Heartland Café, a neighborhood hot-spot dedicated to community building and honoring its Midwestern roots, is excited to host a barn dance for Valentine’s Day! Singles, couples, beginners, advanced, all ages—all are welcome to dance the night away and celebrate the holiday. This low key but high energy event is the perfect way for anyone, couples and singles alike, to enjoy Valentine’s Day. Jo Mortland will be calling and provide a basic lesson before the evening begins–so pros and beginners will have all the tools they need for a fun evening.
Guests will be dancing squares, pairs and lines with live music by Mudflapps and a live caller, Jo Mortland.
In addition, a delicious all-you-can-eat dessert table will be available to satisfy the Valentine’s Day sweet tooth. Fresh chocolate-dipped fruits, vegan chocolate cake, carrot cake and other goodies are sure to provide energy for a night of dancing fun!
February 14, 2014
9:00-10:30 p.m. (called dances)
Live music until 12:00 a.m.
7000 N. Glenwood
$12 in advance, $15 at the door. Includes full night and all-you-can-eat dessert table.
Purchase tickets here.
About Heartland Cafe:
For over 35 years, Heartland Cafe has been dedicated to community building and honoring its Midwestern roots by serving good, wholesome food to the Rogers Park neighborhood and beyond. With managing partner Tom Rosenfeld and executive chef Kim Gracen now at the helm, the neighborhood hot spot has simplified both the menu and the dishes, bringing Heartland Cafe’s rich past firmly into the present. While the focus has always been on sustainability, Heartland Cafe has made a new commitment to locally focused, sustainable cuisine and has incorporated Earth First Farms out of southwest Michigan into the fiber of the restaurant.