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Class Schedule

Fridays: 7:30 pm & 8:20 pm
Sundays: 7:00 pm & 7:50 pm

Doors open at 6:45 pm both nights.

Special Dance Times
See monthly schedule for dates when our dance space will be closed or dances held at an alternate location.

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Class Schedule

 

"Dancing can reveal all the mystery that music conceals." - Charles Baudelaire
     March 2018    
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26
27
28
1
2

6:45 Open dancing

7:30 Foxtrot

8:20 Salsa

3
4

6:45 Open dancing

7:00 Foxtrot

7:50 Salsa

5
6
7
8
9

6:45 Ballroom Dance Party

John Nagel Hosting

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10
11

6:45 Open dancing

7:00 Foxtrot

7:50 Salsa

12
13
14
15
16

6:45 Open dancing

7:30 Foxtrot

8:20 Salsa

17
18

6:45 Open dancing

7:00 Foxtrot

7:50 Salsa

19
20
21
22
23

No classes

Dark

SDSA Round Dance Festival

24
25

No classes

Dark

SDSA Round Dance Festival

26
27
28
29
30

No classes

Dark

Cesar Chavez Day

31

March Syllabus


Beginner Intermediate Advanced
Foxtrot Foxtrot Foxtrot

Music

For Sentimental Reason, by Paola Fabris

Better Together, by Jack Johnson

 

 

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Beginner Intermediate Advanced
Salsa
Salsa
Salsa

Music

Mambo No. 5, by Lou Bega

El nazareno, by Ismael Rivera

 

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S1

 

S2


Past and Upcoming Monthly Calendars


December 2017
January 2018
February 2018
March 2018
April 2018
May 2018
June 2018
July 2018
August 2018
Did you know? The word 'ballroom' denotes a room where balls may be held: that is: formal social dances. Balls were important social events in the days before radio and television (as in 'having a ball'). The word 'ball' derives from the Latin 'ballare' meaning 'to dance'. This is also the origin of the related words : ballet, ballerina, ballad, etc. Note that this origin is quite different from that of a 'ball': a round object used for games. This derives from the Old Norse : 'bollr', meaning 'to inflate'.