Salsa night in Taoyuan!

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Salsa night in Taoyuan!

Postby The 3 Baboons » 11 Jul 2011, 23:39

The 3 Baboons is bringing Salsa Dancing to Taoyuan!

Starting at 8pm on Friday July 15, put on your dancing shoes and dance the night away! All levels are welcome! There will be salsa instructors from the Latinos Taiwan Group on hand to help put your feet in the right direction!

Drink & food specials from 8pm: $199 Nachos & Quesadillas, $99 Corona, Tequila Sunrise & Margaritas!

http://www.3baboons.com

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