Reserved table seating tickets will begin to be sold at 8:00 a.m. before the May 6th Coffee Hour and continue at Bingo and Coffee hours up the the night of the dance. If tickets are still available they may be purchased at the door. Come dance the night away and have fun!
Come to our April Dance on Saturday, April 18th in the Rec Hall, where it is nice and dry – but it’s gonna be HOT that night with music by Black Velvet. Tickets will go on sale at 8:00 a.m. before the April 1st Coffee Hour and continue until sold out. The fun starts at 7:00 p.m. and it’s BYOB and BYOF (friends).
The annual St. Patrick’s Day Dinner and Dance is coming up on Friday, March 13th. Reserved ticket sales begins at 8:00 a.m. before the February 25th Coffee Hour. Dancing will be to the music of “Voices Carry” and we will be serving your favorite beverages. Tickets are $16.00 for the entire night of fun!
It all starts with a Happy Hour at 5:00, catered dinner of Corned Beef and Cabbage at 6:00, then dancing from 7:00 to 10:00. Wear your favorite green outfit and prepare to party the night away, La Casa-style. We are limited to 300 seats so don’t miss out. No tickets will be sold at the door.
Music will be provided by “Voices Carry” and our dances are BYOB. Obviously red is the color of choice this year, so bring your sweetheart and have a great time!
Reserved table seating tickets will go on sale at 8:00 a.m. before the February 4th Coffee Hour. No advance sales. Tickets are $5.00 so get your tickets while they are still available. Last year’s event was a complete sell-out, so buy early!
by Cheryl Crawford
Line dancing is such great fun! If you have ever been to a dance at La Casa you know just how many enjoy it here. There are times when it can be a little dangerous too. Unlike partner dancing, where your partner can redirect you to avoid others, there is no one to ‘watch your back’ when you line dance.
Dancers, please consider:
- There are times when two different line dances are being done on the dance floor at the same time.
- These lines sometimes converge toward each other because of the choreography of their dances through turns or wall changes.
- We are each focusing on our dance and cannot always see a neighbor until we are upon them.
When dancers allow sufficient space between the different line dancing groups, along the side and behind them, we can all fully enjoy ourselves and our line dancing at La Casa and avoid potential mishap!
On Saturday, July 19th, La Casa’s Activity Association hosted the July dance featuring the music of Rock “N Rhythm, a singing band made up of two vacalists from Port Charlotte who perform a wide variety of music from oldies, blues, doo wop, country to rock and roll and Motown. A great time was had by all who attended. Our next dance will be Saturday August 16th with Alex the Barber.