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If you don't want to bring something to share, please wait for a different event. GUYS especially, you should spend at least on something! That way we all help each other, you meet people interested in your culture and you make new friends! *We remove people who break our rules or disturb other members. On Wednesday, September 4th, we are offering a Cuban-style Salsa BEGINNER introduction class!-We will split off into small groups by language and spread out -Only speak the language designated to the group you are in -Beginners are totally welcome and this rule is for you to get the best out of it so do your best! We will meet by the entrance on Warren Street, in the lawn behind the Pavilion. This is a new location, we will do our best to secure a nice spot for the group but please be patient! It is definitely not enough to bring 1 banana or 1 small open package of cookies! Bring a sheet to sit on & proper attire, the forecast says 75 ! Please CHECK-IN with us once inside the park for a name tag! The class will start its curriculum from scratch, will be in a dance studio, and will be kept comfortably small to facilitate learning, so IT DOESN’T MATTER IF YOU HAVE NEVER DANCED!Participants will be invited to a Language Exchange Launch, where they get the opportunity to meet other language exchange program participants and receive advice about how to teach a language and get the most out of the experience!While participating in the program, groups are expected to meet for a of an hour a week and 12 hours in total, except during exam periods and term break. It is the responsibility of participants to organise meeting dates and times.The largest, original and most friendly Language Exchange community in NYC.We get together for a common positive interest as is sharing and learning from each other's culture; join us to practice a language you are learning and help others learn yours.Intermediate - Level 2 Wednesdays (September 4th - 25th): - pm Intermediate Cuban Salsa & Rueda de Casino - Level 2 This progressive, 90-min class is geared for those that have danced Cuban Salsa and/or Rueda before and allows you to further solidify, fine-tune, and expand upon the basics covered in Level 1.
(But it will be hard to find us so let's try to be on time.) If you would like to attend, you AGREE to bring either: a) FOOD (would be great if relevant to your language/culture but not necessary)! This is to share with other 3 people at least, (1 open package of cookies and 1 old banana is TOTALLY NOT OK! This format gives you the opportunity to practice your steps with various partners and prepares you for the social dance scene in a safe and pressure-free environment - also a great opportunity to practice your Spanish!The program is FREE and open to all UNSW students and staff and partners of international students.You can be a complete beginner in the language you wish to learn or an advanced speaker! The outcome of your application will be sent to you by email within 2 weeks of the application deadline.Feel free to contact them at any time for additional info or if you have any questions.Chris: [masked] /[masked] For those with previous experience dancing Casino, we offer a Level 2/Intermediate class on Wednesdays at pm, immediately following the beginner class.