You Be The Judge! Audience Participation Determines First, Second and Third Place Winners of “Dancing with the Town”: Town Manager, Matt Coppler; Police Captain, Jeff Golden; Realtor Kathleen Sarno Among Those Dancing

You be the judge! Those attending the 2nd Annual “Dancing with the Town” event to be held on Saturday, February 8, 2014 will determine who the first, second and third place winners are. The excitement begins at 7:00 p.m. at Fermi High School, North Maple Street, Enfield, Connecticut

            Other talented celebrity dancers include: Steve Bielenda, Town of Enfield Human Resource Director, Joyce Bolanos, Co-Host of VIVA Hartford; Kevin Fealy, Jr.; Former Enfield Board of Education Member; Maya Matthews, Secretary to the Town Manager; Eileen Michaels, Enfield Adult Education Teacher and Sheila Peruta, Human Services Committee Commissioner. Dances routines include Swing, Salsa, Cha Cha, Tango Rumba, Foxtrot and Baliwood.

            The event is being coordinated by the Town of Enfield Department of Social Services. Professional Dance Instructors are Gina Rosati, Rob McGurn, Matthew Fortuna, Vlad Astafiev, Diana Malek and Linda Gergve  who are affiliated with Ballroom Fever Dance Studio in Enfield, Connecticut.

            An “After Party” will be held at the Holiday Inn, One Bright Meadow Boulevard, for those attending the event. A cash bar and pub menu will be available, as well as a dance floor for those who want to dance.

            Tickets are $15.00 for adults, $10.00 for seniors and students and free to children 12 years old and under. Those wishing to attend the event can purchase tickets online at www.dancingwiththetown.eventbrite.com  or at the Social Services Administration, 100 High Street, Family Resource Centers at the Hazardville Memorial School and Enfield Street School, Enfield Senior Center, Youth Services, Adult Day Center and Child Development Center.  

For more information about the event, please call 860.253.6395.   


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