Saturday, June 2, 2018

Dance Week June 9th.

This will be the first blog since we got side tracked. And I have had little help but I hope the reader/dancers wil get their functions announced. It is something new and has never been done in a blog in Hawaii, but most people will know what has to be done. So as far as I am concerned it is a new beginning for the entire blogosphere. The links remain important but not as important as the information and photo contributors. They are the real meat and potatoes of social media and the reader/dancers must be willing to share. And of course, we must accept those that cannot share.

“Social dancers know that as we get more experience we learn to dance more softly."


Wots Doin'? Week Ending Saturday, June 9th.

Monday, June 4th.
Wahiawa Ballroom Dance Club, Ballroom dance classes at the Wahiawa Recreation Center.
Teachers, Felipe Repollo and Carol Mendoza

Monday, June 4th.
Monday Night Nostalgia ~
featuring The Bobby Ingano Trio

Wednesday, June 6th.
Wahiawa Ballroom Dance Club, Line dance
classes at the Wahiawa Recreation Center
Teacher, Carol Kohagura

Thursday, June 7th.
Dot's in Wahiawa, Smooth Grooves
featuring Arlene Iwalani & friends

Thursday June 7th.
Aiea Ballroom Dance Association.
Classes at Aiea Intermediate School Cafeteria

Friday, June 8th, Dot's in Wahiawa, Restaurant CLOSED @ 4pm for Special engagement


Others have packed houses so no need let others know about their Shindig.

"What A Wonderful World" by Bruddah Iz

There are six blogs in existence at this moment and each one has a slightly different purpose. Anyone is welcomed in this social media on Oahu. In the comments you do not even have to ask permission, except that Anonymous or Unknown will not be accepted. You may use a pen name if you wish. We are not Twitter or Facebook and not likely to reach Nigeria. But we are beginning to communicate with all our fellow dancers, over 30 thousand on the Island of Oahu.

"Social dancers learn the hard way that they cannot always count on others
to respect their feelings - even if they respect theirs."