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Creeping out of coffins, caves and cauldrons, Lansing’s witches and war-locks saddle up on their broomsticks flying toward Cedar Street to conjure up a boogie extravaganza. Dress up in a costume and learn to swing dance in a free class taught by Maggie Robinson and Hannah Livingston, before grooving the night away to swing and blues selections.
Admission grants a vote for the costume contest and the first place winner will receive a $25 gift card to Celebration Cinema, a local coffee shop coffee sampler and two free passes to Stomp’s New Year's Eve Bash. Second and third place winners will get $10 gift cards to Celebration Cinema and local coffee shop coffee samplers. DJs include Kenny Schabow, Casey McCoy and Michael Johnson. Stomp is a “social dance community dedicated to preserving and spreading the love for American social vernacular dances,” its website says.
‘THE WITCHES’ BALL’
8 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. $5 after 9:15 p.m. Cedar Street Art Collective 1701 S. Cedar St., Lansing www.LansingStomp. com (517) 402-2497