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Start: 06/01/2018 7:30 pm
End: 06/01/2018 10:00 pm

Colonial Dance featuring featuring the social dances that were popular in this country from 1730 to 1799. Our program will consist primarily of longways "country" dances as well as a few cotillions (the predecessor of quadrilles). With dances of various skill levels throughout the evening, there is sure to be something for beginners and experienced dancers alike.

Beginner-friendly / Bringing a partner is not required / Historical attire is optional

$5 payable at the door

Rancho Santa Susana Community Center (RSSCC)
5005 - C Los Angeles Avenue, Simi Valley, CA

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Start: 06/02/2018 6:00 pm

A Regency dance in honor of Nelson.
Saturday, June 2 at 6 PM - 10 PM

Fullerton Ballroom
114 E Commonwealth Ave, Fullerton, California 92832

https://www.facebook.com/admiralnelsonball/

Start: 06/02/2018 7:00 pm

21st Annual Jane Austen Ball at UCLA

Saturday June 2, 2018 7pm-11pm (new start/end time)
at UCLA Kerckhoff Hall Grand Salon (may be moved to larger room)

RSVP to HistoricalDance@yahoo.com

7pm Doors Open (Please fill out a membership application and bring a donation or annual membership to help cover event costs)

7:30pm-11pm Learn English Regency Ballroom Dances with Cynthia and James

Special Guest Presentations including a cappella music groups
and tentative (Shakspeare co./Theater Clubs/Fencing Club...)

Club Officers, Members, and Club Instructors

Start: 06/02/2018 8:30 pm

From Swing to Swank, The Wiseguys Big Band Machine is an eighteen-piece ensemble dedicated to keeping great music alive. This Montebello, California based big band features a screamin' horn line, talented vocalists, exciting soloists and a roarin' rhythm section.

Their repertoire includes the swingin' vocal tunes of Frank Sinatra, Bobby Darin and Peggy Lee, big band favorites from Glenn Miller, Perez Prado and Buddy Rich.

The Wiseguys will keep you on your feet and dancing with classic mambos and cumbias plus great dance music from the '50s and '60s!

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