See the calendar for the full schedule of upcoming events.
Salsa Night happens on (mostly) second Sundays of the month at the Manresa Castle, 651 Cleveland Street, Pt. Townsend. The Banquet Room has a beautiful dance floor; use the Hotel entrance at the south end farthest from the hospital.
A lesson in Samba starts at 6pm, taught by Jean Bettanny and Tom Fairhall.
There will be Latin dancing from 7-9. Everyone is welcome!
From Shan Pak:
Beginner's lessons every Monday 7-8pm.
Dance practice from 8pm till late.
All ages are welcome.
All are free.
Partner not required.
Facebook group for contact and updates: https://www.facebook.com/groups/escapetango/
From Sonja Hickey:
There's salsa dancing tonight in Port Angeles if you're feeling the itch to dance... We do a beginner salsa lesson at 7ish, an intermediate lesson at 8, and then open dance from 9 till 11. We've just changed locations and are working to grow the evening! It's a regular night, every Thursday, and we'd love to see you all there.
7:00 Beginner Salsa Lesson
8:00 Intermediate Lesson (or beginner level lesson of another latin style like Bachata or Cha Cha Cha)
9:00 - 11:00 Open Dance
From the Brown Paper Tickets listing:
Jacqui Naylor, renowned jazz vocalist with Art Khu, Concert
Upstage and Studio Bob in Port Angeles present acclaimed jazz vocalist Jacqui Naylor, accompanied by pianist and composer Art Khu, on Wednesday, December 7th, 7pm.
Swing Dance with Chicago Bob and the Midnight Train at the Port Townsend Roadhouse at the Highway 20 Roadhouse December 10th
From Bob Longmire:
Midnight Train is a blues band specializing in danceable rhythms and fun tunes, based in Port Townsend and performing throughout the Puget Sound area. We formed the band at the Roadhouse's monthly blues jam, and we've had people dancing wherever we go.
Local dance instructor Janice Eklund will be presenting a dance lesson at 7pm.
The Roadhouse is open to all ages, they have a full dinner and beverage menu. $10 suggested donation.
Dancing from 8pm to 11pm.
On Friday, December 16, the versatile and talented quintet Cat's Meow plays for Discovery Dance at the Port Townsend Elks. The dancing begins at 8:00 p.m. following a free (with admission) dance lesson.
Cat's Meow's repertoire includes big band swing, standards, jazz, Motown, Latin, boogie woogie, and rock 'n roll. They have been playing for ballroom dancers for over a decade on the Olympic Peninsula and know how to keep dancers up and moving.
A free (with admission) lesson in one-step will offered at 7:00 p.m. by professional dance instructor Janice Eklund. Experienced dancers are encouraged to come help beginners. Couples and singles are welcome. No partner or registration is necessary.
This is a smoke-free and scent-free dance open to all ages.