11/24 Triangle Singles Club Dance

Come join us for a fun night of dancing and mingling with other singles in a smoke-free, alcohol-free setting. About 90 people attend the dance, and the attire is casual. The Triangle Singles Club requires that everyone attending the dance be single. All levels of dancing ability are welcome, and you don't have to bring a partner. Non-dancers are welcome, too! There is plenty of seating around the room where you can have conversations with new and old friends.

This evening, Dale Tharrington will be our DJ. The admission at the door ($5 for club members*, $8 for guests) includes: a dance lesson from 8:00-8:30 pm, dancing to a variety of music provided by our DJ (shag, swing, two-step, waltz, line and slow dances) from 8:30-11:00 pm, and light refreshments with beverages. This week the lesson is Annie's Cha Cha Couples' Line Dance. After the dance, the night owls may head out to a restaurant for more fun!

*Please note that joining this Meetup group is free, but to qualify for the "club member" discount admission of $5 vs. the "guest" admission fee of $8, you have to purchase an optional $25 annual membership from the Triangle Singles Club at one of the dances.

Directions to Northbrook Country Club: From Glenwood Avenue, turn onto Lead Mine Road (across from Crabtree Valley Mall and Blue Ridge Road), then make an immediate right at the first traffic light onto North Hills Drive. Go about a mile, and just past the first traffic light (still on North Hills Drive), look to your left and you will see two white brick pillars and a sign at the entrance to Northbrook Country Club.

Weekly Dance Parties, Beach Trips, Card Nights, Dining-Out Evenings, Picnics and Special Holiday Parties…The Triangle Singles Club has it all! For over 37 years the Triangle Singles Club has been providing fun social activities for singles over 40 in the area. For more information, see the "Home" and "About Us" pages.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    The dance parties sound like fun, but I'm not sure I can make it. Do I need to RSVP, or can I come last-minute?

    November 18, 2012

    • Donna

      It's okay to come last-minute to the weekly dances. For the dine outs, it is best to RSVP by the day before, so that the restaurant will have enough seating for everyone.

      November 24, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    Would love to bit I'll be out iof town

    November 18, 2012

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