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Letz Dance With Maree and Friends

by Maree Kuczborski and Evelyn OBrien
(Darwin, NT, Australia)

Under a COVID-19 Safety Plan - Come and have fun with - “Letz Dance with Maree and Friends”.

This is a Social dancing group that enjoys Sequence and Ballroom Dancing, with a goal to give all dancers regular places to practice and enjoy their dancing and to meet new people, as well as pre-scheduled dates and times, to assist dancers with planning which dances they wish to attend.

Please Note: No stiletto Heels, only dance shoes, or wedge heels, or flat heels that will not damage the floors.

Dance times & locations for “Lets Dance with Maree and Friends”

Weekly Dances: Every Wednesday afternoon until 22 Dec 2021, from 2pm to 4pm at the Malak Community Centre,
Entry Cost is $5.00 per person.
Come for 2 hours of fun, social dancing (but no tuition) each Week from 3 Feb 2021 through until 22 December 2021.

Monthly Dances:

Saturdays - Darwin City at Harbour Room.
Come along on the 2nd Saturday night of every month through until the second week of December 2021. Dancing from 7.30pm until approximately 11.30pm
Entry Cost is $10.00 per person.

Sundays - Malak Community Centre.
Come along on the 3rd Sunday afternoon of every month, through until 19 December 2021, to the Malak Community Centre. Dancing from 1.30pm until approximately 4pm.
Entry Cost $5.00 per person.

Please note:

1. "Letz Dance with Maree and Friends” takes a break over the Festive season; and for all of January 2022, recommencing early Feb 2022)

2. The Malak Community Centre is in Malak Crescent, Malak. It is in the same building as the Malak Family Centre, across the carpark from Malak School). Dancing is on the wonderful sprung wooden dance floor of the Community Centre.

3. The Harbour Room is at 2 Smith Street, Darwin City (in the White room next to Christ Church Cathedral, opposite to the stairs down to waterfront. Parking in Smith Street, or opposite Administrator's Offices near waterfront, or at the back of the Church building).

4. Correct Money on Entry to all dances will be appreciated, as change is difficult to provide.

5. Complimentary refreshments of Tea and/or Coffee are provided at all dances but please bring own Mug to enjoy this.

6. “Letz Dance with Maree and Friends” does not provide Dance Classes, or Teaching. Audrey Grace, a separate entity not attached to “Letz Dance with Maree and Friends” may be able to assist with learning for Beginners and/or with improvement. Audrey and her colleague Jean are also known for their "In-Vogue Dances". For more information contact Audrey directly on Phone 08 79790945, or mobile 0438 865 160.

7. How to contact “Letz Dance with Maree and Friends”;

Mob: 0401 935 758, or 0437 163 224


PO Box 365, PARAP NT 0804

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Feb 13, 2021
by: Anonymous

WOW what a wonderful night dancing in Darwin last night. Everyone on the floor looking fantastic.

Feb 13, 2021
HARBOUR ROOM DARWIN - Saturday Night Dance
by: Maree

What a wonderful night of dancing on the first monthly Saturday night dance for 2021. So good to see everyone after the Xmas/New Year break dancing the night away, A most enjoyable evening with lots of our regulars and a few new faces too.

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