Tentative Date:

February 27, 2022

Band TBA

 We were so looking forward to the restart of
Mostly Waltz on January 23, but have decided it would not be prudent to proceed with the dance due to the current Covid pandemic situation. 

We're disappointed, but still look forward
to reuniting with all our waltzing friends.

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@ Jan. 4th: we'll be in touch in about 4 weeks to access the situation. We will follow the COVID protocol that our venue requires: proof of
up-to-date vaccinations and wearing masks.
Also, food is not permitted inside the building.

Best wishes for a happy & healthy 2022!!


   

Felinton Hall

Congregation Beth El-Ner Tamid
715 Paxon Hollow Rd, 
Broomall, PA 19008

Directions & SEPTA Bus


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 $15 (includes pre-dance lessons)
~ full-time students $7
~ reduced admission for
volunteers.)

The Program:

@ 12/8/21 - Please be aware that we may make adjustments to the program schedule, TBA soon:

2:30 - 3:30 Intermediate level lesson: style t.b.a.

2:45 - 3:30 Beginner-ish Waltz lesson for Beginners and "brusher-uppers"

3:30 - 6:00: 
Dancing to live music, starting with a waltz mixer

Bring your favorite recordings for the break

All Are Welcome...more
~ singles & couples 
~ all experience levels welcome

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

Future dates schedule

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

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Our 20th Anniversary dance was Jan. 6, 2019
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since 1999....


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Upcoming 2022 Dates

Note that @ January 4th,
all are tentative:

February 27, March 27, April 24

future dates TBA

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