Go Rogue Warsaw Celebrating Valentine’s Day With Dinner & Dancing

February 11, 2024 at 3:10 p.m.

By DAVID L. SLONE Managing Editor

With Valentine’s Day on Wednesday, Go Rogue Warsaw is offering couples a downtown date night featuring dinner and dancing.
According to information provided, couples can grab dinner at one of the downtown restaurants, and then hit the dance floor at Art of Dance Warsaw, 208 S. Buffalo St., for a dance lesson at 7 p.m. Then there will be a dance party until 9 p.m.
Dancing is $10 per person.
If you take your receipt from a downtown Warsaw restaurant to Art of Dance, you will be entered for a prize drawing during the dance party.
Downtown restaurants like Mad Anthony’s Lake City Tap House will be offering Valentine dinner specials.
Art of Dance Warsaw offers ballroom, Latin and swing social dance lessons for groups, couples and individuals.
Go Rogue Warsaw’s mission is to launch downtown Warsaw into a “dynamic hub of eclectic retail, dining and services,” according to their Facebook page.

With Valentine’s Day on Wednesday, Go Rogue Warsaw is offering couples a downtown date night featuring dinner and dancing.
According to information provided, couples can grab dinner at one of the downtown restaurants, and then hit the dance floor at Art of Dance Warsaw, 208 S. Buffalo St., for a dance lesson at 7 p.m. Then there will be a dance party until 9 p.m.
Dancing is $10 per person.
If you take your receipt from a downtown Warsaw restaurant to Art of Dance, you will be entered for a prize drawing during the dance party.
Downtown restaurants like Mad Anthony’s Lake City Tap House will be offering Valentine dinner specials.
Art of Dance Warsaw offers ballroom, Latin and swing social dance lessons for groups, couples and individuals.
Go Rogue Warsaw’s mission is to launch downtown Warsaw into a “dynamic hub of eclectic retail, dining and services,” according to their Facebook page.

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