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Impress your next date with smooth dance moves! ASA College’s Salsa Club in our Manhattan Campus warmly invites students to its weekly club meetings. Classes are designed for anyone to participate, whether you’re just learning the basics or are a seasoned ballroom dancer. Meetings are held each Friday for 2 sessions and each is taught by a different, skilled dancer, why not try both?

ALL STUDENTS ARE WELCOME TO JOIN AND THE LESSONS ARE COMPLETELY FREE!

SALSA DANCE CLUB SCHEDULE

Day Time MH-2 Room Instructor
Friday 12:00pm – 2:00pm Room 629 K. Ficarra
Friday 4:00pm – 6:00pm Room 629 V. Veloz

We look forward to seeing you!

ASA College – Manhattan One Herald Center, New York, NY, 10001

For more information, please contact: Fatima Mukimova: fmukimova@asa.edu

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