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The Port Angeles concerts will be weekly until Sept. 8 at the City Pier.
City Pier is a no-smoking, alcohol-free environment. Vendors sell food.
For more information, contact lindseyportangeles [dot] org (Lindsey )at (360) 452-2363.
From Carol Hathaway:
Announcing the first SISTER CITY DANCE between Victoria and Olympic Peninsula dance enthusiasts! It will be at the Eagle’s Ballroom in Port Angeles at 110 Penn Street on July 31st. Guest dancers from Victoria will be sharing the evening with us, and interest is being shown from Seattle as well.
The music and workshop will be provided by DJ and dancer Wayne Hodgeson from Victoria.
7:00 PM---Workshop will featuring Cha-Cha and Rumba Patterns
8-11 PM---Dance, dance, dance
FIRST FRIDAY DANCE PARTY
1219 Corona (at the end of Sheridan Street)
Workshop 7:00 to 8:00
CD Dance 8:00-10:30
Admission: $10.00 for the evening
Some treats provided. Please feel free to bring something to share.
Everyone welcome. No partner necessary
Questions?, please contact: Janice Eklund (360) 379-8052 or email Janice at eklundjlaol [dot] com
DJ'd dance - everyone welcome.
No cover. 21 & over.
Big band jazz.
No cover. 21 & over.
Dinner, music and dancing with a country theme.
From Jan Madison:
Music will be provided by the most popular live country band in the Northwest - “8 SECOND RIDE”!
I realize for many ballroom dancers, country is not YOUR THING. But if you are a ballroom dancer, rest assured you will have plenty of music from which to dance such as Waltz, Foxtrot, Swing, Rumba, and Cha Cha. 8 Second Ride plays everything but Tango!
From the JFFA web site:
Big band dance music performed by local favorites.
The 13th annual Northwest Big Band Concert and Dance will be held at the USO Building at Fort Worden State Park this Friday at 7:30pm. Two bands, with a total of 33 musicians will play swing and jazz.
Elmer Ramsay's band leads off the night. Musicians come from as far away as Arizona and Vermont to perform.
The second band is led by Chuck Easton, with vocalists Mary Lou Montgomery and Jenny Davis.
Admission is by donation.