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Perfecting Hula-Hoop routines in the basement helped you survive the winter. But now it's time to show them off — and maybe even win a prize — at HOOPAPALOOZA V. In this fun-for-all-ages fundraiser, teams of five compete by performing a two-to-four-minute-long choreographed hoop dance to their favorite song. Organizers from the Rotary Club of Burlington provide Hula-Hoops and T-shirts; Larry Brett's Juke Box and the UVM Hula-Hoop team supply additional entertainment. Each team is asked to raise $50 to enter; the proceeds benefit Puppets in Education and Rotary programs that reach kids all over Vermont. Your good turn keeps going around and around and around.

Hoopapalooza V: Saturday, May 3, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Burlington City Hall Park. Register at BurlingtonVTRotary.org or call Michele Boomhower at 793-8303. Rain location is Main Street Landing, Burlington.

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