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Anchorage Women Dance the Night Away
by E. Ross
Remember the Olivia Cruise Women’s Dance? The New Year’s Eve Women’s Dance and the dance following Celebration of Change?
Carolyn remembers. She loves to dance. So she rented the Snow Goose, mixed the music and held a Womyn’s Dance last September, to celebrate her birthday with “good music, wonderful friends and a room full of women dancing,” said Carolyn. “What more could a single woman want?”
The wooden floor of the Snow Goose was great for dancing, and the linen table cloths and full bar created the atmosphere of a fancy night on the town. The high point for Carolyn was “being out on the dance floor and seeing women from the age of 23 all the way to 75 that I personally knew, dancing to the same songs. That was cool!”
When her friends asked about the next dance, Carolyn decided on a spring and fall schedule. She rented the Snow Goose for April 5 and September 13, and began mixing music.
The music includes something for almost everyone. “I have a few throwbacks from the 60′s, we have 70′s, 80′s, 90′s and a bit of today,” she said. “There is C&W for the two-stepping women and even some swing and Latin salsa. I think I have covered about everything except for rap, heavy metal and heavy techno… that’s not my style.”
Do you have good memories of our women’s dances? Want to dance with a room full of women again? Then go to the Snow Goose on Saturday night and dance the night away.
The Womyn’s Dance is Saturday April 5, at the Snow Goose, 7 p.m. Optional $5 contribution at the door. Open to all women. For more information, email email@example.com.