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SnoBall teen dance set for Dec. 3

The 69th Annual SnoBall Mid-Valley all high school teen dance is on Saturday, Dec. 3, 2022 at the Oregon State Fairgrounds Pavilion. Tickets are available online for $30, and will be sold at the dance for $35.

SnoBall started as a Sadie Hawkins dance and now is a dance for high school students from all over the Willamette Valley with students now attending as singles, couples, and groups. All high school-aged students are welcome and SnoBall is the only dance where all six Salem-Keizer high school students socialize together along with other valley high school and home-schooled students.

This year’s committee is made up of students from Dallas High School and all six Salem-Keizer high schools. The committee has been meeting regularly and chose disco as this year’s dance theme.

Oregon-owned Dutch Bros has been the SnoBall Presenting Sponsor for five years. Students will have the chance to win Dutch Bros gift cards the night of the event in addition to gift cards from other businesses.

SnoBall details can be found at snoballsalem.com, Facebook and Instagram. You can also email [email protected] or call the Class Act Events office at 503-371-8904.  

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