FREE dance for #SSDCmembers! Buy membership here!
Swing on through to join The Club and Chris Jones for an amazing themed event: Black & White Festive Attire!
Two great workshops w/ Chris Jones -- first UCWDC competitor to place in WSDC classic division
Yummy holiday potluck -- RSVP your shareable here: Holiday Potluck Signup
Fun social dancing to DJ Chris -- visiting us from Portland
Entertaining year-end Jack & Jill Finals -- for more competition info: http://seattleswingdanceclub.com/competitions/
4:00 pm -- Stretch Your Swing
5:00 pm -- Flip Flop Fun Patterns
6-6:30 pm -- FREE Beginner Lesson w/ Scot McKay (upstairs)
FIRST-TIME FREE beginner lesson *and* dance
RETURNING FREE beginner lesson w/ paid dance admission (see Pricing below)
6-9:30 pm -- THEME: Black & White, Potluck, Social Dance
7:30 pm -- Competition Finals
PRICING: Dance admission included with purchase of 1 or more workshop!
$13 - 2 workshops and dance
$8 - 1 workshop and dance
FREE - dance only
$30 - 2 workshops and dance
$20 - 1 workshop and dance
$11 - dance only
VOLUNTEER: Your support of the 100% volunteer-run club for just an hour gets you into the dance for FREE! Holiday Volunteer Sign-Up
SSDC CARES: Donate at The Club 12/2 & 12/16 to help out homeless youth! All donors will be entered into a raffle for a $25 Barnes and Noble gift card, to be drawn at the 12/16 Holiday Dance (need not be present to win).
Due to the generosity last year and such wonderful support from our members, SSDC will be conducting a Sleeping Bag Drive again this year to support homeless youth during the holiday season. Donations will be collected at the Alki Masonic Lodge #152 during the December 2nd dance and the December 16th Holiday Dance. We will be distributing the sleeping bags through Teen Feed basic needs drive. Teen Feed works to offer basic needs items and daily essential to help homeless youth in the Seattle area, and distributes basic needs items to youth at nightly meal programs, during street outreach, and in their offices. We will be delivering the sleeping bags to one of the nightly meal programs during the week of Christmas.
Please note that smaller, portable sleeping bags housed in their individual bags are typically preferred. Unfortunately, most carry their homes on their backs making larger bags less suitable. Wool blankets, headlamps, wet weather gear, wool socks, and large size men’s boots are also great items to donate, given the wet cold winter ahead of us. We will deliver all such donations along with the sleeping bags.
For more info please visit the teen feed website: