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Dancing in Taos

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Dancing in Taos

Heading to Taos and staying at Taos Creek Cabins (a friend stayed there and she had a great stay--plus they take dogs). Any areas in town or nearby for dancing -- country western, other types? Just curious. Thanks!

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1. Re: Dancing in Taos

The Sagebrush Inn is home to Texas twostep/swing in Taos about 5 nights a week. Most weeks on Mondays and Fridays the Old Blinking Light also has the same type of music. Late night at the Alley Cantina can also be a lot of fun.

The Kachina Lodge, El Monte Sagrado, Taos Yacht Club, Herbs Lounge, El Taoseno, Angladas, Taos Inn and others will all also be hosting live entertainment with/without dancing most nights of the week.

Taos is a place where if you allow yourself to "go with the flow", you can have lots of fun.

Check out the Taos News Calendar of Events online at www.taosnews.com/TTN/Calendar/index.shtml to find out this weeks lineup. It is updated every Thursday.

I know that you are going to have a ball!

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2. Re: Dancing in Taos

thanks! I am a "go with the flow" girl and besides hiking the area with my dog, I plan to enjoy being in Taos!

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