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DanceFest!: A Festival of Dance and Music Troupes 

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The Vanaver Caravan, the crown jewel of Hudson Valley grassroots dance and music troupes, has been presenting DanceFest! since 1992, bringing together the region's diverse for a blockbuster evening of performance. The 24th annual DanceFest! takes place on February 27 at 7pm at Quimby Theatre at SUNY Ulster in Stone Ridge. Special guests Natyanikethan School of Indian Dance are joined by 11 area dance studios, including Saugerties Ballet Center, D'Amby Project, Barefoot Dance Company, American Youth Ballet, New Paltz School of Ballet, New York Academy of Ballet, Rhinebeck Dance Centre, and many more. Tickets: $18 for adults, $12 for seniors/children 12 and under, are available through the individual schools and at the door. (845) 256-9300;

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