314 Mission Street
San Francisco, California


Special Event, as THE SalsaCrazy (of SalsaCrazy.com), Evan Margolin, Returns to teach Beginners and Intermediates How to Salsa Dance in November, with fun, social and step by step classes! Register Online, Safely and Securely, at www.DanceSF.com

Learn to Salsa in a beautiful location, in San Francisco! Located at a beautiful and historic dance spot (in business over 30 years), learn how to Salsa Dance and be able to enjoy the cities hottest nightlife. These classes are suitable for absolute beginners (and there are intermediate classes available for students whom know the basics).


Group Beginning and Intermediate salsa dance classes take place on Monday and Tuesday and start monthly. They are held at locations throughout the San Francisco Bay Area! Each session is four weeks long, and they are progressive classes that meet once a week. No partner and no experience are necessary! Drop-ins are accepted ($15 drop-in fee). Register On-line, and save money!

Anyone can learn how to dance - absolutely anyone. We invite you to try one of our classes and find out what you've been missing. It will change your life! Our four week progressive series on Mondays and Tuesdays are designed to get you out into the clubs. You will learn a skill that will last you a lifetime!


Learn to Salsa Dance with SalsaCrazy.Com and have a fantastic San Francisco Salsa Class. Remember, there's no partner and no experience necessary. These are very fun and social salsa lessons and dance classes that provide you a Skill that will last a lifetime. We make it so fun, and easy to learn how to dance, so you WILL get it. Come out and Dance today...

These are the hottest classes in town - geared towards everyone, no one get's left behind, and everyone Learns how to dance.

Sign up now! Get information and Register:

Isn't it time you learned how to dance?

$15 Per Class Drop in, or $50 Advance Registration Online (4 Week Series).

Official Website: http://www.DanceSF.com

Added by FullCalendar on October 24, 2007