Halton Hills and North Halton newspapers
Letters to the editor...Fans lament loss of line dancing at bar
Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 19 Jan 2007, p. 6

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Dear editor, I would like to say some positive words about the country nightclub Nashville North. Over the years some patrons have attracted unfavourable attention to Nashville North. However, Nashville North is the best country line dancing nightclub in this part of Ontario. I am 54 years old. My wife and I have been line dancing at Nashville North for 13 years. We have been there 300 times on Wednesday and Saturday nights combined. Nashville North has a fabulous, friendly and safe environment for dancers and spectators. This is a place where all age groups dance together in harmony. Any night on the dance floor you could find 150 people from ages 19 to 80. The young dancers learn from the older dancers and the older dancers acquire some of the enthusiasm of the younger dancers. A night on the dance floor is a wonderful experience. I have brought my adult children to Nashville North. Most nights you could find two generations of the same family on the dance floor. What other nightclub can make this claim these days? Sadly, for hundreds of loyal, responsible patrons the nightclub has had to close the line dancing after losing its liquor licence. The original building of the Riviera Club, built in the 1960s, and Nashville North will be lost to present patrons and future ones. To date 500 patrons have signed petition letters addressed to the Alcohol and Gaming Commission for Ontario requesting that the AGCO reconsider their decision. Dan and Debra Middleton, Brampton

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Letters to the editor...Fans lament loss of line dancing at bar