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Get a Taste of Tango at Whole Foods in El Segundo

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Valentines’s Day is just around the corner…..what to do, what to do?!?

Here’s an idea….

Treat yourself and your significant other to A Taste of Tango at Whole Foods in El Segundo.

There are two opportunities to learn the art of ‘Tango Argentina’ right in the store!

On Thursday, February 6 from 6 to 7 p.m. a complimentary Intro to Tango class is open to all ages and no partner or dance experience is required. In addition, tango couples will be on exhibit throughout the store.

On Saturday, February 8, guests are invited for A Taste of Tango from 4 to 5 p.m. followed by a wine and tapas dinner. Attendees must be 21 or older and the cost is $20 person.

Both classes will be taught by professional tango instructor Ilona Glinarsky of Living Tango.

Guests are encouraged to RSVP to reserve their spot. To make a reservation, sign up at the Customer Service Desk, call the store at 310-333-1900 or email sppchmarketing@wholefoods.com.

Get your tango on….in the produce aisle! This should be fun!

To learn more about tango classes and events throughout the Los Angeles area, visit the website at www.livingtango.com.

Whole Foods is located at 760 South Sepulveda Boulevard in El Segundo.

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