Tango and Tapas time at the Bridge.

The Bridge Lounge hosts a Tango and Tapas Party Tuesday.

The Comox Valley has a thriving Argentine tango dance community and the cornerstone of this community is the not-so-secret Valley Practica every Tuesday night at the Bridge Lounge.

Dec. 18 is special — a celebration of the season while graduating the tango bootcamp participants by throwing a Tango and Tapas Party.

Invite your friends, bring your shoes, and dance traditional Argentine tango as danced in the salons of Buenos Aires. Tango and Tapas starts at 7:30 p.m. Feel free to bring a non-garlic appetizer to share.

Tango and Tapas is hosted by Valley Tango. For more information, contact Kirra at valleytango@gmail.com or visit http://valleytango.com.

— Valley Tango

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