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Lessons & Workshops in Charlottetown

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  • kimjunk2017
    Burlington, VT9 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    My family of 4 stopped in and took the class at their shop. Her husband started by giving us a history of sea glass and showing us all the different things they had found on beaches over the years. Very neat to see. He also had suggestions of other places to look for sea glass and other activities to see while we were in PEI. We each brought home a really neat sea glass pendant that we made. My teen son wants to make more. It was fun to do and easy to follow. Highly recommend stopping in. Allow 90 minutes or so.
    Written August 25, 2019
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  • tammyBaltimore_Md
    Baltimore, MD3,819 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    This small quaint little shop also one in Halifax, has stunning and very nice pewter jewelry and ornaments, plus much more. if you love pewter this is the place you want to shop. Staff are extremely friendly.
    Written October 28, 2017
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  • Cooper M
    1 contribution
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    I visited DownStreet Dance Studio for an open social dance with pre-dance salsa lesson on Friday, 6 July, 2018.

    I found that the more experienced dancers in this community were inclusive and friendly. The atmosphere they created is very welcoming to those newer to dance, which I found helpful because I’m still quite new to salsa in particular. The DownStreet community embraces the modern freedom to dance with anyone, and in either role, regardless of gender. Some folks even liked to exchange lead/follow roles partway through dances. I love that.

    Social dancers are generally full of light and love. The dances I shared in this community felt like gifts given and received, and our dances often ended with us beaming, laughing, and hugging tightly. It left me with a warm glow that lasted into the next day.

    If I had to guess, I’d say the community centered around folks in their 30s, which is a younger generation than in many dance communities. Age is hard to gauge here, though: dancing just keeps people youthful.

    The social dance I attended had a lot of Salsa and West Coast Swing, and there were dancers who were clearly skilled in both of those styles. Amy (the manager and CEO) also went out of her way to let me request a couple of songs of another style that I was especially familiar with, so we also had some cross-step waltzes.

    After the DownStreet social, Amy told me that the Lindy Hoppers who learned at DownStreet were dancing to a live band that night, so naturally I danced with them, too (and had a good time for the same reasons).

    In a nutshell, you can come to a DownStreet social alone without knowing anyone in town, then spend the whole evening sharing great connections on the dance floor, no alcohol required. Strongly recommended!
    Written July 14, 2018
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