Hit the second-story dance floor at the Neck of the Woods for drinks, food, and a twirl with a few new dance partners. After learning some salsa moves, get on the floor to show ‘em off.
Instructor Evan teaches as many as fifty people at a time in these casual salsa classes, but don’t be surprised if it feels more like a social event than a seminar. Participants always pick up new steps and turns, but the emphasis is really on having a blast while dancing.
There’s no need to bring a date as the class is designed to have you dancing with a new partner every couple minutes. Think speed-dancing but with salsa minus all that pressure. Regulars insist the classes are always easy to follow, and instructors bring humor and patience to all of lessons.