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Lexington offers Jazzy June Stroll and Cruise

LEXINGTON — On Friday evening, June 17, from 6-8 p.m., Lexington hosts Jazzy June Stroll and Cruise. Activities include music, a classic car cruise-in, line dancing, uptown pig hunt, sidewalk chalk art, shopping and dining – all within the uptown district.
Performing from 6-8 p.m. in the Conrad and Hinkle Square will be the Reggie Buie Trio and Diana Tuffin.
A new activity at this stroll will be dancing in the street; stroll attendees can line dance with Brenda Holcomb and Tracy Cope. Dances include the Cupid Shuffle, Electric Slide, Cha Cha Slide, Cowboy Charleston, Circle Dances, Good Times Watermelon Crawl and Dollar Wine.
Vintage cars will line the four quadrants of the squares starting at 6 p.m. Car owners should register in the green tent in the square starting at 5:30 and cars should be in place by 6:15. A prize will be awarded to the oldest car registered.
In the Monument Square will be a children’s sidewalk chalk art area, and ‘Hoofin’ Maps’ can help find the 32 pigs on the sidewalks or inside businesses in and around Lexington.
For more information about the Jazzy June Stroll and Cruise-In call 336-249-0383, see Facebook or visit www.uptownlexington.com. ?

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