Waltz for Waldorf
A benefit evening for adultsHosted by Natasha & Dale Copeland in honor of 100 years of Waldorf education worldwide! Featuring:
- Mini performance by CWS middle school orchestra students, directed & accompanied by Trees on Fire’s Justin Esposito
- Group Waltz lesson for beginners and intermediate dancers (no partner required) by Professional Ballroom Competitor/Instructor & Richmond Waldorf School parent, Gabor Seres
- Pro-am competition demonstration of Waltz styles by Natasha Copeland & Gabor Seres
- Live Piano accompaniment during the lesson by Emily Rosson, CWS parent
- Social dancing
- Hors d’œuvres & wine
- All attire welcome; please dress comfortably and as formally as you would enjoy for movement! Leather shoes slide better than rubber soles on the wooden floor, so smooth-soled shoes are easiest!
- Raffle Prizes: Need not be present to win. Raffle tickets are $10 per ticket and can be purchased in advance online (below) or at the front office. If you purchase your tickets online, we will contact you to ask which prize you prefer (Sandbridge, Jamaica, wine)!
- Sandbridge beach cottage: 3 Nights, October 24-26, 2019
- One week at Eco Retreat to the Artvark Cultural Center in Jamaica
- 1-year membership to the Wine Guild ($200 value).
$100 per couple, $75 per individual
Space is limited: please RSVP by Friday, March 1, 2019.
Childcare will be available at Unity of Charlottesville for CWS students. Please register for childcare when you purchase tickets (below) or contact Natasha Copeland at firstname.lastname@example.org
All attire welcome! A ball gown is not a requirement for fun. Please dress comfortably and as formally as you would enjoy for movement. Leather shoes slide better than rubber soles on the wooden floor, so smooth-soled shoes are easiest!
Have to miss, but nevertheless want to support children from economically-challenged families at CWS? Donate to the CWS partial tuition remission program!
Your participation helps to support up to 50% tuition remission for families in economic need, affording an extraordinary education to children who may not otherwise have the opportunity.