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OBG dance, this Wednesday

Exciting news!
The Oldies But Goodies Dance will be continuing at Common Grounds

The next dance will be:
Wednesday April 17, 2019
Happy hour is from 5 – 7 PM with Great Food All Evening
Drink specials & music from 7 – 10 PM

New Location: Eduardo Crespo Malo y Grand Columbia
Venue: Seating re-designed to accommodate our dancers
Parking: Free parking information: Behind Common Grounds on Jose Asutillo
Bus service: Bus service to Common Grounds location: #13, #14, #19, #3 & #50
Donation: $5 per person. Exact change is helpful.
Bar service: Full service bar at reasonable prices. Please do not bring your own drinks since this is the revenue for the venue, and we must be fair to them.
Dancing: All styles are welcome to the music provided.
Music: A variety of music styles including Oldies Rock ‘n’ Roll supplied by George, played through our own proper sound system.
Smoking: Smoking of any kind (including electronic) is permitted outdoors only.
Club: This is a private party of people who just want to have fun dancing, without complications.
No dues. Please do not be shy. Just get up and dance as the mood strikes you. Most of
the songs invite different dance styles, so don’t worry, just do your own thing, whether alone, as a couple, or in a group, it doesn’t matter. Feel free to invite your friends and come with the intention of having fun, and you will.

Suggestions: Please email us at and tell us if you are coming and the number of people joining you. This way we can keep everyone abreast of all developments and we can set up the venue for the expected attendance.

Come early, enjoy great food and happy hour.
Bring along the phone number of your favorite taxi service.
Wear your dancing shoes, be prepared to boogie and have a great evening.

We look forward to seeing you on the dance floor

We’re all here to have fun.

April 17 Happy Hour at 5 Music 7-10 PM, Eduardo Crespo Malo y Grand Columbia