November 16, 2022

October 2022 Newsletter

This October, us Floridians had our first cold front of the season, and Dance Amadis Ballroom couldn’t be any more ready to welcome in the fall and its festivities. Despite a busy month of traveling to dance competitions for owners Germine and Mila, they found time to host two seasonal parties and plan events for November.

Dance Amadis Ballroom kicked off this fall season with a traditional Oktoberfest party on October 12th! This event included beer, pretzels, music, and games. Owners Mila and Germine hosted a pretzel eating contest, testing who can eat pretzels from Auntie Annie’s the fastest without any drinks. The winner was one of our first students, Sandy, proving that dancing is not her only skill. In another game, the participants had to dance the cha cha around a circle of chairs while holding a growler of beer with a straight arm. Bend an elbow or spill your beer and you lose. The entire night was full of dancing, friends, and laughter.


On October 24th, the Ballroom hosted a Halloween Party that was open to the public. Doors opened at 7pm and admission was only $10. Everyone showed up in costumes, but everyone agreed that they were all so good that it was impossible to choose the best one. Everyone was having so much fun dancing and socializing at the party that they stayed an hour later than the event was scheduled to last, just to keeping having a good time.


October may be over, but that does not mean that the fun has to stop! As we approach the end of the year and the holiday season, Dance Amadis Ballroom has plenty of exciting events planned for the community! Mark your calendars for our dance social on Wednesday, November 16th. Admission is $5 and doors open at 7pm. The night will be filled with music, dancing, and fun! On November 23rd, join us for our Thanksgiving party. More details are to come, so stay tuned and check our social media for updates.



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