Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Gonna Make It.

The Central Valley seems like the most progressive social dance area in West Oahu. The Moanalua Corridor has been completely destroyed by the Rail Catastrophe. And Wahiawa Ballroom Dance Club and Dot's in Wahiawa have been very important to the music and dance scene in the Central Valley. I believe there has been a dance group in Whitmore Village but we don't hear much about them. They have a line dance group near Wahiawa too, but they prefer to remain private and we will respect. 
"A handful of pine-seed will cover mountains with the green
majesty of a forest. We too can set our faces to the wind
and throw our handful of seed on high."

They have Salsa at "Just Tacos," in Mililani on Saturday night and are doing just fine. However, Just Tacos has a Web site and are in Facebook, so they feel they do not need us. Many others do not know that
whatever you have now, blogs are not an "instead of," they are an "addition to," and they don't cost. Dig? Anyway, Mililani is getting ready for more action and there  could be a new night club or a social club there in the near future. We offer our help in the Public Relations with our blogging.

"Fly Me To The Moon" by Jimmy Borges

The Central Valley just needs a good steady all around information contributor that could eventually phase over into a Guest Author that could cover Wahiawa Ballroom Dance Club and the dance scene at Dot's in Wahaiwa for the Central Valley readers/dancers. And any new place where it would pop up. The hits on this blog could go through the roof and the blog would be in like Flynn.
"I Will Remember You" by Don Ho

The Rail Party is doing a good job of keeping the action down in Kapolei, the Second City so as not to interfere with the Rail Disaster. New bars have slowed down to nothing. And there are more people that realize that with a business park nearby, 'I coulda been home in 20 minutes." A flicker of hope has appeared where some bars are offering Live Music but only for listening. The marked signification in making a bar or lounge into a night club is a  "dance floor." Even if it is only ten by ten. Auwe.

From an Exhibition Dancer:
 "The dance is over, the applause has subsided, but the joy
and the feeling will stay with me forever."