Tag: dancing

Sunday Music, Dinner & Dance Venue Presents First Christmas Ball

John Yu On Sunday, Dec 12, join us in celebration of the first Christmas Ball at Cottonwood’s San Tan Ballroom. Sunday Music, Dinner & Dance Venue presents Vegas/Chicago celebrity singer Dave Seabaugh and the Rags Allen Band playing your favorite holiday songs and Christmas carols, along with beautiful waltz, foxtrot, rumba, and cha cha dance…

The British Are Coming! Sunday, November 7

John Yu On Nov. 7, grab your muskets (no live ammo, please) and come to San Tan Ballroom’s Sunday Music, Dinner and Dancing Venue and defend against the second British invasion. We will be invaded by the music of our favorite redcoats: The Beatles, Sir Elton John, Herman’s Hermits, etc. Mrs. Brown will be bringing…

Dancing Slows the Aging Process

Mary Lou Kaye No kidding! Getting out on the dance floor keeps you “Younger than Springtime.” While having fun with your partner on the dance floor, you’re also increasing your fitness level and staying strong and mentally alert. Gentlemen, there is no memorizing to do. Just listen to the music and impress that lovely lady…

October 17 Sunday Music, Dinner, and Dance Venue

John Yu On Oct. 17 at San Tan Ballroom, our Sunday Music, Dinner, and Dance Venue brings back the “Sock Hop,” a time when we kicked off our shoes and danced in our socks, swinging to “Rock Around the Clock” and hugging our sweethearts, because the Everly Brothers told us “All I Have to Do…

Sunday Evening Music, Dinner, and Dance Venue

John Yu This season our Sunday venue will salute everything “nostalgic.” Starting on Sept. 19, we will begin with the salute to none other than the “Sultan of Swoon” or “Old Blue Eyes,” the leader of the Rat Pack (Frank Sinatra). Future Sunday venues will include salutes to the British Invasion (Beatles and Herman’s Hermits),…

Sunday Evening Music, Dinner, and Dance Venue

John Yu This season our Sunday venue will salute everything “nostalgic.” Starting on Sept. 19, we will begin with the salute to none other than the “Sultan of Swoon” or “Old Blue Eyes,” the leader of the Rat Pack (Frank Sinatra). Future Sunday venues will include salutes to the British Invasion (Beatles and Herman’s Hermits),…