Squaw Valley Institute presents "Tango! An Argentine Love Story"
July 30, 2010
TRUCKEE, Calif. and#8212; In 2006, Camille Cusumano went to Buenos Aires planning to stay two months. After two days, she canceled her return ticket. The trip lasted one and a half years and resulted in and#8220;Tango, An Argentine Love Storyand#8221; (Seal Press).
Cusumano has lived in Argentina more than three years. She will perform a live demonstration of the Argentine tango, talk about its magic, writing her book, the tango and writing communities of Buenos Aires. Sheand#8217;ll also share the pros and cons of quitting your day job to live in another hemisphere.
Delicious tapas will be served, included in the price of admission to accompany this unusual and exciting presentation. Sangria and other adult beverages will be available from a no-host bar. Add some romance to your life and#8212; bring your significant other to Tango!
Argentine Love Story event details
Wednesday, Aug, 4, 2010. 6 p.m.no-host bar social hour, program 7 p.m., Cedar House Sport Hotel, 10918 Brockway Road, Truckee
Ticket price includes provision of very special and#8220;tapasand#8221; appetizers. In addition to a full bar (cash), sangria will be available!
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Tickets available on-line: $20 per person for members, $25 for non-members. Order early because this unusual event may sell out. Tickets at the door only if not sold out. Special thanks to Cedar House Sport Hotel for sponsoring this event.
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