Group classes December
Beginner class: Night Club Two-Step Every Monday - 7 pm
Intermediate class: Every Monday - 8pm Cha - Cha
Monday classes are 45 min. long( if 4 people or less attend – it's 30 minutes)$ 10.- per person
Saturday, Dec. 21 7.30 - 9.00 pm
Free pre-party Merengue group class - 7 pm ( if you attend the party )
Dance to your favorite Christmas music !
$ 10.- per person ( includes group class )
Saturday Night Dance Party
Dec.28 7.30 – 9.30 pm
Free pre-party RUMBA group class - 7 pm
( if you attend the party)
$ 15.- per person ( includes group class)
New Year’s Eve Party, Dec.31, 2013
Full Dinner, Free Champagne at Midnight, Cash Bar (wine and beer), Lots of General Dancing, DJ !
please see our flyer !
Congratulations to Laura O'Brien with her teacher Rauno Ilo! 2006 WORLD PRO-AM CHAMPIONS. Placing First out of 46 couples in World Open Smooth Championships held during Ohio Star Ball in November 2006
Free outdoor dancing events
When asked about a social event that guarantees entertainment most people respond with one that includes dancing. Music clubs, concerts, parties and even weddings are ideal ways of stress relief for most people, especially when these events take place outside and the admission is free. Here are a few tips on how to find the best outdoor celebrations where you can dance the night away:
What better way to celebrate summer than through a free music festival? These events take place all over the world, and if you search well enough, you might find one very close to your town. A concert that offers free admission does not guarantee the most renowned names in the music industry, but it ensures the presence of many up-and-coming bands that play just for fun. It also allows a lot of people that would not usually afford the ticket price to come in and join the party.
Dance school parties
Dance classes are not free, but their public performances are. Look for the events organized by this type of institutions in your area. Go to an outdoor dance school party and enjoy seeing the professionals at work. Many of these events transform into community celebrations, and you can even learn some new moves simply by dancing with other attendees.
Outdoor flash mob events
Flash mobs are social events that do the opposite of their rather menacing name. Many of these events include short dancing sessions in front of unsuspecting audiences. These celebrations are secretly organized by a small number of people and are usually the subject of public performances. Anyone can join in for free as long as they play by the rules. Look for online groups that organize dancing flash mobs on social media and confirm your presence to one of them.
Rauno & Kristiina Ilo