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Westside Dance Practice Night (Performance Night!!)

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Start the month the right way by learning to dance! Starting at 9pm beginners salsa lesson for everyone bring your friends! Come learn something new, make new friends and warm up with a bit of Latin dancing!

After 9:30pm it will be open practice to music. Come to dance and practice your moves in a non-intimidating environment while making new friends in the process.

There will be 3 special performances around 10:30pm-11pm you cannot miss them!

Everyone at Lines Dance Studio is really friendly you are guaranteed to dance even if you are a beginner. So ladies say yes when asked and fellas don't forget to ask the ladies to dance!

Lines Dance Studio is the only dance studio in all of Oregon with a top 10 finish (two 3rd place finishes and one 6th place finish) in Salsa's biggest and toughest international competition (The World Latin Dance Cup). You will be learning from proven salsa instructors.

Westside Dance Practice night is every 1st friday of the month at the same time same place.

There's a $3 cover charge this month.

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SCHEDULE:
9pm-9:30pm beginners salsa lesson
9:30pm-12am?? open practice to music.

Lines Dance Studio's website: http://www.linesdancestudio.com

HOW TO FIND LINES DANCE STUDIO/PARKING: It's inside the building with the state farm sign *see picture in link below*

http://www.linesdancestudio.com/directions/

There's street parking and you can park behind the state farm building in the u.s. bank parking lot where there is plenty of parking available.

If you take public transportation it's only like 2 blocks from the max station.

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WHAT TO WEAR:

Wear whatever makes you feel comfortable! However do remember you are going to be getting a good workout and will be sweating.

Below are some recommendations.

WHAT KIND OF SHOES TO WEAR:

Good shoes for dancing for ladies: Heels is the norm (they help with your spinning). Avoid high heels if you're a beginner (try with 1 or 2 inches then go higher as you get better in your dancing). If you are interested in dancing shoes speak to instructor Anita for advice.

Good shoes for dancing for guys: Any shoe with a flat sole, dress shoes for guys (non-rubber sole if possible preferably leather sole)

Bad shoes for dancing: sneakers, tennis shoes, flip flops, bowling shoes.

ALSO BRING:

WATER: you might need it. Bring your own or you can buy bottled water there for 50c

GUM: Remember you'll probably be dancing with someone so be courteous.

YOUR SMILE: Nobody likes to dance with a poker face. Show your smile while dancing! Remember dancing is fun, dancing is happiness, be happy!