Monday nights we're at the Lake City Community Center, 12531 28th Ave NE in Seattle (see map below). The room we dance in is huge (2,800 sq ft) and has a very nice hardwood dance floor, plus there's a second very large room (2,300 sq ft) that connects with the first when the accordion divider is open; some dancing spills into that. Dancers also use the second room for changing their shoes, socializing, and resting. The second room has the same great hardwood floor, and some dancers use the area in back of the social zone for practicing new moves, coaching etcetera in a quieter setting. The building has huge built-in fans that suck in fresh air from outside for ventilation. There's free parking in the LCCC's lot plus plenty of free street parking nearby.
Our home in Ballard is the very sweet upstairs ballroom at Salmon Bay Eagles, located in old-town Ballard at 5216 20th Ave NW (see map below). It's an original old-Seattle ballroom, with quirky fraternal organization charm, high ceilings, lots of air and light, lots of room to dance, and a great hardwood floor - one of the best dance floors in town. There's a full bar downstairs with very reasonable prices; we encourage you to buy a drink or a bottle of water and bring it upstairs with you. Jump down for parking info.
If you can't find street parking, there's a pay lot next door:
You can also park in the Swedish Hospital parking garage, right across the street from the Eagles' back door. Here's photo to give you the general idea; you're looking northwest on Russell Ave. Salmon Bay Eagles is the light-colored buliding far left, with a dark green back door; the Swedish parking garage is on the right. Parking is about a dollar an hour.
You enter & exit the garage on the next street over, Tallman Ave. Read the signs; be sure you don't park in areas reserved for docs & other staff. When you exit the garage, turn right and walk clockwise around the garage until you see Salmon Bay Eagles across the street on your left. Go in the back door and all the way through to the front to get to the stairs. Say hi to the bartender as you pass through; the Eagles are a friendly bunch. You can buy a very reasonably priced drink & bring it up with you; say you're there for Zachariah's dance if they ask for your membership card.
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