Mambo, Massage & Merlot: 'Dance with Me' Studio's Dec. 5 Benefit for Food Pantry

Dance with Me Stamford partners with Lanphier Day Spa and Horseneck Wines & Liquors to host December 5th holiday party to benefit the Food Pantry of Lower Fairfield County.

Dance with Me Stamford, part of the chain of Dance with Me studios that are home to ABC’s Dancing with the Stars champion Tony Dovolani and professional dancers Maksim Chmerkovskiy and Valentin Chmerovskiy, invites the public to take a break from the stress of holiday shopping and planning.

 Join Dance with Me on Dec. 5 at its Stamford studio, 20 Summer St., 5th floor for a group class at 7:30 p.m. followed by the holiday party, 8:30 to 10 p.m.

Admission is $15, and includes ballroom dancing, chair massage, wine and refreshments.  All proceeds from the evening will benefit the Food Bank of Lower Fairfield County, whose stock of holiday food has been depleted helping those families in need after Sandy.

To raise additional funds, the event will feature a silent auction that will include products and services from Dance with Me, Horseneck Wines and Liquors of GreenwichLanphier Day Spa & Salon of Darien and other local businesses.

Lanphier Day Spa & Salon is partnering with Dance with Me Stamford to provide massage and other relaxing therapies at the party and will offer certificates for massages, seasonal body scrubs, and BareMinerals makeup applications at its new luxurious facility at 20 West Ave. in Darien.

Horseneck Wines & Liquors, owned by Terry Rogers, a ballroom dancing enthusiast, will be providing wine and auction items for the event.

Dance with Me Studios is one of the nation’s leading latin and ballroom dance studios.  Come join the fun and help your neighbors in need!

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