My daughter is participating in a Dance-a-thon to help raise funds for her dance competition season. The money raised will help cover competition fees, costumes, classes, travel and recital expenses. You can make a flat rate donation using the “Donate” button, or you can contact email@example.com and offer a pledge amount for hours danced.
She travels and competes in local and national competitions. Last year she did extremely well, placing in the top 10 of every single competition she went to. She was also a runner up for Ms. Dance Southern California at KAR regionals in Redondo Beach. Her team competed at a national competition last year and came in 3rd place nationwide and as a soloist she placed 9th nationwide and 1st place in her age and category. She’s is a dedicated and hard working dancer so we do everything we can to support her! She’s just 6 years old and show so much dedication. We are so proud!
The Dance-a-thon will take place this Sunday November 17th in Lomita. If you have young children who would like to come and dance as well send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org to get details (I don’t want to post the address details for the safety of children). Kids can take classes for just $5 a class that day and if you say SalsaSouthBay.com sent you the donation will go directly into my daughters account.
Thanks so much for your help and for keeping dance and fitness alive in the South Bay!
New Salsa Series at the South Bay Dance Center in Lomita! Please come out and support the class. If it’s successful Salsa may become an ongoing event for the South Bay Dance Center. If you are unfamiliar with SBDC CLICK HERE to check it out. The facility has one of the largest ballrooms in Southern California so it would be well worth it to get a regular salsa class and venue going here!
LA based Salsero and musicality expert Don Baarns has released a follow up to his hit book Partner Dance Success. Also known as the Unlikely Salsero, Baarns shares his tips to help the average dancer become even better. Social dancing extends far beyond technique…there are a number of social elements at play that can make truly shape a dancers overall experience and how they’re perceived by others. This book is a must read for salsa dancers and any other dancer who spends a great deal of time dancing in social settings.
SalsaSouthBay.com highly recommends this book!