Cherryland Humane Society and Jessica Mason, Ms. Michigan State America 2016, are teaming up for “Dance to Donate,” a series of dancing lessons at the animal shelter May 10th through 31st. The lessons will be held in the Cherryland Humane Society’s multi-purpose room from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Tuesdays during the month of May. Every week, participants will learn new dances with no experience or partner required.
The schedule of classes is as follows:
5/10: Beginning ballroom (waltz and foxtrot)
5/17: Intro to swing/jitterbug
5/24: Bolero, the slow dance cheat sheet
5/31: Salsa! Basics of Latin rhythm
If you can walk, you can ballroom dance. Mason breaks everything down to very basic steps at a slow pace before moving to a quicker rhythm. These classes are great for wedding prep, date night, fitness, girls night out, and more. All ages and ability levels welcome! It’s a chance to unwind after work and have some fun while giving to a great cause.
You can sign up for individual classes or a package of all four. Remember, the more you dance, the easier it is! The cost is a suggested donation of $15 per person/per class – or all four classes for $50.
If you’re not sure if you’re available or decide to sign up at the last minute, no worries! Your payment and pre-registration is not required. They have lots of room. Happy dancing!