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Wasatch Contras

Salt Lake City



couple dancing
Saturday December  15th

Garbett Center
700 North 200 West


Masquerade Holiday Ball!
Masks and fancy dress encouraged
but not required

Dancing from 7 to 11 PM
(Note earlier starting time)
Beginners welcome, no partner needed
Bring desserts or snacks to share


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Save the Date:
5th Saturday Dance
December 29, Corinne UT 

Details Coming Later

couple dancing

Wasatch Contras sponsors the Third Saturday Dance in Salt Lake City.

We feature live music by local and out-of-town bands.   Each evening begins with a brief beginner's workshop, and all dances are taught and cued by a caller.   The main focus is on having fun.   Dress is casual.

 Dancers' Responsibilities 
 Child-Care Policies  


Venue


The Garbett Center is at the intersection of 2nd West and Wall Street.   From I-15 go east on 600 North, then turn left on 200 West.   Park on 2nd West (east side only), Wall Street, or 7th North.


Time
  Dances are scheduled from 7:30-10:30. A beginner's workshop is usually offered from 7:00-7:30.


Prices
   Admission  $8  (Ages 3 thru 24,  $5)


More Dances
(sponsored by other groups in the Utah dance community)

Scottish-English Country Dancing   Murraydale Ward House, 6300 S 300 East, 7:15-9:00pm. Thurs Nov 29, Dec 6 and 20.   Email for info:   countrydanceinslc_at_ gmail_dot_com

Scandinavian Dancing   Thrice-monthly dances.  See website for dates, times, and locations.   Scandi website



Send suggestions for event listings to
info_at_wasatchcontras_dot_org 



1st Saturday Contra Dance in Logan   Whittier Community Ctr, 290 N 400 East, 7:30 PM.   Website

2nd Saturday Contra Dance in Pocatello   First Congregational UCC, 309 N Garfield, 7:30 PM.   Facebook 

4th Saturday Contra Dance   First Unitarian Church, 569 S 1300 East, 7:30 PM.   Musicians welcome to sit in with the band.




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