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Salsa in the Park: Buffalo’s Hottest Outdoor Summer Dance Party

“Salsa” Sarah Haykel, Director of Salsa for the Soul, Jerome and Victoria Williams, and Calvin Rice and Fanny Olaya of Baila Salsa, SalsaBuffalo.com is organizing the Salsa in the Park
 again this year.

It will be held on Mondays starting June 24th, ending August 5th, 2018, between 6:30 and 9 pm, (Weather Permitting: may be canceled due to inclement weather). Please bring your own water in reusable water bottles and park on Rumsey Rd. when able.

Price is $5 and includes dance lesson for beginners and dance social to follow, so you can practice

The Salsa in the Park will be held at The Rose Gardens Pavilion at Marcy Casino, Delaware Park, 199 Lincoln Parkway, Buffalo, N.Y., 14222

Don’t miss the fun at the 7th Annual Salsa in the Park, a special Latin dancing summer event, coveted by dance fans and non-dancers alike. Each Monday night they begin with a beginners dance lesson followed by open social dancing to Salsa, Timba (Cuban Salsa), Bachata, Merengue, Cha Cha Cha, and Kizomba.

Bring your family, friends, partner, and colleagues, or come on your own, singles and couples welcome to attend, no partner necessary. Prepare for an awesome night out in one of Buffalo’s most beautiful park locations, The Rose Gardens Pavilion, Delaware Park.

Beginners and singles welcomed and encouraged. Partner dancing is an amazing way to meet new people, get exercise in a fun and social way, and be in the beautiful outdoors during the magical time of summer in Buffalo!

Sarah Haykel founded Salsa for the Soul over 9 years ago in Buffalo, NY.

A Latin dance company with Soul, Salsa for the Soul serves hundreds of people each year in WNY by improving people’s relationships through the art of Latin partner dancing. Salsa for the Soul is proud to be in it’s 7th year of hosting Salsa in the Park and excited to be partnering with and Jerome and Vicki Williams, and Calvin Rice and Fanny Olaya of Baila Salsa.

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