Denise & Tom Bach at CharlotteSwingDance.com and the Cornwell Center team up to do a Military Appreciation & Benefit Dance that gives 100% of the profit to the Veterans Bridge Home, a local veteran non-profit group that helps connect our veterans with services and jobs they need as they go from active duty back to civilian life.
Admission: $20 (cash only at the door) Veterans come FREE!
6:30 Doors Open (Please come early for best parking!)
7:00-8:00 pm Free beginner lesson by Denise & Tom Bach with paid admission
8:00-11:00 pm Open dancing with the Salisbury Swing Band
Dress: Business casual to dressy.
The Salisbury Swing Band is loved by both swing dancers and ballroom dancers alike. Each year this event gets rave reviews by those that come out. There is a beautiful new floor at this venue.
There will be a limited amount of tables and chairs on a first come, first served basis for those who prefer to sit and listen to great music rather than dance. There will be light snacks available for donation.
FREE PARKING: Free parking in front of the building and also BEHIND the Cornwell Center in the circle right behind the building and in the lot across Roswell Avenue as well as on-street parking. (DO NOT park at Queens University across Selwyn. You will be towed). Below is a map of available parking. Additional parking is available at Withers House, accessible from Wellesley Ave.
Link for parking map with parking options in yellow: https://gallery.mailchimp.com/787fa9c4aa264bf756e3336b2/images/a77e76d8-8a84-41fb-86e3-2b169f7db6ab.jpg
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Warbirds Over Monroe FREE Hangar Dance Nov 9, 2019 5:00-9:00 pm
Monroe Executive Airport, 3900 Paul J Helms Dr., Monroe, NC 28110
Beginner Lesson approx. 5:00 pm by Denise & Tom Bach of CharlotteSwingDance.com (Immediately after The Wall of Fire at 4:45 pm)
Dinner 6:00 pm for pilots and public (Free but donations welcomed)
Dancing 6:30-ish - 9:00pm with The Reflection Big Band. (Dancing starts after the band finishes dinner) The dance itself is free and usually goes a couple hours.
WWII uniforms or 1940’s period dress (or veterans in your military uniform) is requested but not required. There are reenactors there and the period dress makes it extra fun. Airplane hangars have concrete floors, not wood floors. Plan to wear shoes that will work best for you on this surface. Airplane hangars at times can be a bit cool so depending on outside temperature, layers of clothing are sometimes nice to have.
Although it is free for those coming to the hangar dance only, the airshow is always fantastic and is well worth it to buy a ticket and spend the day out there. If going to the airshow too, be sure to bring your lawn chair, visors, sunglasses, warm coats (if chilly) and cameras. General Admission tickets for the event are $15 for adults, $10 for youth ages 12- 18, and $5 for current and former military service men and women. Children under 12 are FREE.
http://www.warbirdsovermonroe.com . Advance ticket sales online will allow guests to purchase tickets at a discounted rate and have quicker admission through the gates. Advance ticket sale ordering and options can be found by clicking the link below: https://www.monroenc.org/Departments/Tourism/Warbirds-Over-Monroe-Air-Show/Air-Show-Tickets
One of the largest civilian air shows on the East Coast, Warbirds Over Monroe has something for everyone. From jets and warbirds, aerobatics, comedy, choppers, re-enactors and so much more, the annual event brings history to life. Bring the kids to not only learn about these massive pieces of American history, but also honor the brave service men and women as part of a great Veterans Day celebration. With more than 40 vintage aircraft, the Air Show, along side the fantastic food and kids activities, is truly a one-of-a-kind experience that can't be missed. Event is held rain or shine. Flying is weather permitting and there are No Refunds for inclement weather. More at www.warbirdsovermonroe.com.
Facebook link: https://www.facebook.com/WarbirdsOverMonroeAirShow/
This parking is for those going ONLY to the Hangar Dance. You will not be able to park here for the regular airshow. (There is free public parking and shuttle service across the street from the airport for those going to the airshow).
If going only to the hangar dance and want to get in on the 5:00 pm dance lesson try to get there around 4:30 pm to get through the traffic and let the police officers directing traffic know that you are going to the Hangar dance inside the airport and they should allow you to go inside the airport. They generally make the roads around the airport one way for smooth flow of shuttles that are dropping off people from the parking across the street from the airport so follow the yellow arrows on the map to get to the inside airport parking.