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Waltz Cancellation, 1/16

Due to the weather forecast and the continuing Omicron threat, we have decided to cancel the dance on Sunday, 1/16. We sincerely regret the cancellation, but safety considerations are foremost. We look forward to seeing you on February 6.

The Waltz Time Committee

Request from Waltz Time

A friendly request: If you recently assembled with people whose Covid/vaccination status is unknown and/or were unmasked during your time with them, please be considerate toward your waltz friends and refrain from dancing this Sunday, disappointing as that may be. The increasing number of Omicron cases demands that we all be extra-vigilant about safety. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

Invitation to the Waltz, 1/2/22

Waltz Time invites you to the first waltz of the new year, Sunday, January 2, 2022. Music provided by Liz Donaldson (piano), Alex Mitchell (fiddle) and Ralph Gordon (bass) begins at 3:30 p.m. Suggested donation of $15 per person ($5 for students and children) enables Waltz Time to pay the musicians, sound man and the ballroom rental fee. Beginner waltz lesson at 2:45. No partner necessary. Weather will cooperate!

Note: Proof of vaccination and masks required.

Invitation to the last waltz of 2021

You’re invited to the last waltz of this wacky year. Dance to the music of ROSE BY THE DOOR, three talented ladies: Elke Baker, Marty Taylor and Liz Donaldson. Suggested donation of $15 ($5 for children and full-time students) allows Waltz Time to pay the band, the sound man and the rental fee. Beginner waltz lesson at 2:45 included with donation. Music from 3:30-6:00 p.m. No partner required and ALL are welcome.

Note: Dance will be held in the Bumper Car Pavilion. Dress appropriately.

Invitation to Waltz, December 5

You’re cordially invited to waltz (and possibly tango, swing or hambo) this Sunday to the music of EVENING STAR: Steve Hickman, John Devine, Dave Crandall, and John Bryant. Suggested donation is $15 per person ($5 for full-time students and children). A beginner waltz class starts at 2:45. Music from 3:30-6:00 p.m. in Glen Echo’s Spanish Ballroom. No partner needed and all are welcome.

Note: Masks and proof of vaccination required.

Invitation to Waltz, 11/21/21

You know it’s coming–Turkey Day over-consumption with the subsequent inertia that gives extra calories extra staying power. You’re invited to bump up your pre-Thanksgiving calorie-burn by dancing to TAYLOR AMONG THE DEVILS in the Spanish Ballroom. Marty Taylor, Steve Hickman and Jonathan Jensen will provide music from 3:30-6:00. Waltz Time will provide a beginner waltz lesson at 2:45. No partner needed. Suggested donation of $15 per person ($5 for students and kids) collected at the door.

Information at waltztimedances.org.

You’re invited to the Waltz, 11/7/21

You’re invited to the third waltz of the season. Tina Chancey, Liz Donaldson and Ralph Gordon, aka WALTZ SISTERS, will provide dance music in Glen Echo’s Spanish Ballroom. Suggested donation of $15 per person ($5 for students and children), to compensate the band and sound tech and pay the room rental, will be collected at the door. Beginning waltz lesson starts at 2:45. Music from 3:30-6:00 p.m. Put on your dancing shoes–they’ve been dormant too long!

Waltz, Sunday 10/24/21

A reminder that proof of vaccination and masking are required for the waltz in the Spanish Ballroom, Sunday, 10/24. If you submitted your vax card at the last waltz or by email, you won’t have to provide it again. Your name (only) will be on a list that Waltz Time maintains. Everyone must be masked (musicians exempt during performance) while in the building. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.

See you Sunday!

Invitation to the Dance – 10/24/21

If you enjoyed the first fall waltz of 2021–and you know you did!–Waltz Time invites you to enjoy the second on Sunday, October 24, with SUGAR BEAT (Elke Baker on fiddle, Susan Brandt on flute, Marc Glickman on piano).

Vaccination records are required, indicating complete vaccination least two weeks prior to the dance. If you presented your record previously, you’re registered and need not produce it again. Masks are required at all times in the ballroom (musicians onstage excepted). To remunerate these superb musicians and sound technician and pay the ballroom rental fee, a suggested donation of $15 per person ($5 for students and children) will be accepted at the door. A beginner waltz lesson starts at 2:45 p.m.; music from 3:30-6:00 p.m.

More details and information at www.waltztimedances.org