News Release, Town of Leonardtown
Leonardtown, MD –The Commissioners of Leonardtown and Leonardtown Salsa, in partnership with the Port of Leonardtown Winery, are excited to announce the new Sip & Salsa Series!
Attendees of the popular Six-week Salsa Rueda Training Series and the first-ever Salsa & Sangria Party that took place in Leonardtown over the summer asked for monthly Salsa events, and here they are! The Monthly Sip & Salsa events are open to beginners as well as experienced dancers. Learn the Salsa Ruedo steps with Donna Jordan, a professionally trained dancer and Adjunct Dance Professor for the College of Southern Maryland and St. Mary’s College, and enjoy open dancing throughout the night? with a live Salsa DJ. Tickets are $20/pp and include a dance lesson, a glass of sangria or wine of your choice, plus a tour of the winery.
The Sip & Salsa Series kicks off this Saturday, October 19th at the Port of Leonardtown Winery located at 23190 Newtowne Neck Rd, Leonardtown, MD 20650 from 7:30 p.m. – 10:30 p.m. Advance ticket purchase is recommended. For tickets and for the Sip & Salsa event schedule visit: http://www.polwinery.com/Store/Events.
Then be sure to mark your calendars for Salsa & Sangria II on Friday, April 24, 2020, from 6:30 p.m. – 11:00 p.m. at the Port of Leonardtown Winery. Award-winning musician, Leonardo Garcia, will return with his salsa band, Son Horizonte, to thrill the crowd with live Salsa Music. Attendees will enjoy salsa lessons, open dancing, a variety of enticing sangria flavors at the sangria bar, refreshments and more. For more information about this and other Salsa events in Leonardtown, visit the Leonardtown Salsa Facebook page or call the Town of Leonardtown at 301-475-9791.
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