Last week was quite a week. We had the awards night on Wednesday - which was one of the most successful based on the grades people earned. And we had the photo shoot on Thursday night - which was certainly a positive experience for those who like to be in front of the camera (I am sure that we will learn about when the images are posted and I will let you know when that happens).
This week we still have some action.
First off, the group classes:
Note that there is no class on Wednesday. This is due to the venue on being available. If you normally have a private on this night, then you might want to go to the other group classes to keep up the dance practice.
Also, let me know if this causes an issue for your subscription. Wednesday night might be a major part of the classes you usually do. I can make adjustments to compensate.
It has been a while since we have had a social event. Thus, it is good news that the Party Animals will be performing at the venue this Sunday - https://www.facebook.com/events/323156846781013. Let me know if you are going - I will add you to our table. It will be a chance to dance jive, blues, Lindy Hop, R'n'R, and maybe some cha cha.
Also, remember the Gatsby party in October - https://www.lifesaball.com.au/events/vip-save-the-date/. This will be a chance to dress up in 1920s style and dance to a live big band - not something that happens often. When you book, mention Destine Dance when asked to note the group you are with. That way we will all be on the same table. Thus far, it is me and a number of women. I will do my best to dance with all of them, but I am still just one man. It would be good to have more men come along - spread the word to men you know who would like to join me at a table with a number of women.
There has also been, as those who have been to the group classes know, more women than men of late. So if you are a man who has not been to group classes of late, then come by this week - and the next and the next and the next.
See you on the dance floor
This blog is written by the staff at Destine Dance and is inspired by the questions and challenges faced by our students