We're throwing a Tiki Practice Party! Dust off your best fez and head over to Center for Ballroom and Dance for a night of tasty bites and fancy footwork!
Not to be confused with a luau, Tiki culture speaks of a 1940's - 1960's era of nostalgia. Think South Pacific or Gilligan's Island.
Wondering what to wear? The general focus should be on hip and chic lounge wear over beach tropical: tapered pants, and skinny ties; a leopard print or red smoking jacket; and vintage cocktail and cheongsam dresses. The ladies may choose to don flower hair clips. Guys - no Tiki party is complete without at least one fez! Don't forget the cool sunglasses. Other options: muumuus, pedal pushers, kitten heels, sarongs. And for the guys: slicked-back hair. Feel free to get creative!
Stop by for the group class before the party starts. Cinnamon will be teaching Bachata from 7:00-7:45 p.m. Free to new clients or $25 for returning client drop in.
Open to the public.
All skill levels welcome!
Can't wait to see everyone!
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