Somewhere in Time, Unlimited


"Dance Opportunities"
Around The Sound

2009 Season


  Northwest Vintage Dance
regularly holds monthly gatherings to play vintage recordings from 1900-1930 to which people are encouraged to dance.

"Vintage attire is admired, not required..."

Next dance:
Friday, January 15, 7-10pm
**Guest musical artist!

Gatherings are at:

Highland Park Improvement Club
1116 SW Holden Street
Seattle, Washington  98106

BYOB, snacks, small donation to
off-set cost of hall rental.


Driving Directions - From North or Southbound I-5:
  • Take the "Michigan Exit", #162
  • You will be merging onto Corson Ave South
  • At the traffic signal, TURN RIGHT onto S. Michigan Street
  • Go thru about 4 traffic signals.  Straight ahead will be the on-ramp for
    the 1st Avenue Bridge (509).  Veer slightly to the right as it starts onto the ramp.
  • At the top of the ramp, you are merging with traffic.
  • Travel to 2nd Ave SW / Hwy 99.
  • At Marginal Way SW, TURN LEFT.
  • Take the 2nd left onto Highland Park Way SW
  • Turn RIGHT onto SW Holden Street
  • In a short distance, you will see the building on your right side.
For more information, please email:
Northwest Vintage Dance!
  Sunday, January 24, 1-3:30 pm
"Waltz Cafe" at the Century Ballroom on Capitol Hill.

Featuring Maestro Phil Wilinson's  "Men in Black" who played for SITU's "Titanic" event in 2009.  You simply can't miss this opportunity!

Saturday, February 6th, 6-10pm
New Orleans Mardis Gras Masked Ball

Queen Anne Christian Church
Seattle, WA 
Maestro Phil Wilkinson will be performing with his quartet at SITU's Winter Event, "Bal Masque" on Feb. 6th.  They will be playing beautiful dance music focusing on the Regency/Federal period, 1803.
(Think lively English and French country dancing, no partner needed.)

Make your plans NOW so you don't miss out on all the fun!!!  Go to:


  Friday March 12, 8:30-11PM
"Waltz Night" @ Sonny Newman's
near N 85th & Greenwood N.

Another band combo put together by Phil Wilkinson, this 7-piece group will play dance music (mostly waltzes) from the 1920's onwards.
If you have other dances you know going on in our area which
the members & friends of SITU might be interested,
please let the webmistress know!
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Updated January 14, 2010