BEACON - Get Down for a night of dancing at the Howland Cultural Center on Saturday, March 30th at 8:00 p.m.
Evocative music, from the 60s to the present, is selected for creative composition, exciting rhythms and great performances.
Styles of music one may hear at the event include: R&B, Salsa, Cha-Cha, Funk, Soul, Blues, Disco, Rock, Jazz, International and timeless Classics. James Brown, Gap Band, Earth Wind & Fire, Bonamassa, Sly, Commodores, Clapton, Miles, Michael McDonald, War, Tracy Chapman, Stevie Wonder, Curtis Mayfield, Al Green, Poncho Sanchez, El Gran Combo and Bocelli are just a few of the performers on the playlist. Some pieces may surprise you.
"The Howland Cultural Center has brought downtown Beacon to life with colorful, life-enriching events for many years. Now, through a series of monthly dances, it is bringing people together on the dance floor."
This culturally historic building with three layers of flooring, enveloping sound, soft lighting, and a warm and intimate ambiance make it the perfect place.
Couples and singles are welcome. A donation includes light refreshments, plus dance instruction when announced; check for updates at: www.culturaldirection.com/archives/12420.
The Howland Cultural Center is located at the east end of Main Street (477) in historic Beacon, NY.
For further information and directions, please call (845) 831-4988 or (845) 765-0667.