The past two plus years have been difficult for the Cambria Dance and Social Club (as is true for so many groups.)  Club members have found it hard to be social with restrictive Covid-19 rules or to dance fully masked.  But the times, they are a-changing (everyone hopes!)

     Club members are coming out of hiding starting on Wednesday, May 25, at the Joslyn Center (950 Main Street).  A social half-hour will commence at 5:30 p.m., followed by a brief meeting and the first-in-a-long-time potluck dinner.  Live music will be provided by the Cambria Dance Band with Liz Douglas on vocals, Gary Drysdale on guitar, and Mick Schimberg on bass.   Dancing will continue until approximately 8:30 p.m.

     Club president Clive Mettrick and wife Kristine, along with other Club board members, are planning a Sicilian New Orleans theme for a fun night of responsible sociability and dance.  Community members are encouraged to join the fun and learn about the club.  Masks are optional, and participants are asked to refrain from attending if they are not feeling well that night.  No club membership is required for attending the first two dances with the group. 

To attend one or both dates, please send an email to:   kristinerendon@yahoo.com