News Blurb: Tango & Salsa Sundays Spice Up Summer at The Claremont, Berkeley, CA

When dancers check in at The Claremont Hotel Club and Spa in Berkeley, CA , the passion of tango and salsa will capture their heart and move their feet. On the last Sunday of each month, through November 18, 2012, dancers of all levels can shimmy the night away for only $20 per person with live music and instruction from industry professionals with over 20 years of experience. “Tango/Salsa Sundays are a great opportunity for dancers of all levels to have some fun, while enjoying the beautiful venue The Claremont Hotel Club and Spa offers,” said Bruce Carlton, general manager of The Claremont. Stella Ling and Ashvin will lead Tango Sundays, while Salsa Sundays will be taught by Yismari Ramos Tellez and Erick Barberia.  Each instructor brings their distinctive styles and knowledge to the dance floor delivering exciting Tango + Salsa classes each month. Tango Sundays will take place on the last Sunday of August and October, while Salsa Sundays will occur in September and November. All dance series will begin with a complimentary class from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. and end at 12 midnight.  Classes are fun and open to all levels, giving dancers the opportunity to learn proper walks and foot placements in a relaxed and highly constructive atmosphere. A series finale October Dance Weekend will take place between Friday, Oct. 26, 2012 and Sunday, Oct. 28, 2012 and dancers can choose to participate in as many activities as they like. The festivities will begin with a welcome reception followed by an Argentine Tango “Milonga” or Tango dance party, on Friday, Oct. 26, 2012. On Saturday, guests will have the opportunity to take all-day dance classes and the night will conclude with Meritage’s Argentine Winemaker and a second Milonga. Sunday will include all-day dance instruction and an Argentine Spa Treatment option, followed by a “Light Flights & Bites” celebration and a final Milonga. For more information and to register, visit www.claremont-hotel.tix.com.

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