Saturday, November 4, 6:30-11:00 pm in Studio A
As always, first timers get in free and are encouraged to arrive early for our 6:30pm beginner intro lesson.
6:30 Doors Open / Studio Setup / WCS Intro Lesson
7:00 Main Lesson
8:00-11pm Dance Party!
$12, $8 Students, First time Beginners Free!
Saturday, October 28, 7:00 pm at the Old North End Community Center (formerly St. Joseph's School)
20 Allen St., Burlington
Dsantos VT's biggest party pf the year! You don't want to miss this! Enter through our spooky haunted house into Burlington's largest Salsa, Bachata and Kizomba social! We will have a fun intro lesson to start off the night followed by social dancing and music by DJ Bacon. We will also have special guests visiting us from Kizomba Canada!
-No partner needer
-No experiance required
December 1-3, 2017
At the Champlain Valley Exposition in Essex Junction. A unique, unforgettable celebration of the cultures that make up our community. At the exposition, one will find crafts from all over the world, ethnic and gourmet foods, and traditional international music, dance and stories. Local cultural and ethnic organizations provide information about their programs with exhibits, demonstrations and workshops. This annual gala offers a fun environment in which we learn and experience new things and appreciate one another.
We've got lots of private events scheduled this fall, but there are still dates available to rent for YOUR celebration. Call us today at 802-863-6713.
20 Allen St., Burlington. Salsa dancing to music by: Ray Vega with members of Son de Los Montes and Afinque, Mal Maiz, and DJ Jah Red.
Latinamerican song performances by: Marcie Hernandez with Daniel Gaviria; Miriam Bernardo with Jairo Sequeira; Los Pimientos.
Flamenco Guitar by Rob Havens. $20 donation includes delicious Mofongo by Chef Richard Witting (while supplies last; come early for food!) Money raised will go toward deploying solar power generators and funding community health clinics in underserved communities, via Resilient Power Puerto Rico and the Hurricane Maria Community Recovery Fund.