If you're a college student looking for something fun to do after hours in Lynchburg, check out today's Lifestyles section in the News and Advance. You'll find a story about the dances held on Friday nights at Machu Picchu Peruvian Restaurant. Owner Elsa Duran has been wonderful about letting the students use her restaurant and the dances always draw a crowd.There is a $3 charge, no partner is required and no alcohol is served.
Last Friday night reporter Liz Barry was on hand to interview some of the dancers and teacher, Eddie Reyes. Classes start at 9pm and the dancing runs til after midnight. The Burg magazine is also running the story and a photo of my daughter Megan with her dance partner Antonio. They will be competing next Friday in a Salsa competition along with Eddie and his partner and one other couple. Machu Picchu will host a competition on April 25th.
Megan Malone & Antonio Cervantes
I'm grateful to Eddie Reyes for organizing a fun, safe event for young people of Lynchburg to attend. For more information on these and future events, contact Eddie through his Facebook page - Salsa Nights.
Debbie Malone, Realtor(R) RE/MAX 1st Olympic 20395 Timberlake Rd Lynchburg, VA 24502
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