Jews' Next Dor

Congregation Beth David's Young Adult Group for Jewish 20 & 30 Somethings

Event: Ballroom Dance Party with Lesson

Posted by challahbackgirl on December 8, 2011

When: 8pm-1am, Saturday, January 7, 2012

Where: Cheryl Burke Dance, 1400 North Shoreline Blvd. #-A1, Mountain View, CA 94043

Always wanted to learn to social dance? For real? Join Jews’ Next Dor for lessons in two types of ballroom dance, and then practice at an all-night party at a great club. We’ll be doing at least a little of waltz, foxtrot, swing, tango, samba, rhumba, cha cha, salsa, nightclub two-step, hustle, and more! No partners required—there are always plenty of people.

Best of all, it’s all free!

8pm-9pm Free Lesson in two kinds of ballroom dance
9pm-1am Dance Party

Specific Directions:
On Shoreline Blvd just North of 101, turn into the Shoreline Movie Theater parking lot. Head straight left (you’re going kinda around the back). When you see the lit up POOL sign, head Right and then find some parking. You want the building with the lit up Cheryl Burke sign off to the right. Let them know you’re there for the Jews’ Next Dor Corporate Event.

Dress: Dressy casual recommended, but anything is fine. Wear comfortable shoes that are slippery on the bottom for the best dance experience (flip-flops not recommended, and tennis shoes can be hard to glide in). We suggest bringing water, though there are drinking fountains and soda machines.

For more information about Cheryl Burke Dance see http://www.cherylburkedance.com

Email us at JewsNextDor@beth-david.org with questions.

Organized by Valerie F.

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