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HOW TO DANCE KIZOMBA: LESSON AND DANCE PARTY/SOCIAL

Date/Time

Oct 11, 2019
06:00 PM

Description

Kizomba Dance Nation is excited to announce the Kizomba Dance Social at the Tulsa Arts District!! Join us at Chimera to grow our community with the most popular dance that has been incorporated into the Latin scene. Come learn and dance to great music with amazing friends!!! Don't be intimidated we're a friendly group so make sure to introduce yourself to the host!! We would love to meet you and answer any questions you may have. You don't have to be a dancer to join just a willingness and interest in learning something new.

What is Kizomba?
Kizomba is an African dance from Angola characterized by close partner connection moving to catchy seductive melodies. Learn the basic steps and leading-following connections for a unique and memorable experience.

West Coast dancers are welcome to join.
Beginners and newbies are welcome anytime.
Location: Chimera (walk through Chimera towards the back for the Social)
212 N Main St. Tulsa, Ok
Lesson @ 6-7 pm
Cost: $10
No partner needed.

                                           **OPEN TO THE PUBLIC**

                              ** SPONSORED BY THE DANCE PLACE**

              **Follow The Dance Place on Facebook for Kizomba Classes**

Cost

10

Location

View map CHIMERA
212 N MAIN ST
TULSA , OK

Additional Information

Sponsor

THE DANCE PLACE

Phone

918-813-6514

Contact email

TDPTULSA@GMAIL.COM

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