New to dancing and not sure where to start? Come out Thursday the 18th for a free Newbie Class showing the basics of the incredibly popular Salsa and the romantic Bachata!
This class is completely free, and a great way to see what dancing is like!
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It was fun, but would have been better if everyone who RSVPed had come.
0 · April 19, 2013
Meetup needs a maybe option. Or is there another way to get reminders?
1 · April 19, 2013
The phone app has reminders. And it would be nice to be able to choose "maybe!"
0 · April 20, 2013
It was fun but short lived
Kind of rushed started after 6 ended before 7 but what can u expect for free would be good if they could arrange or rally for more men to come out so the girls don't have to dance lead with each other the beginners class last Friday gave u way more on the salsa and bachata but like we know it was free they should also be specific about how many beginners free lessons you get if they are samples for the paid classes let people know so they don't drive across town and get embarrassed because they already came to 1 or 2 beginners classes and now u need to pay. Things are always taken better when u know what to expect and u don't feel forced or put on the spot.
0 · April 18, 2013
There certainly were not 29 members there! I am a slightly better than intermediate salsa dancer but I went to see if I could meet some members. Maybe it was the wrong venue!
Is there another woman that would be driving in from Brunswick Georgia that would be interested in car pooling. I am right off of exit 29 95 north
Be there or be square
0 · April 16, 2013
Can't wait to learn some moves!
0 · April 14, 2013
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A great way to make new friends and meet new people with an interest in Latin Dancing!
In our classes we always start with the basics! So if you've never danced, you will pick it up after a few classes.
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