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Siesta Bay Resort - January 13th & 14th, 2018 
19333 Summerlin Road - Ft Myers, FL 33908
Venue Phone: (239) 466-4218  MapQuest

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Instructors: Jo Thompson Szymanski, CO and Rachael McEnaney-White (Contract pending)
Co-host: Daphne Anderson - Canada
Date: January 13th, 2018    Music Master: Lee Conwell
Price: $50 - Ticket is tax deductible
Provided: Instruction / 2 Protein Snacks / Heart Smart Lunch / Program Booklet / Goodie Bag

Registration starts at 9:30am - Please be on time as workshops start right at 10am


Saturday 13th Workshop 10am - 4pm - Doors open at 9:30am
Sunday 14th Jamboree 10am - 1pm Doors open at 9:30am
Saturday Only = $55 / Full Weekend Fee = $65

Hampton Inn & Suites -
(Mention Dancing For The Dream) $119 Per Room - 2 Queen Beds includes Hot Breakfast
11281 Summerlin Square Blvd., Fort Myers Beach, Florida, 33931 - Phone: (1) 239- 437-8888


Saturday: 10am-4pm. Doors open 9:30am. When you arrive, you will go to the registration table to get your name tag, goodie bag and program booklet. Coffee / Tea / Water / and Soda will be a)ailable when you arrive. Each person registered has a chance at the Grand Prize which is something that will enhance their lifestyle. Lessons begin @ 10am. We teach a dance and then do it with music. We follow that with 15 minutes of social dance. Then repeat. We provide a "Heart Smart" Box Lunch of sandwich, chips, soda and water or coffee. Grand Prize is given at lunch. 50/50 Raffle starts at 11am and is called at 3pm. Winner gets 1/2.. Our instructors will be teaching "new and current" dances for this workshop.

We are NOT mainstream, so our dance levels are for Starters - Beginners - Experienced (we do not do high impact or advanced dancing) Many of our seniors have been dancing for years but don't choose to do high impact dances. As we age, many of us deal with aches & pains, arthritis, high cholesterol and high blood pressure. High impact dances only irritate these conditions. For this reason, we stay with good, easy, fun-to-learn and fun-to-do low impact dances. We add variations for the more experienced dancer so everyone dances but at his/her level.
We will include for this event 2 "New" Mainstream Dances.


Instructors are in Bold                  


Cynthia Healy - Pembroke Pines, FL
Dee Palmer - Sarasota, FL




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