February 26, 2017

Check it out-- this Sunday, we'll add some
blues
to the program! These musicians play the blues like nobody's bizness-- In fact they ARE

Nobody's Bizness

Bob Pasquarello, Mat Clark,
John Krumm, Rory Cohen, Ross Harriss

at

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


(air-conditioned, kosher building)

Directions & SEPTA Bus

Mostly Waltz on Sunday Afternoons

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 Intermediate-Level lesson this month is Blues Dancing with Ret and Peggy. Dancing the blues can be relaxed & easy. Come join us to see how easy!

2:45 - 3:30 Waltz Basics lesson for New-bies & Brusher-uppers with Michael and Fran...more

3:30 - 6:00 Dancing to Live Music, starting with a waltz mixer
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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Mostly Waltz '17 dates

Feb 26  ~  March 26

April 30 ~  May 28 ~ June 25

July tba ~ Aug 27

Sept 24 in Princeton, NJ

others t.b.a. in June

SEPTA Bus Schedule

SEPTA has buses going to Lawrence Park Shopping Center (near Felinton Hall) on Sundays

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April 8 - waltz workshop

April 22 - swing workshop

May 19 - 22 workshops

 

 

 

 

 

 



 
   
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