Next Mostly Waltz Dance

We're in Princeton N.J. on

September 24, 2017

with live music by

Nobody's Bizness

Bob Pasquarello, Mat Clark,

John Krumm, Daniel Beerbohm

preceeded by a Blues Lesson

at 2:30 with guest instructor Shane Clark

at

Suzanne Patterson Center

1 Monument Drive
Intersection of Routes 27 & 206
Princeton, NJ 08540


off-street parking, air-conditioned

directions

Many thanks to Princeton Country Dancers, 
co-sponsor of this event


Mostly Waltz invites you to an afternoon of dancing to beautiful live music. In addition to the waltzes, the program includes other couple dances, such as swing, tango, polka, one-step, schottische, fox-trot, etc. ...more

Admission $12 (includes pre-dance lessons)
(Full-time students 1/2 price; reduced admission for volunteers.)

The Program:

2:30 - 3:30 - Blues dance lesson with Shane Clark that will include how to waltz to the blues!

3:30 - 6:00 Dancing to live music, starting with a waltz mixer, with extra Blues dances this month

Bring your favorite recordings for the break

Singles & Couples ~ all experience levels welcome...more

In consideration of dancers with sensitivities, please do not wear FRAGRANCES. Thanks very much.

Future dates & locations

For more info: 215-643-4397 or 215-512-5051

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Sept '17 Lessons

Waltz & Tango on Mondays

Swing & Blues on Wednesdays

Oct & Nov '17 Lessons

Schedule to be posted soon

Mostly Waltz '17 dates

Note: Sept 24 in Princeton, NJ

in Broomall, PA: Oct 29, Nov 26

Mostly Waltz '18 dates

Felinton Hall in Broomall, PA:

Jan 7, (Feb tba), March 25,

April 29, May 27, June 24

July 29, August 26

Events/workshops

Follow Up Info

August 27 lesson:
waltz twirls, pivaloops,
wedding cake hold
video

more wedding cake moves video


 
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Mostly Waltz is a Phila. area group affiliate of CDSS, a non-profit organization, www.cdss.org


Mostly Waltz is sponsored by The Waltz Project, a non-profit corporation