Celebrate Salsa March 4 at the Old Methodist Meeting House

Prom coming up? Is there a Wedding in your future, a gala, perhaps? Its practically Spring for Pete's sake... time to get out and dance!

Now is the time to Celebrate Salsa. Wareham Dances, a program of Cultural Connection, Inc. with support from the Wareham Historical Society invites you to Celebrate Salsa, a night of Latin dancing in our new location at 495 Main St. in Wareham known as the Old Quaker Meeting House. Celebrate Salsa now features champion dance instructor, Diane O'Day and Ryan Costa, from Paris Academy of Ballroom Dancing in Taunton, MA. These seasoned dance professionals will teach and lead Salsa, Bachata, Merengue and other Latin dances.

Lessons begin at 6:45 followed by social dancing until 10:00. Suggested donations are as follows: Adults $12. Seniors & Students (Valid ID for high school & college required) $8. A one year membership to the Cultural Connection, Inc. is free with the first admission donation of the year. Members are entitled to special deals and discounts throughout 2017 at all Cultural Connection events including Fourth Saturday Contra Dances, the Free Onset Film Festival and the Onset Kite Festival. (See culturalconnecting.org for event, membership & program support details.)

 

This Cultural Connection program is brought to you in part by the Wareham Community Events Committee. We partner with Onset Bay Association, the United Way of Greater New Bedford, the Wareham Cultural Council, the Legal Center for Nonprofits of New Bedford and the Wareham Boys & Girls Club with major funding from Eastern Bank, Terry's Home Oil, Lindsey's Family Restaurant, Wareham Village Funeral Home, Cranberry Self Storage, Salerno's Seaside Function Hall and other local businesses.

The Cultural Connection, Inc., is a broad spectrum, charitable, tax exempt, tax deductible organization whose purpose is creating, connecting & preserving public cultural assets and related infrastructure for the benefit of Greater Wareham, consistent with the larger aims of the town and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Its focus of activity is known as Creative PlaceMaking. Creative PlaceMaking is the ongoing activities that facilitate feelings of vibrancy, unity and self esteem of and amongst a community's residents, visitors and businesses by diligently employing imaginative use of various cultural assets that make up and define specific areas.

Please see our website for giving options at: culturalconnecting.org or call 508 COOL104 (508 266-5104).

Comments (1)
Posted by: Cultural Agent | Feb 27, 2017 00:38

Social dancing, and Latin dancing especially, has many physical and mental health benefits. Researchers at the Mayo Clinic have found that social dancing reduces the feeling of stress, increases energy, improves muscle tone and can even improve one’s coordination. The National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute has also reported that social dancing can lead to lower risks of heart disease, decrease blood pressure and help people in maintain fitness.



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