Dcs Country Junction
Fiberglass Dancing Bear from Sauzer's Kiddieland Now a Focal Point at DC's Country Junction in Lowell
A towering fiberglass "dancing bear," originally a highlight to greet children at Sauzer's Kiddieland in Schererville prior to closing in 1994, is now a focal point in the arcade area of DC's Country Junction in Lowell.
A rustic jail motif, including rusty bars and "wanted posters" anchors the side-stage space of the main dance floor of DC's Country Junction in Lowell.
What was formerly a horse stables and indoor riding arena in 1975 has remained a popular transformed country music entertainment venue for more than 30 years in Lowell called DC's Country Junction.
It began as a structure intended as horse stables and indoor and outdoor riding arena.
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