April 18, 2017 > Free swing dance party
Free swing dance party
Submitted By Michael Quebec
Fremont's totally free and fun vintage Saturday swing dance party returns to the Fremont Main Library on Saturday, April 22.
Our first huge swing dance party at the Main Library happened last year, and attendees asked for a repeat. The upcoming event will start with a free swing dance lesson featuring both Charlestons and alternatives to Charlestons in side by side "closed position." Beginners with no experience as well as advanced swing dancers will get something useful out of this fun and creative social dance lesson.
After the lesson, we'll have a vintage 1950's style rock ÔnÕ roll record hop with open dancing to the jumpin'-est jump blues and traditional rockabilly to make you twirl, spin, and swing to. Tell your friends, because the best part is Ð it's all free!
This is the second of three free Saturday swing dance events at the Fremont Main Library for 2017. The last one will be on Saturday, May 27 with different lesson plans for the beginner's dance lessons, as well as slightly different playlists for the open dancing.
For more information call or text Michael Quebec at (510) 240-2732. Stay updated by joining the Facebook event page at www.facebook.com/events/1676584392355622/.
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Saturday, Apr 22
2:30 p.m. Ð 3:00 p.m.: BeginnerÕs Lesson
3:00 p.m. Ð 4:30 p.m.: Open Dancing
Fremont Main Library
2400 Stevenson Blvd, Fremont