46116 Lake Center Plaza, Sterling, VA
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I realize dinner and dancing have nothing to do with the outdoors let alone hiking. But I wanted to post here a time or two to make the "Let's Take a Hike..." meetup community aware of a hopefully recurring event I'm trying to get started on the Imagine meetup page. For those of you who are unaware, "Lets Take a Hike..." and Imagine are sister meetup groups of each other run by basically the same people. I'm only gonna post this event here a time or two so if you have an interest in this event going forward, you'll have to join the Imagine meetup group if you don't already belong.
Thanks for your time
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Come join your fellow Imaginators for dinner, swing dancing and great fellowship. To start out, we'll meet at the Bungalow Lakehouse (46116 Lake Center Plaza, Sterling, VA 20165) for dinner. Then at around 7:00, we'll head to the Colvin Run Dance Hall (10201 Colvin Run Rd, Great Falls, VA) for the Saturday Dance. Following is more info from the Colvin Run Saturday meetup. Please note that there is a $15 cover at Colvin Run.
Here's the lineup:
7:00 – 8:30 pm – beginner West Coast Swing
8:30 – 11:30 pm – Dancing to a variety of great dance music suitable for all kinds of dancing: Waltz, Rumba, Cha Cha, Foxtrot. East Coast Swing, West Coast Swing, Hustle, Country, Tango...you name it!
$15 cover charge includes lessons, dancing, and refreshments
no prior experience needed • everyone is welcome
In spite of being a beginner, I wanted to see if there are any other social dancing wannabe's out in Imagine land other then myself and this seemed like a good way to find out;-) All levels are welcome, from beginner like myself to seasoned veteran. Depending on interest, I'd be happy to make this a regular meetup for my fellow Imaginators.
ABOUT THE EVENT HOST:
Ron has been a lover of nature and an outdoor enthusiast for the last few decades and back in 2009, left an 18 year career in information technology so he could pursue his dreams and passions in nature and the outdoors on a full time basis. Currently, he works as a Sr. Park Ranger for NOVAParks at Algonkian Regional Park. In addition to his day to day duties, he runs all of the parks guided kayak tours and also started the Algonkian Nature Preserve which is a long term labor of love of his. You can read more about the ANP by going to http://potomactrail.org scrolling down a little ways and clicking the graphic of a little girl looking through a magnifying glass.