FOR IMMEDIATERELEASE: MAY 18, 2010 FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:BOB ROTATORI OR LAUREN HARRIS 216-635-3200, EXT. 3263 OR EXT. 7014 Allemand left and do-si-do to Cleveland Metroparks for this year'sCedar Valley Square Dances beginning Friday, June 11 from 7:30 to 9p.m. at Frostville Museum in Rocky River Reservation and continuingevery other Friday through August 20 (June 25, July 9 & 23,August 6 & 20) - a tradition that is more than 30 yearslong. Caller Frank Koenig gets all ages into motion teaching everythingparticipants need to know to enjoy stepping around the lawn insquares, lines and circles. Bring a partner, come solo, or bringthe whole family to this free program! Square dancing made its way to the United States via the firstsettlers arriving in the New England area and the immigrant groupsthat followed, who brought with them various dances of theircountries of origin. What are now called folk dances were thepopular dances of the day in the countries of their origin, such asthe schottische, quadrille, the minuet, and the jigs andreels. Refreshments are available for purchase at FrostvilleMuseum'srefreshment stand. FrostvilleMuseum is located on Cedar Point Road in Rocky RiverReservation, between Valley Parkway and Columbia Road/Route 252,south of Rocky RiverNatureCenter in North Olmsted. The free dances are held rain or shine - outside on the lawn or inthe barn. For more information, call 440-734-6660. Don't miss out on all the music and family fun, square dancing thenight away with Cleveland Metroparks - part of your life,naturally!