1st Annual Victorian Valentine's Dance
Saturday, February 11, 2012 from 7:00 PM to 11:00 PM (PST)
Take an old-fashioned approach to wooing the one you love with an elegant evening that demonstrates the power of Ephesians 5 in a very practical way - through the Romance and Fun of a 19th Century Ballroom.
Victorian dancing is stylish, elegant, and simple to learn. If you can count to two, you can polka.
And if you can count to three, you can swirl to "The Blue Danube Waltz"!
Victorian Dances will be taught and called by Mr. Fredric Judkins, Emmy-winning Supervising Sound Editor and Lover of all thing Victorian.
Throughout the evening, Mr. Judkins will share very practical ways we can "dance" together in step with God's plan for men and women.
Our goals for the evening will be to . . .
1. Learn how to build wonderful memories and simply to enjoy our partners
2. Learn what it means for a man to take the lead in a relationship
3. Learn what a man needs from a woman to be a great leader
4. Be very romantic, in true Victorian style
5. Laugh and have some good, clean fun
Dress: Dressy to elegant, modern to vintage, depending on your desire
Shoes: Flat and comfortable, highly recommended
Gloves: If you want to look very Victorian, pick up some white cotton gloves for men and women. (optional)
For: Married, Engaged, or Dating Couples
Music: Victorian, of course
Note: Light refreshments will be served.
Admission: $45 per couple (in advance online),$60 per couple at the door
All the dances on February 11th will be "called," so you can learn them right there at the Dance. No previous dance experience required! How cool is that?
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Dr. Debi Smith
Dr. Debi Smith is passionate about helping Christian couples and single adults figure out better ways to apply biblical principles and the findings of scientific research to their everyday lives. She holds a Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) degree, with a Minor in Applied Theology, from Rosemead School of Psychology-Biola University.
An expert in the Psychology of Men and Romance, Dr. Debi is the author of the popular self-help book for Christian Couples, Dance With Me: A Hopeful Romantic Interprets Ephesians 5.