Now in its 20th year, this special evening for fathers and daughters includes a three-course dinner and a live band. Recommended for age eight and up.
Location: Hotel Eleganté,, 2886 Circle Dr., Colorado Springs
Daddy Daughter Sweetheart Ball
Love a joy night with dancing, light refreshments, and activities. Each duo will receive a commemorative photo and memento. Dads, grandpas, and uncles are welcome. Ages five to 13.
Location: Northglenn Recreation Center, 11801 Community Center Dr., Northglenn
Cost: $60 resident, $65 non-resident, $25 for each extra daughter
Christina Cook is the assistant editor for Colorado Parent magazine.
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