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See Pacific Ballroom Dance Teams ‘Shine’ in Their 2022 Winter Concert


As we enter this season of light the Pacific Ballroom Dance (PBD) Performing Teams are preparing to brighten up the hearts of many at Auburn Performing Arts Center on December 1st and 2nd at 7pm as they present their Winter Concert, “Shine”. Guest performers include Professional American Smooth Competitors Landon and Hannah Anderson.

The gold toned promotional poster for Pacific Ballroom's winter concert Shine, a golden snowflake overlays a faint male and female in the background.
Pacific Ballroom

“Marianne Williamson said ‘as we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same.’ At Pacific Ballroom Dance we strive to build a community where our dancers can inspire and uplift one another through their interactions as well as their dancing. The dancers are learning to find confidence in who they are both on the stage and in everyday life. They are excited to shine on stage as we present a show full of light, energy, and joy for dancing. We hope to see you there!”, said PBD’s Artistic Director Katie Mecham.


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Performances will include numbers from over 10 ballroom formation teams dancing a variety of Latin and Ballroom dance styles that will brighten this season and make you smile. Tickets are on sale at:

Pacific Ballroom Dance

Pacific Ballroom Dance (PBD) began in 1994 as a small, local youth club with a goal to provide young teens with the opportunity to build respectful social skills, self-esteem, fitness, and teamwork. In 2003, PBD became a 501©3 non-profit organization with a mission to build character in youth by providing a positive ballroom dance experience.

Today, PBD is a thriving youth dance education studio based in Auburn, Washington, serving more than 1000 students annually from age 10-18 from throughout the Puget Sound area.

Pacific Ballroom Dance builds character in youth by providing a positive ballroom dance experience.


The above is a press release from Pacific Ballroom Dance. The Auburn Examiner has not altered or independently verified its content. 

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  1. David F. David F. November 20, 2022

    The hyperlink for their website is down.

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