Ring in 2010 in salsa style at our first annual New Year’s Eve Black & White Ball at Acrobat Lounge on Thursday, December 31st, 2009.
Tickets can be purchased in advance for $45 each or at the door for $50. Helpers receive a special $35 rate. Tickets are available by calling Acrobat Lounge at 416-489-1105 or by visiting Acrobat Lounge on Friday evenings or during our outing on Sat Dec 19th. Feel free to bring as many people as you like. Must be 19+ years old. There are only 230 tickets being sold so get yours early!
Dress to impress in semi-formal black and/or white. A good example of semi-formal would be suits for men and dress for women.
What is included?
The evening will begin with a beginner and intermediate lesson from 9-10pm. Social dancing will commence after the lesson. Hors D’oeuvres will be served as well as a champagne toast at midnight. There will be special performances throughout the evening and a fun checkerboard game to get you dancing and winning prizes.
Directions: Parking lots can be found north and south of the club and there is free metered parking on Yonge Street after 9pm. By subway, it is only a 5 minute walk north from the Eglinton subway station on the Yonge line.
We can’t wait to celebrate New Year’s Eve with you all!
What a fun afternoon it was when the gang from eTalk, Canada’s most popular entertainment show on CTV, visited TDS at Empress Walk to shoot a segment with Leah Miller. For those of you who don’t know Leah Miller is the host of So You Think You Can Dance Canada and she had some new year’s resolutions to stick to including getting fit with Zumba.
Tracie, our Zumba Guru, showed Leah some fun Reggaeton steps alongside some students and helpers. Leah caught on extremely fast and very quickly the group was shaking it to some exciting Zumba beats.
More photos are available on our website under “events”. The segment airs January 6th on CTV.
Last Saturday the TDS Helper Group got together for our quarterly helper recognition outing. I always try to find new and interesting activities for us to try and this time was no exception.
We started the day early at 10am at Leaside Curling Club. We had the entire arena to ourselves and curling instructors to show us the ropes. It was fun to see the helpers try something so new and unusual and after everyone got used to the slippery ice it was smooth sailing. We definitely have some natural born curlers in the group!
After the lesson and tournament everyone headed to Empress Studio for a special salsa workshop with Gen & Young of Korikoa. They learned a fun combination with styling and, in teams, created a short routine and performed it to the group.
After all this exercise the group was hungry so we headed down to Ichiban Sushi House for a great Japanese lunch.
Thanks to everyone who came out and participated. I am running out of unique activities so send me an email if you have an idea for our next outing!!