Music will be provided by Laura Courtright and Craig Gehrig with Laurie B. calling. Beginner lessons start at 7:15 p.m.
Come dressed '40s or '50s attire and learn how to swing dance the night away. BYOB.
Features music by Ryck Kaiser and Peg Shutes with calling by Ted Crane. Pot-luck dinner, 6:15.
New York City-based modern dance group, hailed as on of the world's greatest dance companies performs as a part of the Sem Presents! series.
Choreographed percussion troupe's "Instruments" include matchboxes, wooden poles, brooms, garbage cans, Zippo lighters and hubcaps.
Dinner and ballroom dancing show with local stars and novice dancers. Proceeds benefit Holistic Health for Everyone LLC.
Zumba and hip-hop class. No experience necessary.
Discount dance wear and shoe supply company.
Bar Louis is a stylish, ultra-modern environment for casual and late-night dining, live entertainment and great cocktails. The sleek space was designed by architect William Reute to be “subtle, timeless and elegant.” An enormous Christopher Makos photograph of Andy Warhol and John Lennon sits behind the bar. The rest of the bar has photography by the Hilton Brothers, a collaboration between Makos and photographer Paul Solberg.
Founded in 1968, 171 Cedar Arts Center is a not-for-profit multi-arts community center that presents performances in dance and music, and exhibitions of fine art and crafts, and offers educational programs in visual arts, music, dance, ceramic arts and drama.
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