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July 07, 2005|By Mason Marcus

Dance, dance, dance

Whirlwind, windmill and sugar push your sweetheart tomorrow night to Terrence McArdle's Jumpin' Tonight at Boumi Temple in White Marsh. The Friday Night Dance Club, one of the largest dancing groups on the East Coast, invites dancers of all levels to an evening of social dancing. The program begins with an instructional swing and jitterbug workshop taught by Chuck Alexander at 8 p.m. From 9 p.m. to midnight, dancers can test their new moves on the dance floor as they swing to the tunes of Terence McArdle's Jumpin' Tonight.

Terrence McArdle's Jumpin' Tonight, presented by The Friday Night Dance Club, will play at Boumi Temple, 5050 King Ave., White Marsh, tomorrow night. The dance workshop begins promptly at 8 p.m., and the band will play from 9 p.m. to midnight. No partners are necessary. All ages 16 and up are welcomed. Admission is $12 non-members, $10 members. Refreshments included. Call 410-583-7337 or visit www.fridaynightswing.com for more information.

Vintage car show

Take a trip down memory lane Sunday at the 15th annual Vintage Car Lovers Show hosted by the National Capital Region Ford V8 Club of America. The Brookeville show has all makes, models and ages of automobiles including street rods, antiques, customs, trucks and motorcycles. The show will include door prizes throughout the day, food and cold drinks, a flea market, bake sale table and 50/50 drawings. Winning cars will be selected based on the votes of show attendees.

The 15th annual Vintage Car Lovers Show is Sunday, 8 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Longwood Community Center, 19300 Georgia Ave. (Maryland Route 97), Brookeville, Montgomery County. Admission and parking are free. Call 410-560-0237 or 410-239-7484 for more information.

Indie rocking

Be sure to wear your horn-rimmed glasses and argyle socks Sunday for Sonar's indie rock show featuring Shout Out Loud and the Redwalls. The Swedish import Shout Out Loud, recently on tour in the States with the Dears, performs in the wake of the release of its album Howl Howl Gaff Gaff and the U.K. release of A Very Loud EP. The band's indie pop sound has lately been featured on the Late Show With David Letterman and given air play on episodes of The O.C. The Chicago-based Redwalls are on stage after the June release of their second album, De Nova. The band, which draws its roots from the pillars of classic rock (i.e., the Kinks, the Beatles, Dylan), returns from a summer U.K. tour with Oasis to perform its breed of raw classic rock.

Shout Out Loud and the Redwalls play Sunday at Sonar, 407 E. Saratoga St. at 9 p.m. The show is all ages. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at the door. Call 410-327-8333 or visit www.so narbaltimore.com for more information.

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