December 21st 2004
"Those who danced were thought to be quite insane by those who could not hear the music.
PJ NITE AT RHYTHM CLUB TOMORROW NITE! DEC. 22TH
Are you exhausted from that holiday shopping, addressing all those cards, eating all those homemade cookies and cake? Time to having a cozy night out dancing. I've been wanting to do a pajama party for a long time, and thought tomorrow nite would be perfect: relaxing, fun! See ya on the dance floor!
HOLIDAY GIFT IDEAS!
HOLIDAY GIFT CERTIFICATESWhat a great holiday gift idea -- Swing Dancing!
We have gift certificates for:
PRIVATE LESSONS (One Couple $80)
LINDY-BY-THE-SEA SERIES (One Adult $40)
PASSES TO THE RHYTHM CLUB (Band Nite $12)
AND... don't forget about all our wonderful items available in the On Tap shop!
contact us by Email or 310 606 5606.
I'm very happy about this "Fun" Swing Shift Rhythm Club activity. It's always nice to have a chance to get to know one another off the dance floor. Everyone is invited. Just show up!
We welcome aboard two new coordinators for the SSRC. Cathryn Sayre will be our "Fun Coordinator" and Norman Kajikawa will be our "Photo Coordinator." Take a look at the photos he's loaded up on the site from previous SSRC events.
Jessica Densmore is our "Philanthropy Coordinator." She's been doing an amazing job these past years, bringing swing dancers and happiness into senior homes and hospitals.Check it out here: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/SwingShiftRhythmClub/
Many of you still don't know about our Swing Shift Rhythm Club. It's one of our best kept secrets. Now is the time to get the SSRC "above the radar."
THE SWING SHIFT RHYTHM CLUB (SSRC), founded in 2000 by Rusty Frank's swing dance students, The SSRC has two missions:
1. Having fun! (Fun) 2. Doing good deeds! (Philanthropy)
1. Having fun: Events where swing dancers can socialize and get to know each other outside of class (vintage clothes shopping, going to a dance-related movie, dancing in the park, eating at retro restaurants before a dance, etc.).
2. Doing good deeds: Events where we bring swing dancing to hospitals, senior homes, and community events for the purpose of good deeds, entertainment, and education in the Los Angeles area.
The SSRC is a volunteer club open to the public and the events are organized by its members. There are no dues. Members can attend as many or as few events as they wish.