Video and Reporting by: Isaiah Showell
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — Arlin’s Dance Spot and Bourre Bar & Grill teamed up to host a Salsa Night in which community members learned some pretty advanced dancing techniques.
Arlin’s Dance Spot owner Arlin Padilla helped teach community members the Salsa, Bachata, and Zumba at the event, which had a number of different coronavirus-related safety measures in place. Participants were socially distant throughout the evening, and hand sanitizer was also available for free to anyone participating.
If you weren’t able to make it to the event in Atlantic City, you can book your place in some of Arlin’s Dance Spot’s indoor, outdoor, and virtual dance classes by checking out the company’s official website.
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