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Learn to Dance for Child Haven

West Coast Swing Dance instructor Julie Epplett, director of GroovyBluesyJazzyFunky and co founder of Diva Productions , has organized two special evenings of dance to raise money for Child Haven. Child Haven is an organization that helps women and children in need by providing food, shelter, and educational opportunities.

Lesson dates are as follows:

Tuesday, December 20th - Cha Cha with Doug Morgan
Tuesday, December 27th - Night Club 2 with Shelley Saxena & Dave Hutcheson

The lesson will run from 7:00-8:00 pm, followed by Social Dancing (with refreshments!) from 8 to 10 pm, and will be held at 27a Bloor Street East - lower level (across the street from The Bay).Admittance by donation only. Raffle prizes also available.

Guys take note - if you really want to impress the ladies (or other guys, depending on your preference) this New Year's, I would suggest you take this opportunity. I've known these instructors for years and they are among Toronto's best.

[Image of Shelly Saxena and Julie Epplett, courtesy of Diva Productions]


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