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February 21, 2019

The Cotati Fairy Tale dance brought out the best

The City of Cotati held a parent-child Fairy Tale themed dance last Saturday night and fun was had by all. Emily and Moira Frost, who wore identical dresses, were full of giggles dancing with their father Adam who was spinning one of them on each hand. 

 
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Mastering the art of dance

Jordan Lavulo, a senior at Rancho Cotate High School leads a group of male students as they perform the haka, (a traditional ancestral war cry/dance that originated from the Maori people of New Zealand) during...

A walk on spot for Barbato

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