[Darkwood-SCA] Crosston Dance Practice - 1st Wed./San Jose
the_momstable at rocketmail.com
Mon Apr 4 16:08:13 PDT 2005
As a service to those who are interested in dance, the following
announcement is forwarded:
***Bonus annoucement, the Friday Night Waltz group is having a
waltz workshop this coming saturday, please check out
http://www.fridaynightwaltz.com/index.html#Schedule if you are
This week is the hard-to-remember first Wendesday after a fifth
Wednesday, so please set your mind on coming to SAN JOSE on
1st, 3rd, and 5th Wednesdays in San Jose
The beginners dance class will start at 7pm and go to 7:45. One
dance will be taught every week for 4-6 weeks. We will begin
something new this week. Beginners are welcome to
stay through the usual class from 7:45 to 9pm. The intermediate
section of the class will feature Galliard variations. If you
are interested in more beginner classes, please see about the Darkwood
on 1st, 3rd, and 5th Thursdays in Morgan Hill.
Dance practice starts about 7:00pm. We normally wear street
clothes, rather than garb, for practice. Clean, soft-soled shoes
or socks are required. We normally break around 9pm for dinner
and rootbeer floats. Feel free to forward this message to people
who ask about dance practice.
Here's the directions that assume you are coming from the north
for 1st, 3rd, 5th Wednesdays:
Take your favorite route to 85, just south of 87 (Guadalupe).
Take the Blossom hill exit, stay in the left lane.
Turn left at the bottom of the exit ramp. Stay in the left lane.
Turn left at the second light, Snell, just past the Shell gas
Go for many blocks, turn right on Branham, just before the 76
Turn left at the first light, Park Arcadia. Go straight until
Park Arcadia dead-ends into Park Paxton, turn left.
Turn right on Park Essex (I think it's the third right).
Rafael and Elspeth's is the third house is on the right. Parking
is getting a bit tight, you may have to park on Paxton and walk
76 Park Essex Pl. San Jose CA
Directions from Yahoo!Maps are generally reliable, although from
the north it will take you on the 101/Guadalupe/Capitol route.
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