Events Archive

Disney in December Social

Who: Open to the public

When: Saturday, 12/14/2013
Beginner Dance Class at 7:30pm. Social dance starts at 8pm.

Where: Morss Hall, Walker Memorial

Tickets: $6 for students; $8 MIT affiliates; $10 for others.


HATS – November social

Who: Open to the public

When: Saturday, 11/30/2013
Beginner Quickstep Class at 7:30pm. Social dance starts at 8pm.

Where: Sala de Puerto Rico

Tickets: $6 for students; $8 for MIT affiliates; $10 for others.

Our theme for this social will be HATS! All hats welcome — silly, vintage, handmade, or whatever you’d like!


Masquerade – September Social

Who: Open to the public

When: Saturday, 9/21/2013
Beginner Waltz lesson at 7:30. Social dance starts at 8pm.

Where: Sala de Puerto Rico

Tickets: $6 for students; $10 for others.

This social is MASQUERADE THEMED! Bring your own mask or buy one at the door for $1!

Facebook event accessible here.


Summer Nights – August Social

Who: Open to the public

When: Saturday, 8/3/2013
Beginner Rumba and Tango Class at 7pm. Social dance starts at 8pm.

Where: Sala de Puerto Rico

Tickets: $6 for students; $10 for others.


May Social 2013

Who: Open to the public

When: 5/11/2013 
Social dance starts at 8pm.

Please note we are unable to offer a beginner lesson on this date. Join us again for a beginner lesson on June 29!

Where: Morss Hall, Walker Memorial

Tickets: $6 for students; $10 for others.


Dance Camp 2013

Are you an MIT or Wellesley student, staff member, alumnus or affiliate?  Interested in learning more about our award-winning team?  Check out Dance Camp: a ballroom crash-course aimed at complete beginners.

Dance Camp Poster

No partner is necessary.  No experience is necessary.   No registration is necessary.  These classes are free, and we’ll even feed you!   We want to keep a fun and open environment.  Just come check us out to see if the team is right for you.  You don’t need to bring anything.  You aren’t making any commitment to the team by coming. Just come get some free food and learn some new moves!

The classes are taught by professional dance instructors. You don’t need to attend them all – just come to the ones that fit your schedule.  Everyday clothes are fine, but it’s best to avoid wearing sandals.  After each class, there will be performances by team members.  We will also tell you everything you need to know about the team.  On Saturday there is a team match – but don’t worry!  You will be dancing with an experienced team member and you will be competing in teams of multiple couples.  It’s fun!

Tuesday, September 3   Ballroom night! Morss Hall, Walker Memorial
7:30 pm             Foxtrot
8:45 pm             Waltz

Thursday, September 5     Ballroom night! Lobby 13
7:30 pm             Rumba
8:45 pm             Swing

Saturday, September 7 Team Match! Walker Gym (3rd Floor)
1:00pm – 5:00 pm Free Pizza & Team Match!

Friday, September 13 Ice Cream and Info Session! Lobby 13
6:00pm – 7:30 pm Free Ice Cream!

Click here if you wish to learn more about Dance Camp!


June Social 2013 — Live Music Social!

Who: Open to the public

When: Saturday, 6/29/2013
Beginner Waltz Dance Class at 7:00pm; Beginner Swing Dance Class at 7:30pm.
Social dance and live music by Trilogy Band starts at 8pm.

Where: Sala de Puerto Rico

Tickets:
Presale: $5 students, $10 MIT affiliates, $15 general public
At the door: $10 students, $15 MIT affiliates, $20 general public

Presale tickets can be purchased here.


March Social

Who: Open to the public

When: 3/9/2013 
Beginner Dance Class at 7:30pm. Social dance starts at 8pm.

Where: Sala de Puerto Rico

Tickets: $6 for students; $10 for others.


February Social

Who: Open to the public

When: 2/23/2013 
Beginner Dance Class at 7:30pm. Social dance starts at 8pm.

Where: Sala de Puerto Rico

Tickets: $6 for students; $10 for others.

Photo by Ron Hoffmann.


December Social

Who: Open to the public

When: 12/15/2012 Beginner Dance Class at 7:30pm. Social dance starts at 8pm.

Where: Sala de Puerto Rico

Tickets: $6 for students; $10 for others.

Photo by Randolph Wan.