Saturday, April 28, 2018

The Dance Week

"The story so far: In the beginning, the universe was created. This has made a
 lot of people very angry and it has been widely regarded as a bad move."

Meanwhile on Oahu we are trying to establish a "Schedule Blog." A schedule or a timetable as a basic tool, it consists of a list of times at which possible dancing tasks, events, or actions are intended to take place, or of a sequence of dance events in the chronological order in which such things are intended to take place. The process of creating a schedule - deciding how to order these tasks and how to commit resources between the variety of possible tasks in a blog - is called a schedule blog.

A blog that intends to be responsible for making a particular schedule of dance events is rare and we are making the attempt in Dance And Live on Oahu. But of course, this is not for everyone. Many do not need to be included in our schedules. They have web sites or are connected with other blog sites. They have packed houses at every dance, so we must have an understanding of why they do not need us. Meanwhile we start with what we got and you can email info;

Wots Doin'? Week Ending Saturday, May 5th.

Monday, April 30th.
Wahiawa Ballroom Dance Club, Ballroom dance classes at the Wahiawa Recreation Center.
Teachers, Felipe Repollo and Carmen Mendoza

Monday, April 30th.
Dot's in Wahiawa, Night Nostalgia ~ featuring The Bobby Ingano Trio

Wednesday, May 2nd.
Wahiawa Ballroom Dance Club, Line dance classes at the Wahiawa Recreation Center
Teacher, Carol Kohagura

Wednesday, May 2nd.
Smooth Groves ~ featuring the Lance Orillo Trio
at Dot's in Wahiawa,

Friday, May 4th. Cinco De Mayo Dance, Wahiawa Ballroom Dance Club
at the Wahiawa Recreation Center, Ho'okipa Room.

Saturday, May 5th. Cinco De Mayo in Waipahu, Dance Appeal Studio.
limited seating, reservations recommended,  $15.

Others have packed houses so no need let others know about the big Fiesta.

In Hawaii, one of the biggest and best of holiday celebrations.

“Social dancers know that it is difficult, when faced with a situation
they cannot control, to admit they can do nothing.”