Sunday Waltz, 8/21/22

Now that the weekend is over, it’s time to plan next weekend! Join Larry Unger and friends Ralph Gordon and Alexander Mitchell for an afternoon of waltzes (and perhaps a tango or hambo or swing for good measure–pun intended) in the Glen Echo Spanish Ballroom. Introductory waltz lesson at 2:45 is included with admission of $15 per person ($5 for children and full-time students), payable in cash or by check at the door. No partner necessary. ALL are welcome.

Reminder

A reminder to test yourself for covid after attending a social dance where you were in close contact with others, especially if you know that someone in the group has tested positive. We’ve heard recently from two waltz attendees–one tested negative and the other, who tested positive, is in quarantine. If you are even slightly symptomatic or feel unwell, please test yourself. If positive, we ask that you wait until you test negative before coming to the next dance, which is on August 21 with Larry Unger, Alexander Mitchell and Ralph Gordon. Thank you for being considerate of your fellow dancers.

Sunday Afternoon Waltz, 8/7/22

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Come in out of the rain to dance to EVENING STAR: Steve Hickman, Claudio Buchwald, John Devine and John Bryant. A beginner waltz lesson at 2:45 is included with admission of $15 per person ($5 for children and full-time students), payable in cash or by check at the door. Music from 3:30 – 6:00. No partner needed. ALL are welcome to Glen Echo’s Spanish Ballroom. Vaccination/booster mandatory; masking optional but encouraged.

Note: Claudio Buchwald joins the band in place of the late David Crandall.

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Sunday Waltz, 7/17/22, 3:30 p.m.

We’re back! And we have the fabulous Gigmeisters–Alexander Mitchell, Paul Oorts, Dave Wiesler and Ralph Gordon–to play (and possibly sing) your favorite waltz tunes. Admission of $15 per person ($5 for full-time students and children), payable at the door in cash or by check, includes a beginner waltz lesson at 2:45. Music from 3:30-6:00 in Glen Echo’s Spanish Ballroom. No partner needed and ALL are welcome.

Note: Vax and booster required. Masking is optional but encouraged.

Sunday Waltz, 6/19/22

Put some sweetness in your Sunday with SUGAR BEAT: Elke Baker, Susan Brandt and Marc Glickman. Admission of $15 per person ($5 for students and kids), payable at the door in cash or by check, includes a beginner waltz lesson at 2:45 in the Spanish Ballroom. Dancing from 3:30-6:00. ALL are welcome.

Mandatory vaccination and booster. Masking is optional but encouraged.

Sunday Waltz, 5/29/22

TERPSICHORE returns! Three favored and favorite musicians, Elke Baker (fiddle), Liz Donaldson (piano) and Ralph Gordon (bass), take over the Spanish Ballroom stage for your dancing delight. Admission of $15 per person ($5 for children and full-time students), payable at the door in cash or by check, includes a beginner waltz lesson from 2:45-3:30. Dancing from 3:30-6:00. No partner necessary and ALL are welcome.

Note: Masks are optional but strongly encouraged. Proof of vaccination and booster required.

Sunday Waltz, May 15

Tra la, it’s May, the lusty month of May
That lovely month when waltzers* go blissfully astray
~Camelot (the musical)

Your highnesses may dance, from 3:30-6:00 in the regal Spanish Ballroom, for a tribute of $15 per person ($5 for peons–er, students and children), payable in cash or by check. For novices, there’s a beginner lesson at 2:45.; minstrelsy from 3:30-6:00 by PETRICHORD: Colleen Holroyd, Sophie Chang and Bobby LaRose. No experience or partner needed. ALL lords and ladies welcome.

*(Apologies to Lerner and Loewe)

Come in out of the rain tonight!

Join dancers at the Strauss Ball in the Spanish Ballroom because:

1. It’s a fundraiser to support the programs at Glen Echo Park.

2. It ’s a booster—to your social life, your psyche and your circulatory system.

3. It’s glamorous—you get to wear finery that’s been mothballed for two years.

4. It’s one of the few times you can march in a—Grand March.

5. Finally, and this really truly matters, it’s FUN!

Note: Covid and offspring continue to bedevil us. Masking is optional, but encouraged for everyone’s safety.