Christmas Dance Dec 18th! Tempo Club, Parkersburg

Celebrate this wonderful holiday season gliding around the dance floor with your favorite dance partner!  We hope you are able to join us for the Tempo Club’s Christmas ballroom dance  at the Shriners Hall in Parkersburg this Saturday night, Dec 18th.  Whether you have been dancing for 2 months or 20 years, whether you are a Tempo member or a guest, we’d love to see you!  The Simcox Big Band will carry us through the night, and we’ll have a professional photographer to capture the moment – and you in your Christmas attire!

Saturday, Dec 18th, Shriners Hall, 220 Watson Ave, Parkersburg, WV

8pm to 11pm

Cocktails and light snacks can be purchased at the Shriners. You are welcome to bring snacks/cookies, etc. for your table, but please do not bring any beverages.

Guests are invited at $40 per couple, black tie, tux or jacket and tie for gentlemen. gown or cocktail dress for ladies

The Simcox Big Band, a 16 piece big band from Zanesville, OH, will provide a memorable night of dance music.

David White will be the official photographer for the Tempo Club’s Christmas dance. David will be set up to take portraits as well as candid shots. As you may already know, David is one of the top photographers in the Valley so this is a great opportunity to have professional pictures taken in your formal dance wear. Because of David’s high professional standards the pictures will be lab printed to assure the highest quality. If you have questions or special requests David can be reached at 740-373-5092.

Click here for more info on the Tempo Club.

If you have any questions about the dance, call Peter at 740-749-0096.

Hope to see you there!!



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