Acworth Daddy Daughter Dance

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Acworth’s annual Daddy Daughter Dance takes place on Saturday, February 15, 2014 from 7-9pm, at the North Cobb High School gym. This year the theme is “Dr. Seuss.”

You could not, should not want to miss,

A celebration quite like this! 

It’s that time of year for Thing Two and Thing One,

To dance the night away and have lots of fun! 

With pictures and candy, it will be a delight.

Each girl will have gifts to remember the night. 

If you haven’t already guessed it, there is still time!

Dr. Seuss is the theme, you can tell from the rhyme!

The Daddy Daughter Dance will be held on Saturday, February 15 2014 at North Cobb High School in the Old Gym from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. This dance is a great opportunity for dads and daughters to spend a special evening together. This event is open to all girls up to 13 years of age with their dad or adult male escort. A DJ will be providing music for the “couples” to dance the night away and light refreshments will be provided. There will also be a photographer set up for optional pictures.

The fee is $25.00 for City of Acworth residents or $35.00 for non-City residents. Additional daughters are $10.

NEW THIS YEAR: Day of Registration will only be held if space is available and increased rates will apply. In order to guarantee your child a spot at the dance please make sure to pre-register! Day of Registrations will receive a Welcome Gift and Going Away Gift only if supplies last.

Date:
February 15, 2014 from 7pm to 9pm

Admission:
Admission for two is $25 for City of Acworth residents or $35 for non-city residents. Additional daughters are $10.00 each.

Address:
North Cobb High School Gym
3400 Old US Highway 41
Kennesaw, GA 30144

For more information, please visit www.acworth.org/aprd or call (770) 917-1234.

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Comments

  1. Acworth.com says

    Hi Gloria,
    We called the Acworth Parks and Recreation Department and were told that you must register online no later than noon on the day of the event. There is a link in the post above that will take you to the online registration form.

  2. JaLyssa says

    HI me and my dad might be going only if we know what the cost is for a dad and 1 daughter please type back thank you and this is my last year at Acworth Intermediate so please help me!!!

  3. Rex says

    I have a quick question.. I have registered my daughters and myself on line. I then went in to register for the daddy daughter dance and found that I was being charged a non resident fee of $10 for both daughters however we have an Acworth address. Can you please let me know if there are only certain areas of Acworth that this residency applies too? Thx

    • Acworth.com says

      Hi Rex,
      Our understanding is that your mailing address (city) is determined by the United States Postal Service, however the city boundaries are determined by the City of Acworth. Residents inside the city limits pay property tax to the City of Acworth, and residents outside the city limits pay property taxes to Cobb County. Presumably the City of Acworth gives discounts to residents living inside the city limits because some of their tax dollars help fund these events.

      Here is some more information from the City of Acworth’s website (online at Acworth.org):

      How do I know if I live inside the City Limits?

      There is a difference in having an Acworth mailing address and living inside the city limits of Acworth. The Acworth mailing address can be found in Cobb, Cherokee, Paulding, and Bartow Counties. Having an Acworth mailing address does not mean you live in the city limits of Acworth. The mailing addresses are decided by the federal government, not the City of Acworth. There are even some City of Acworth Residents who have a Kennesaw Mailing address. The best way you can find out if you are a city resident is to go through the following checklist:

      1. Do you live in Paulding, Cherokee, or Bartow Counties? If you do live in any of these counties you do not live in the city limits of Acworth. If you live in Cobb County proceed to step two.

      2. Do you receive a bill from Acworth Sanitation for trash service? If no, you do not live in the city limits. If yes, then proceed to step three.

      3. Click here to see if your street name is on the list of city streets. If so, you are a city resident.

  4. cecee sbabb says

    im soooooooo excited me and my dad are going to dance!!! this was a great idea to have a dance!!!

  5. Lisa T says

    My Husband took our Daughter Last Year when it was held at the College. She was 5 at the time and still talks about it to this day. We heard about the Daddy Daughter Dance at North Cobb this year and I made sure to get our registration in immediately. All Little Girls long to be a Daddy’s Princess. So Dress up your little Princesses and Spoof up the Daddy’s too, then send them on their way. This is the beginnig of her Fairy Tale Dreams which will follow her through out her life. So let her first Dream come true to be with the most important man in her life at this time, Her Daddy. May the one man who is lucky enough to capture her heart one day. Treat her like her Daddy did on this special day. Dont forget to bring her roses Daddy.

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