Western Dancing at Westwind

Every Tuesday night, the Westwind Club in northwest Houston is home to some of the best Western dancing in the city.
Thanks to our friend Gary Richardson, Tuesday Dancing at Westwind has become a tradition among the Houston Dance Community.  Gary, the DJ, plays host to Houston's best dancers every Tuesday who come for an energetic night of dancing. 

Oddly enough, there are no 'regulars' to worry about.  Thanks to Gary's arrangement with management, his dancers have the spacious dance floor all to themselves!  

Since the place is never crowded and everyone is friendly, Westwind is the perfect place for Beginners to practice their dancing. 

Although Westwind is totally hidden from sight, the club is surprisingly easy to reach.  Westwind is located a block from the corner of Tidwell and 290. Here are three different maps to help you locate the club.

If you are heading north from Loop 610, take the Hollister-Tidwell exit and turn left on Tidwell.

If you are heading south, take the Tidwell exit, and look for Guhn Road from the feeder road just before you reach Tidwell.  Guhn Road will be an easy turn to your right.


About Westwind

Rick Archer's Note:   Back in August 2010, my wife Marla and I hosted a Pre-Cruise Meeting at Westwind

Our problem was that we had far too many people to hold the meeting for our 2010 Bahamas Trip in our home.  We were fortunate to be given permission to hold our event at Westwind.

During our Pre-Cruise Event, we went over all the details, had a big Potluck Dinner and then our group had a great night of Western dancing.

Westwind Dance Club is clean, quiet,  and unpretentious.  Its best feature is the spacious dance floor. 

In addition, they are very nice about letting us play our own music.  Since we have the place all to ourselves, my friends love to dance here.  

There is no cover charge at Westwind.  All they ask is that you purchase a beverage some time in the evening.  As far as dress code, I think they want you to wear clothes.

Everyone is welcome at the Tuesday April 19 Westwind Event regardless of their dance experience.  I have invited every Beginner I know, so there will be no stigma to taking your first steps here.  In other words, you are all in the same boat.

Speaking of boats, if you would like to join us for a dance cruise someday, our next trip is the 2011 Labor Day Dance Cruise.  There is plenty of space available!

If you have any questions, feel free to email me at rick@ssqq.com 

See you on April 19th!   Rick Archer



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