Sept 14: GATSBY GALA at Swingin' Saturday + Desert Eclipse Blues

That’s right cool cats and kittens – throw on your swankiest glad rags for a 20s style gala affair! Let’s fill the dance floor with fringe, feathers, and fedoras as we kick up our heals GATSBY style!

Please help me celebrate Wendy and Scott Miller as the new Swingin’ Saturday event directors and my final days in Tucson.

Tucson dancers, it has truly been a pleasure getting to know you – please come out to and dance the night away with me!

7-8 pm: Concurrent Beginner and Intermediate WCS Lessons
8-11 pm: WCS Dance in Main Ballroom (with DJ Scott Miller)

8-8:30 pm: Mixed Beginner/ Intermediate Blues Dancing Lessons
8:30-11 pm: Blues Dance in Auxiliary Ballroom (Traditional and Crossover)

COST: $7/ $5 students and Armory Park Members

Future 2013 Dates: Oct 12, Nov 9, Dec 14

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  • Julie W.

    Thanks all for coming out to dance, fringe, feathers, glamour, glitz and bling abounded last night. What a fun night!

    Missed the lessons? Here they are:

    September 15, 2013

  • Klorgh

    I agree with Sherree regarding the Swing music. And the beginner's Swing instruction was not up to par: several of us felt lost. Instructor was not clear, and not in line of sight of most dancers. Blues lesson was great, with lots of new dancers. But most of them left for the larger Swing group room. Might it be more effective to transition from lesson to blues dancing right away?

    September 15, 2013

  • Sherree

    Please note. My reference to the music was for the West Coast room. The blues room was perfect.

    September 15, 2013

  • Sherree

    I was a bit dissappointed. Given the theme, the music was out of whack. I expected more traditional music with some oldies thrown in but I found the music too modern and bar like for my tastes. I enjoyed the efforts made by those who dressed the part.

    September 15, 2013

  • Mahria T.

    Looking forward to it!! Should be great fun!

    September 1, 2013

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