Open Letter


Open Letter To all of you who consider Spotlight Ballroom and Midtown Stomp to be an important part of your life, whether it’s an occasional place to come and enjoy dancing or a place you consider home, we would like to share an open letter with all of you.  Most of our messages are about fun and loving dance, but we want to share a message about the business with you. We have survived!  We made it through the pandemic.  We were able to keep our teachers, the heart of our business, employed through a marathon of unpredictable conditions and uncertainty.  [...]

Open Letter2024-02-28T11:20:06-08:00

Sales and Reception Job Opportunity


We are seeking a friendly, organized, and sales-driven individual to join our team as a Sales Representative and Receptionist at Spotlight Ballroom. The ideal candidate will have a passion for dance and experience in sales, customer service, and administrative duties. Responsibilities Greet and welcome clients and visitors to the dance studio Answer phone calls, emails, and in-person inquiries regarding classes, schedules, and pricing Provide exceptional customer service by assisting clients with registrations, payments, and membership inquiries Schedule and confirm appointments for clients and dance instructors Ensure the studio is tidy, organized, and presentable at all times Process payments and maintain accurate [...]

Sales and Reception Job Opportunity2023-04-16T13:27:41-07:00

February Masking Update


Starting Wednesday, February 16th Spotlight Ballroom will align our masking policy to match that of the State and County (Yolo). That means masks will be optional for students who are fully vaccinated. Students who are unvaccinated must continue to wear a mask while inside the studio. For vaccinated students wanting to go maskless, you’ll need to show proof that you are vaccinated to the front desk and will then receive a wristband (like the ones used at bars). Only students who have wristbands can be without a mask while inside the studio. If you would like to only have to show [...]

February Masking Update2022-02-16T11:41:55-08:00

The Right Equipment for Dancing


Lets talk sports equipment... For any particular sport, having the right equipment is essential. While it's not impossible to play tennis without a racquet, it will certainly make it more difficult.  When you first begin partner dancing, we recommend you wear comfortable clothes and shoes, but what does that mean?  What is comfortable for one person, might not be for another.  It is very open to interpretation.  Here is a good general rule...The clothing and shoes you wear should not restrict your movement in any way.  Love that off-the-shoulder ruffle blouse, but can't put your arms over your head?  You might [...]

The Right Equipment for Dancing2020-09-13T13:42:30-07:00

We are open…Again!


We are back and we missed you! We are so happy to welcome you back to the studio! Starting Thursday February 25th, we will be open for in-person private lessons and group classes!  We will continue to offer private lessons and classes via Zoom for those not ready to come to the studio yet.  Our priority is to do everything we can to offer fun classes, take care of our staff, and be sure everyone is safe. See below for what to expect when at the studio.  If you can register for classes through [...]

We are open…Again!2021-02-23T12:57:57-08:00

Student of the Month: March


Phanh Maksong Meet Phanh Maksong! Phanh has been dancing with us since September of 2019, and her can-do attitude is a stunning addition to our dance family!  She talks about dancing so much that her friends have nicknamed her “Tiny Dancer.” Dance has become her creative outlet, and she hopes to perform in as many Showcases as possible. Well done, Phanh!  You are certainly an inspiration to us! A few fun facts about Phanh: She has logged 70 hours of dancing at Spotlight since September 2019! She participated in her first Showcase [...]

Student of the Month: March2020-03-02T20:25:55-08:00
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