Darrell Nypaver, Dance instructor and founder of Darrell’s Dancers will be on the Linwood Jackson Radio Show, Oct. 12, Join us live 2-3 @ http://www.wfai1510.com/programs/20
Darrell’s career as a professional ballroom dancer began early when he was given the distinction of “best dancer” in high school. In 1987, he secured a teaching position at the prestigious Arthur Murray Dance Studio’s in Devon PA, Narberth.PA and in Wilmington DE. He later established his own private dance class business called “Darrell’s Dancers,” which he continues today.
Darrell Nypaver, Dance instructor & founder of Darrell’s Dancers
For over twenty years, Darrell has been offering lessons to the general public on various dancing styles ranging from the rumba and the tango, to the fox-trot and the waltz. From couples learning to dance at their wedding to seasoned dancers seeking to polish their routines, many people from all walks of life have benefitted from Darrell’s guidance, skill, and instruction.
Darrell ‘s Annual Halloween Party will be Saturday October 25th St James Episcopal Church, St James Church Road, Wilmington, De 8:00 PM – 8:30 PM Ballroom Lesson 8:30 PM – 12:00 AM Open Dancing Salad, Pasta, Fruit & Beverages Included. Up to $200 in prizes for costumes. $15 per person. For more info. Go to; http://www.delawareballroom.com/
Linwood Jackson, Host of “The Linwood Jackson Radio Show” is committed to giving good information and inspirational content each and every Sun. 2-3pm. on Delaware’s exclusive urban contemporary station, WFAI 1510am. We have a great show in store for you so join us here live 2-3 Oct. 12 @ http://www.wfai1510.com/programs/20
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