Rosemary Campbell and Jean Warrington discuss dances as a pastime in Innisfil, and visits to Peggy's Dance Hall in particular. Rosemary recounts having square dances once a month at Nantyr Public School, but that she and the other girls would end up dancing with the farmers since there were no younger boys to dance with. In her later teen years she was allowed to go to Peggy's Dance Hall and the ABC Hall. If she hadn't returned home by 11:00 her brother would come to collect her. Jean recalls that her paternal Aunt and her husband built a store at the foot of the 9th Line called Robert's Store. They lived there year-round and eventually built a dance hall at the back of the store where she would go dancing. She jokes that the location was ideal because the YMCA camp was down the road, so the boys from the camp would come up to dance with the girls in town.