Dancers attending the Kansas City Stomp event over the weekend, including Sarah Brady (center, foreground) of Springfield, learned the Lindy Hop in the historic Masonic Temple at 903 Harrison St. Local swing dance group 627 Stomp hosted.<252><137>Dancers attending the Kansas City Stomp event this weekend, including Sarah Brady (center, foreground) of Springfield were learning the Lindy Hop on Sunday, July 13, 2014, at the Masonic Temple, 903 Harrison Street.<252><137>
Dancers attending the Kansas City Stomp event over the weekend, including Sarah Brady (center, foreground) of Springfield, learned the Lindy Hop in the historic Masonic Temple at 903 Harrison St. Local swing dance group 627 Stomp hosted.<252><137>Dancers attending the Kansas City Stomp event this weekend, including Sarah Brady (center, foreground) of Springfield were learning the Lindy Hop on Sunday, July 13, 2014, at the Masonic Temple, 903 Harrison Street.<252><137> Keith Myers The Kansas City Star
Dancers attending the Kansas City Stomp event over the weekend, including Sarah Brady (center, foreground) of Springfield, learned the Lindy Hop in the historic Masonic Temple at 903 Harrison St. Local swing dance group 627 Stomp hosted.<252><137>Dancers attending the Kansas City Stomp event this weekend, including Sarah Brady (center, foreground) of Springfield were learning the Lindy Hop on Sunday, July 13, 2014, at the Masonic Temple, 903 Harrison Street.<252><137> Keith Myers The Kansas City Star

KC’s Masonic Temple still a swingin’ spot with weekend of Lindy Hop

July 13, 2014 03:44 PM

UPDATED July 13, 2014 10:28 PM

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