"We cannot tell the whole truth about anything. That's
a pretty heavy burden, because we all just view the
world through our own little piece of coke bottle."
So the trick in this sector is find a place where people can, and/or have learned the basics in American Style of Dance to standardize the movements. The dancers will be able to not only dance with their fellow dancers in that sector but also throughout the island. That is our culture, the very basic moves and it is our social, recreational dance. We are not going for any prizes.
Careful thought should be exercised since the young would rather assert their differences than their likeness. So we have all accepted that the under/over 30 would be nice since it was established by the young many years ago. From there when you get enough dancers, there will be a naturally dividing range for the under/over 60. These are just natural divisions and there are no strict rules.
So far the only possible places to dance would be the Waianae District Park, with the largest and most beautiful dance floor in the West. They have a very nice Tennis Club too, a friendly group of tennis enthusiasts They have a full calendar throughout the season and also have an active social diary with events for club supporters throughout the year.
If you are interested in tennis, whether or not you are located on the Waianae Coast, make contact to find out how you can participate.
"A Million To One" - Jimmy Charles
Honolulu City Pililaau Park is shaping up pretty good and we will have to look into soon. Apparently they have had or still have Line Dancing which sounds like a good start for the Coast. Just cannot find anything on the Internet yet.
Pub's Side Note: Fortunately, I am meeting more people that have good speakers on their computers. With some good speakers you can play music that may sound better than your high class stereos. Or a good set of Earphones. I can give them some of my music.