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Beautiful (and Strange) Adventures in FitRec Land

Dance, music, synchronized swimming on tap tonight

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Click on the video above to see what it was like going down the rabbit hole in FitRec last year, March 28, 2008.

Tonight at FitRec, the halls will come alive with the sound of music, and with a few sights not normally seen at the fitness center. There will be tappers and strummers and ballet dancers and more. It’s all part of the second annual Alice in FitRec Land, and admission is free for BU students, faculty, and staff, who are encouraged to roam from performance to performance. The fun starts at 8 p.m. and winds up at 9 p.m., tonight, March 19, at 915 Commonwealth Ave.

For more information, click here, or contact the Department of Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance (PERD) at budance@bu.edu or at 617-353-2748.

Alan Wong can be reached at alanwong@bu.edu.

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