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Argentine Tango Dance Lesson and Party 

Sat., Oct. 10 2009

...with optional dinner and no host bar
Saturday, Oct. 10
Beginners Lesson: 7-8pm
Open tango and mingling: 8-10pm
Grissini's Restaurant, Hilton Concord Hotel, 1970 Diamond Blvd., Concord

This Argentine tango lesson and party is for singles and couples interested in learning the passionate "3-minute romance" called tango. Experienced tango dancers are also welcome.

$10 cover includes mixer game, tango lesson, and tango dance party in a beautiful Tuscan atmosphere. Relaxing outdoor seating is also available for mingling and flirting. Ample free parking is available. For information call Phil Seyer at 925-888-4392. or visit www.ProGuildSocial.com

And don't miss:
East Bay Singles Halloween Party on Oct. 23rd
San Francisco Golden Gate Yacht Club Mysterious Night Halloween Costume Party on October 31st.

Buy tickets and learn more at www.ProGuildSocial.com


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