rise and rave: st. john\'s gets in on morning dance party trend
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It was replaced by laser, cheerful dance music, tap coffee and carrot ginger juice. Not in the mix? Booze.
\"Without alcohol, you don\'t have to stay up late to dance, but you can start your day in a very good atmosphere,\" said Lawrence Bauer, one of the organizers of the event, known as the Awakening.
\"Everyone shows up with a wig and there is a sparkling station so you can put on a little spark to make your morning right . . . . . . Everyone had a good time. \"A. M.
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People get up early and start dancing, saying there is a market for such activities --
Even in smaller citiesBefore 7 a. m.
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John squeezed more than 30 people into the magical circus.
She said to St. of CBC Radio: \"People are giving \'ER \'. . . . . . You don\'t need alcohol to dance . \"
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Power says the popularity of this trend is one of the driving forces to host similar events in the province, but it also fits the philosophy of an organization called Ignite health, which she launched with a friend
\"Our mission is to light up the Holy
\"Through very interesting health activities, John from Newfoundland and elsewhere,\" she said . \".
Of course, it also includes more morning revelry.
\"We will make it something seasonal.
\"I said the next one will be in the summer,\" Power said . \".
\"Make your morning and the rest of the day great --
I think it\'s for everyone.