Hoppin’ at the Harbour 2020

Hoppin’ at the Harbour, hosted by DaKing’s Swing Dance Society is back on the waterfront!
Location: Tall Ships Quay
Tuesday’s until Sept. 29, 2020
Time to dust off your shoes and triple steps and join us outside for some summer lindy hop!
In order to keep everyone as safe as possible, please read the rules ahead of time. Compliance is mandatory, and failure to follow rules might mean you are asked to leave the dancing.
– floors will be separated with one couple per floor
– dance with your own partner, dance bubbles will be allowed
– no masks are needed on the dance floor but provincial protocols will apply outside the dance area
– gazebo will be roped off with defined entrance and exit
– 2 dances per group, then the dance floor is emptied for the next group
– a table will be set up at the entrance with hand sanitizer, waivers and contact sheets
If you have any questions or concerns please get in contact. We can’t wait to see you all again!

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