Whole lotta hoopla in Stonington
Stonington — Judi Ann "Energizer" Jones of Creative Game Parties leads a hula-hoop dance program Thursday on the grass of Wadawanuck Square at the Stonington Free Library.
The hourlong program, for all ages, included Jones leading a variety of dance moves with the hula-hoops, as well as lessons in hoop-twirling and a brief performance.
The activities were part of the library's summer reading program.
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