A night out for dads, daughters

Jessica Gibbs
jgibbs@coloradocommunitymedia.com
Posted 2/10/20

Fathers and daughters dressed to the nines for the Town of Castle Rock's Daddy Daughter Ball tradition, dancing the hours away during their night on the town. The annual Daddy Daughter Ball took …

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A night out for dads, daughters

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Fathers and daughters dressed to the nines for the Town of Castle Rock's Daddy Daughter Ball tradition, dancing the hours away during their night on the town.

The annual Daddy Daughter Ball took place Feb. 8 at the Douglas County Events Center in Castle Rock. The dance was moved this year from a Friday to a Saturday based on event feedback, according to the town website. Fathers and their daughters of any age are welcome at the dance, bringing many families back year after year.

The theme for 2020 was a masquerade ball. The Teen Advisory Group, which helps plan town activities, hosted a raffle and professional photographers captured memories.

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