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CLUBS WITHIN THE CLUB

 

Cellar Dwellers Wine Club

Founded in 2010, the Cellar Dwellers Wine Club is a model of Spokane Club member excellence in action. The Cellar Dwellers started as a small group of members with a simple, exquisite desire: to enjoy and learn about wonderful wines in the company of good friends enjoying delicious food. Now at over 100 members, the Cellar Dwellers have a waiting list. To add your name to the list, please contact the Cellar Dweller Liaison, Alex Van Amberg at spokanesomm@gmail.com.

Cellar Dweller Benefits include:

  • 10% of all wine purchased
  • No corkage fee for members who bring or cellar their wines at the Club
  • Wine locker preference as space is available at a reduced cost
  • Special case offerings at reduced prices and limited wine lots—roughly 40% off
  • Quarterly events include 2 wine dinners a year and an annual wine club winery trip
  • Early registration offering for Club events throughout the year
  • Regular wine tasting and educational flights
  • Each quarter, members receive complimentary bottles of wine

Single memberships receive a bi-annual distribution of wines valued at $80, and couples memberships receive a bi-annual distribution of wines valued at $120

 

Barron Wine Room and Cellar

The member-driven Barron Wine Room and Cellar project sprang from the desire to create an exceptional wine storage and tasting room at the Club through renovation of under-utilized spaces within the historic Clubhouse. The Barron Room honors the legacy of Will Barron, a beloved staff member of the Club who served as the Wine Steward and Maitre d’ for 51 years. His name was synonymous with the region’s finest food and beverage service.

Wine lockers are still available for purchase in the Barron Wine Room and Cellar.

 

Social Dancers of the Spokane Club

This motto of this dynamic member group is Life is a Dance, Join the Fun! True to their motto, the Social Dancers gather regularly for dance lessons, practice, fellowship and fun. Lasting friendships are just one of the many benefits of dance.

Classes, which are complimentary to Club members and $15 per person for non-members, are offered on both Beginner Level and Level 2. The classes are taught by the professional dance team of Glen and Patty Braunstein. Check Signals magazine for the dances taught and class locations. The variety of dances taught includes Swing, Foxtrot, Waltz, Tango, Hustle, Salsa, Cha Cha, Country two-Step and more.

Social Dance Practice is held every Tuesday night from 6:45 – 8:15 pm and every Saturday from 11:15 – 1:15 in Studio 4 of the athletic building. Spokane Club members only!

 

September/October Classes

  • The beginning classes taught on Thursdays from 6:45 – 8:15pm will be Salsa and Tango
  • The Level 2 class taught on Tuesdays from 5:45 – 6:30pm will be Nightclub 2 Step (Slow Dance).

 


 

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