Big Band Dinner Dance - Saturday, November 1

Menifee Valley Athletic Club is hosting a big band dinner dance this Saturday, November 1, 2008, from 4:00pm to 8:00pm.

It's open to the public; you don't have to be a member of the Athletic Club.

However, tickets cost $55.00 per person.

The Armand Blais Orchestra will have its full band there, belting out live tunes from the big band swing era.

Contact Menifee Valley Athletic Club for details: (951) 246-3530

Menifee Valley Athletic Club
29700 Bradley Road
Sun City, CA 92586

Big Band Dinner Dance




6 Comments:

  1. That looks promising MVAC...

    Has there been an updated Financial Study from the Local Agency Formation Commission of Riverside County? I'm considering beginning a feasibility report for the construction of a Movie theatre just off of newport and wanted to get a demographic and population count of the city. A new study has found that movie ticket sales and big box store sales have increased as a consequence of the slumping economy. I envision something similar to the Dos Lagos project off of the 15 freeway.

    I think a market study would be useful in lobbying businesses that would do well in the area.

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  2. Alright :) it don't mean a thing if it ain't got that swing.

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  3. why is this blog hardly updated anymore? It's getting really dull, when I use to check it several times a day.

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  4. Let's give the guy a break...he can't sleep with this site! I check it everyday too, but know that some days he has a real life to attend to. I must say though that it does seem good though for all the 'argumentive-inciting- blogs' to be stopped! Steve does a superior job for us all.

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  5. I'm actually up in Renton, WA, tending to some other business matters. I'm still checking e-mails and such. Should be back Tuesday sometime.

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  6. Say hello to my good friends in Everett and on Whidbey Island.

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