Salsa News, Sacramento

Salseros/Salseras

From the publisher,

          I want to remind everyone that our salsa venues and studios have had to shut their doors and are going through some difficult economic times. I would encourage all dancers to monitor the situation and as soon as you see your favorite venue and/or studio open back up for business, please do what you can to get them back on their feet……..take classes, attend salsa nights, buy drinks/food, etc. You will make a difference.

          There are some efforts to help some studios/venues right now………..
                    Del Campo Studio -
 GoFundMe Link

Please follow the simple guidelines from the CDC to keep yourself and others healthy……
          1) To keep from breathing in the virus that is airborne – Stay at home and when you need to go out, keep at least 6 feet from others.
          2) To keep from getting the virus from any surface (including skin to skin contact) – wash or sanitize your hands regularly and don’t touch your eyes or nose. Regularly sanitize frequently used objects around you (door handles, steering wheels, phone, etc).
          3) If you are not feeling 100%, stay home and if it is absolutely necessary to leave home, wear a mask. See a doctor if symptoms get severe.

We will not take some of life’s simple pleasures for granted again……..like dancing with our friends!! We are all in this together, so think about yourself and others.

Stay healthy and we will see you all on the dance floor soon.

Cheers, Robert & Deisy

This Sacramento Salsa web site’s content is updated weekly from the Sacramento Salsa Community Newsletter that Robert Hawck publishes and emails to thousands of subscribers. This site will be updated with the contents of that newsletter which is published and sent at the beginning of every week. This web site and its associated weekly newsletter exists solely for the benefit and promotion of the entire Sacramento salsa community. The goal is to present all the salsa related activities (includes salsa, bachata, cha cha, rueda and merengue) in the greater Sacramento area. Major events (festivals, international bands, etc) outside of the Sacramento area are also included. It is a communal publication and it relies on everyone’s ears and eyes to keep this newsletter and web site as accurate as possible. If you any suggestions, see any errors or know of any salsa events not listed, please pass them along so that everyone can be informed. We make no money from this web site or newsletter and publish all events without bias for any reason. We hope every salsa event is a success. Enjoy!! Disclaimer: The information contained on this website is as accurate as possible, but prices, times, events, locations can change without notice, so always check with the appropriate venue or promoter to verify the information. Links and phone numbers are provided where possible. Contact us with error corrections, updates, information and suggestions for the web site/newsletter.