Seniors Float on Air in Enfield

The Enfield Senior Center hosts a monthly ballroom dance event that draws couples from all over the region. Many from western Massachusetts join Connecticut couples in their 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s to float across the dance floor on a Friday afternoon.

2013.07.26 – Enfield, CT – Former Enfield Police Chief Herb Foy dances with his wife Marge Foy at the Enfield Senior Center's monthly ballroom dance Friday. Photograph by Brad Horrigan | bhorrigan@courant.com

2013.07.26 – Enfield, CT – Former Enfield Police Chief Herb Foy dances with his wife Marge Foy at the Enfield Senior Center’s monthly ballroom dance Friday. Photograph by Brad Horrigan | bhorrigan@courant.com

2013.07.26 – Enfield, CT – Enfield Senior Center's monthly ballroom dance. Left to right: Norman Ringuette, Marge Foy, Susie McGraw and Maureen Condron.  Photograph by Brad Horrigan | bhorrigan@courant.com

2013.07.26 – Enfield, CT – Enfield Senior Center’s monthly ballroom dance. Left to right: Norman Ringuette, Marge Foy, Susie McGraw and Maureen Condron. Photograph by Brad Horrigan | bhorrigan@courant.com

2013.07.26 – Enfield, CT – Mena Ronghi dances with her husband Mario Ronghi at the Enfield Senior Center's monthly ballroom dance. The Ronghis have been married for 60 years and are West Springfield residents. Photograph by Brad Horrigan | bhorrigan@courant.com

2013.07.26 – Enfield, CT – Mena Ronghi dances with her husband Mario Ronghi at the Enfield Senior Center’s monthly ballroom dance. The Ronghis have been married for 60 years and are West Springfield residents. Photograph by Brad Horrigan | bhorrigan@courant.com

2013.07.26 – Enfield, CT – Joe and Evelyn Weidl, married 62 years, dance at the Enfield Senior Center's monthly ballroom dance. The Weidls are Enfield residents. Photograph by Brad Horrigan | bhorrigan@courant.com

2013.07.26 – Enfield, CT – Joe and Evelyn Weidl, married 62 years, dance at the Enfield Senior Center’s monthly ballroom dance. The Weidls are Enfield residents. Photograph by Brad Horrigan | bhorrigan@courant.com

 

 

 

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