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A night to remember at Gurnee Park District

Published: Friday, Feb. 14, 2014 10:56 a.m. CDT
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Brianna Brincks, Julia Taylor, both 6, and Lochlan Puccini, 3, all of Gurnee, dance to the “Chicken Dance” song during the Enchanted Evening at Viking Park Dance Hall.
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Hannah Hansen, as Belle, and Chelsea Tillman, as Rapunzel, both 14, of Gurnee, dance with little princesses during the Enchanted Evening at Viking Park Dance Hall.
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Saria Thompson, 3, of Gurnee stays close to her mother, Katherine, as she talks with Rebecca Gutterman, 17, of Lake Villa as Snow White during the Enchanted Evening at Viking Park Dance Hall.
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Nicholas Friedl, 18, of Gurnee and Keely Knobbe, 16, of Wadsworth, as the Prince and Cinderella, dance during the Enchanted Evening at Viking Park Dance Hall.

GURNEE – Viking Park Dance Hall was transformed into a ball for miniature princesses last Friday evening for the Gurnee Park District’s Enchanted Evening event. Cinderella, Snow White, Belle, Tiana, Rapunzel and Prince Charming welcomed children ages 2 to 12 for dinner, music and dancing, then posed for photos.

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