Spring Tuesday Evening Dance

April 1st, 2014 by Mac

 

BEGINNER SALSA II

Instructor: Julie Pruden
Date: 
April 15 – May 20
Times:
 
6 – 7 p.m.
Location:
 
Draper & Maynard Room 402
Cost: 
$99/couple, $55/single, and $50/student

This class is a continuation from Beginner Salsa I.  Salsa is an upbeat Latin dance that’s fun and easy to learn.  The lively music and variety of moves you’ll learn are sure to put some spice into your life.  If you are interested in joining the class because you’ve had some salsa lessons already, please contact Juli at 744-5848 to discuss.

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WEDDING PREP

Instructor: Julie Pruden
Date: 
April 15 – May 20
Times:
 
7 – 8 p.m.
Location:
 
Draper & Maynard Room 402
Cost: 
$99/couple, $55/single, and $50/student

This class is designed for those getting ready for that special day: the engaged couple, parents of the bride or groom, members of the wedding party, or guests who will be attending weddings this coming wedding season.  The class will focus on dance moves that can be performed on a small, social dance floor.

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BEGINNER LINDY FOR FRANKIE

Instructor: Julie Pruden
Date: 
April 15 – May 20
Times:
 
8 - 9 p.m.
Location:
 
Draper & Maynard Room 402
Cost: 
$99/couple, $55/single, and $50/student

Join the rest of the Lindy Hop World by celebrating Frankie Manning’s 100th.  Frankie was the ambassador of Lindy and was one of the top choreographers.  Learn some basics and we’ll work on the Lindy Hop Chorus in time for World Lindy Hop Day May 26th.  Fun, fun, fun!  Discover what got the joint jumpin’ back in the Big Band Era.  To learn more about Frankie’s achievements:  http://frankie100.com/why-celebrate/frankie-manning/

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