Pull on your boots for a night of good old fashioned fun at The Oregon Garden. The 5th annual Barn Dance presented by Double “H” Western Wear Ranch & Feed Store has line dancing, line dance lessons, a pig roast dinner, and great beer from Seven Brides Brewing. This is a 21 and over event. DANCE ONLY TICKETS: Just want to get your boot scoot on? Admission to the event is $15 pre-sale ($13 for Oregon Garden members) and $20 at the door. Includes admission, line dance lessons, and your first beer is on us! DINNER AND DANCING TICKETS: Get the full meal deal for $30 pre-sale ($27 for Oregon Garden members) and $35 at the door. Includes admission, line dance lessons, a pig roast dinner, and your first beer is on us! BUY TICKETS HERE: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2016-barn-dance-and-pig-roast-tickets-24756576587 If you purchase a dance only ticket and decide once you get here that you want something to eat, no worries! Adam’s Rib will be on site selling Pig Roast dinners. Dinner will run around $17 and typically includes pulled pork, slaw, beans, corn bread, and a beverage. They will also have items for sale a la carte. So bring your appetite! SEATING: Seating at this event is let’s-make-friends-style unless you reserve an entire table. RESERVE A TABLE: If you are bringing a large group and want to make sure you can all sit together, tickets can be reserved in blocks of 8 or 16 and claim a table for your group. This option is only available with the Dinner and Dancing tickets and only during pre-sales. There is a $20 reservation fee per table. Play it safe and stay the night! The Oregon Garden Resort is offering room packages starting at $169. Each package includes (2) Dinner and Dancing tickets, an overnight stay, admission to The Oregon Garden, and breakfast the next morning! Call 503-874-2500 to book and ask for the Barn Dance Package. • $15 – $35 • The Oregon Garden • 879 W Main St, Silverton • http://oregongarden.org • 503-874-8100 @ 6:00 pm – 11:00 pm
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