Wednesday, October 31, 2007
We have lots of Tango this week - including the main event this quarter.
Our Moonlight Madness at RPAC this quarter is this FRIDAY, NOV. 2, which coincides with DIA De Los MUERTOS. It is to be held at RPAC's amphitheater (downstairs), to make entrance FREE FOR ALL. At 9pm we shall have a FREE beginners lesson. This is a great time to come and bring friends who have never danced before. Yuval recommends that experienced dancers come and try this lesson in close embrace. At 10:30pm we have OSU Catering bringing THAI Basket (Coconut Shrimp Skewers, Curried Beef Sate, Vegetable Spring Rolls, Thai Cucumber Salad,...), TANDOORI Basket (Tandoori Spiced Chicken Kabobs, Dal Saag, Vegetable Samosas, Curried Shrimp Kabobs, Mango Chutney,...), FRUIT Skewer Basket, and of course drinks, etc. This marks the beginning of our MILONGA, which will continue until at least midnight. The event is FREE for all, but we shall accept donations (except from students) to cover our excess expenses. Entrance is FREE for ALL. For flier click: Flier.
More details: http://tango.osu.edu or http://tangoosu.blogspot.com
For RPAC: RPAC
THURSDAY NOV. 1, about 7:20, Celina and Yuval appear on the buckeyeTV BackTalk Live show to promote Tango and the Moonlight TangoMANIA. The host wrote: "The show is well marketed throughout every dorm on campus (all of which have BuckeyeTV channel 19)", and it can be viewed live streaming on the web: click the red-with-yellow-halo TV picture at http://buckeyetv.osu.edu/ (TangoOSU is the 3rd & last item in the show, the others being Taekwando and Rape Prevention).
To prepare for Friday, we have WEDNESDAY's lesson at 6:30pm, as usual at Pomerene 213, and SATURDAY 7pm, 8pm, 9pm we continue with our Beginners and Intermediate lessons, followed by La MILONGA Buckeye.
Monday, October 15, 2007
Hi, for those who don't know me yet, my name is Anita and I just joined TangoOSU. DaYu asked if I had any pictures from when I was in Buenos Aires that I could share on the blog. I have uploaded a few related to Tango. I was in BsAs for about a month and a half with my younger sister in the summer of 2006. We took a few Tango lessons while we were there at the studio of Elsa Maria y el Mayoral en la avenida Callao. We have some photos from out last lesson. Hope you enjoy them. Un abrazo fuerte, Anita