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PORT TOWNSEND — Second Sunday Salsa Night is back at Manresa Castle, 651 Cleveland St., with beginning and intermediate merengue lessons followed by more Latin dancing for people of all levels.
Admission is $7 for the whole slate this Sunday: beginners' lesson at 7 p.m., intermediate class at 7:30, then dancing from 8 p.m. till 10 p.m.
Tom Fairhall and Jean Bettany will teach the merengue sessions and then give mini-lessons in cha cha, salsa, rumba, bachata and perhaps tango and West Coast swing, all on the castle's banquet room dance floor.
Experienced dancers are encouraged to come and help beginners.
The dance floor is accessible from Manresa's south entrance, farthest from Jefferson Healthcare hospital, and since the restaurant is closed Sundays, dancers are invited to bring snacks and soft drinks to share.
For more about this monthly dance, email Judy Rudolph at email@example.com.
Last modified: April 10. 2014 7:47PM