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Sunday Night Ballroom Dance Parties

Date/Time

Dec 15, 2013 to Dec 29, 2013
06:00 PM

This event occurs weekly, on Sunday.

Description

Sunday night Ballroom Dance Parties are held every week at the Queen City Ballroom Dance Studio.

These parties are beginner-friendly with mixer dances and light refreshments. Hardwood floor, recorded music, friendly crowd, smoke and alcohol free. Singles and couples welcome. Please bring a change of shoes to protect the dance floor. Free admission for first timers.

Queen City Ballroom Dance Studio voted “Best Dance Studio in Manchester" and "Best Date Place in Manchester” in the "Hippo Best of 2013."

Cost

$9 per person. Free admission for first timers.

Location

View map Queen City Ballroom Dance Studio
21 Dow St.
2nd floor
Manchester, NH

Additional Information

Sponsor

Queen City Ballroom Dance Studio

Phone

(603) 622-1500

Contact name

Karen

Contact email

karen@queencityballroomnh.com

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