Fourth-graders danced their way from Spain to Sweden Wednesday at Upper Adams Intermediate School as the culmination of a 10-day artist-in-residence program focused on Western European cultures.

Artists-in-residence Nancy Walker and Jef Savage, known as Danza Antiqua, led the program, which included folk dances and fairy tales from eight nations. All students at the Arendtsville school were involved, but at the center were fourth-graders, who put on a show in the gym for their schoolmates.

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