Archive for March, 2013

YES! The AnneXe, 32 George St, is open this Sunday, so come on out and salsa with us…
Since this is a long weekend there’s a few people visiting from out of town who’d like to join us this Sunday, let’s show them how fun our Sunday Salsa can be!
Pop in for a lesson, 6-7pm ($7) and then some social dancing,
or just $5 for social dancing 7-10pm

And don’t forget to bring your collector card! If you don’t have one yet, ask us about it 🙂

Sunday salsa anneXe new poster copy

Community Announcement…

Posted: March 29, 2013 in Uncategorized

Check out our Community Announcements page for more info on International Table Top Day, a celebration of board games happening at Rocket March 30 with fundraising in support of Autism Society of NL:

Help us decide! Go to our facebook group page: and do the survey on our wall, or write a message on this post, or email me judy.salsa “AT”  hopefully we’ll have enough people interested in dancing off the chocolate lol Our decision will be posted here and on facebook by Saturday morning 🙂 Thanks, Judy D.

Sunday salsa anneXe new poster copy

I’m always searching for tips on how to improve your dance skills, and this link will take you to a pretty decent blog about just that. Enjoy!   🙂 Judy D


Posted: March 25, 2013 in Uncategorized

Here’s an interesting study that uncovered some interesting details about the way in which various cultures impact international collaboration on the Internet. Considering most of our salsa event invites are via internet, with multicultural attendees, I thought it might be of interest!

Doodle Blog

A recent research project by representatives from Harvard and the University of Zurich has uncovered some interesting details about the way in which various cultures impact international collaboration on the Internet.

To investigate the influence of national culture on people’s scheduling behavior, the team analyzed more than 1.5 million anonymized  meeting polls from 211 countries that were initiated on Doodle.

Here are just some of the highlights from the comprehensive project:

  • People from countries with strong economies schedule more meetings.
  • Countries that plan their events far in advance (such as Switzerland and Germany) take the most time to respond and decide on a time.
  • In comparison to individualist societies (such as the US), community-oriented countries (such as China and Japan) respond to meeting polls earlier and make more of an effort to select times that will work for the entire group.
  • Only 2% of meeting polls contain 5, 10, or…

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Check out our listing here:

FYI “Salsa Circuit is the premier website connecting people across the globe through Latin news, music, dance and events. It is a global phenomenon that brings together Hispanics and Salsa enthusiasts. We aim to expand worldwide to cover salsa events and promote its rhythm in hope of making waves and spread this evolving craze in every major city in the world.”

We need to celebrate…with another Latin Fiesta 🙂

– Judy D

Posted: March 16, 2013 in Classes & Events, Salsa Classes, Uncategorized
Sunday salsa anneXe new poster copy
Come join us for our weekly Sunday Salsa social at AnneXe, 32 George St.
(please check website regularly for updates or unexpected cancellations)

riac multicultural week salsa 2013

Come and join us to celebrate Multiculturalism Week 2013 at our Fiesta Latina @ AnneXe!
We’ll have a night full of great Latin music with DJ Marcelo and non-stop dancing in a truly international environment.
Invite your friends and support cultural diversity in St. John’s while enjoying the best salsa, merengue, reggaeton and much more.
Pass the word around!

This is a fundraiser event organized by Salsa in St. John’s in support of the Refugee and Immigrant Advisory Council (RIAC).

Please note that it is NOT allowed to bring your own beverages and food. 19+ event.


Ven y acompáñanos a celebrar la Semana de la Multiculturalidad 2013 con una fiesta latina en AnneXel!
Tendremos una noche de excelente música latina con DJ Marcelo y bailaremos sin parar con gente de todas partes del mundo.
Invita a tus amigos y ayúdanos a promover la diversidad cultural de St. John’s al ritmo de la mejor salsa, merengue, reggaetón y mucho más.
Corre la voz!

Este es un evento organizado por Salsa in St. John’s en apoyo del Refugee and Immigrant Advisory Council (RIAC).