MC Ken Agate with the Pulp Mills performing. (Linda Foubister photo)

Dance club celebrates 35 years with Oak Bay fanfare

Monterey centre site of two more Pepole Meeting People dances this month

Victoria’s People Meeting People Dance Club celebrated its first 35 years with past and present members, as well as guests, in partnership with the Monterey Recreation Centre.

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Congratulations to the wonderful dancers of People Meeting People Dance Club who’ve been fox trotting, jiving, cha-chaing & much more for 35 years. Next dance March 11 Why not waltz down and join them at 5:30 Monterey Centre @RecOakBay pic.twitter.com/bSIIAzes1u

— Nils Jensen (@MayorNils) February 28, 2018

After dinner, everyone danced the night away to the music of the Pulp Mills beneath a photo montage of over three decades of dance.

The next People Meeting People Dances cost $10 ($8 for Monterey Members) with the next two on Sundays, March 11 and 25 from 7 to 10 p.m. In the Garry Oak Room. Singles and couples welcome at the Monterey Recreation Centre, 1442 Monterey Ave.


 

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Members since 1986 joined the celebrations. (Linda Foubister photo)

Fumi Csizmazia made Ikebana displays for all the tables. (Linda Foubister photo)

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