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Dancing is at the Old Daley Inn on Crooked Lake to ballroom, swing, and Latin CD music selected by Ron Tritto. This venue offers two adjacent dance floors, the Ballroom and the Great Room, each served by a cash bar. The ballroom is surrounded on three sides by tables with seating for 150 and a view of both the ballroom and the environs. Dancers may dance through the wide doorway, shown below, from room to room. The great room has been set up both without and with additional tables.

  • 7:00-7:45pm Cocktails (cash bar) and Appetizers
  • 7:45pm Student Showcase!
  • 8:15pm Buffet Dinner includes Class Caesar Salad, Risotto Florentine, Sautéed Vegetable Medley with selection of Entrée of Roasted Honey Glazed Chicken, Braised Cod with Fresh Herbs & Lemon, or Sliced Portabella au Poivre (Vegetarian), Coffee, Tea & Dessert of Chocolate Decadent Cake!
  • Advance Ticket Sale is $50 per person, $60 after Friday, March 21st Deadline
    Order by mailing your check made payable to Learntadance Dance Studio, 85 Chadwycke Ct., Valatie, NY 12184. Please include your contact number with your check. Your ticket will be picked up at the door on the night of event.

Recently purchased by the Old Daley Inn Catering Company, the facility has been fully renovated and beautifully remodeled, including the air conditioning and heating systems.  On the left is a picture looking through the Ballroom into the Great Room through the doorway; on the right is a picture inside the Great Room showing the doorway into the Ballroom on the left.
The Old Daley Inn on Crooked Lake first opened in 1780 as The Crooked Lake House. With its natural field stone architecture, it is a classic hotel and restaurant. The facility is a place of historical significance. It had a beautiful ballroom, and its restaurant offered outstanding cuisine. In the 40's big bands, such as Glen Miller and Benny Goodman, played in the ballroom, and people traveled from all over to dance there. In their day the notorious Legs Diamond visited the hotel and restaurant, as did president Theodore Roosevelt. (contact sponsor)

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