March 29 2017: Deep Brain Stimulation Lunch and Learn – Tango Workshop

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March 29 2017: Deep Brain Stimulation Lunch and Learn – Tango Workshop

Please call 518-262-0739 to reserve your spot!

BASIC TANGO WORKSHOP

And you’re invited March 29th at 12 Noon!

Presented by: Kevin Magee Albany Tango Society and Meghan Wilock PA

Where: The Desmond, 660 Albany Shaker Rd Albany, NY 12211

When: 3/29/17 at 12PM-2:00PM

Kevin Magee is the organizer and founder of the Albany Tango Society, presenting tango events in Albany since 2007. Through Albany Tango Society Kevin teaches four levels of tango instruction, beginners to advanced, and presents free weekly classes to the community. As an organizer and presenter, Kevin has hosted over four hundred guest artist visits to the Capital Region, drawing from the top echelon of tango dancers world-wide. Kevin is an instructor at Emma Willard School (Troy, NY) teaching ballet, modern dance and jazz dance. He also teaches tango through the Student Union at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (Troy, NY) and at SUNY, Albany.

We welcome all to the support group, those with DBS (Deep Brain Stimulation), considering DBS, Parkinson’s disease, Dystonia, or Essential Tremor. We also encourage family and friends to join as well.

See you there


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