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The free, toe-tapping, foot-stomping hoedown, from 1 to 3 p.m., features live music, garden tours, wagon rides and complimentary ice cream.
A hoedown in Abita was yet another unique and enjoyable event on the camp schedule this year.
Led by guitarist-lead singer Pokey LaFarge, the seven-piece group's set at the Harley-Davidson Roadhouse was part revival meeting, part hoedown and part drunken blues revue.
There are, of course, plenty of genre pastiches in it: soft-shoe, jazz, ragtime, hoedowns.
Some cartons look like advertisements for down-on-the-farm hoedowns, a fantasy of cheery chickens and farm folk in a quilting bee or at a barn-raising.
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Definition of hoedown for English Language Learners
: an informal country party where people do square dances
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