Carriage Museum Hosts Western Hoedown for Singles Nov. 21
A Western Hoedown Potluck, featuring line dancing lessons for singles, is set for 6:30 to 10 p.m. Nov. 21 at the Carriage and Western Art Museum, 129 Castillo St., Santa Barbara, sponsored by Santa Barbara Matchmaking.
(This is not to be confused with a similar event earlier the same day and location.)
“Bring a dish that will win you a date – there’s a contest for the best dish,” said SB Matchmaking founder Lisa Darsonval-Amador. “Love happens to the stomach and sometimes increases you chances by bringing a delicious dish that will win you a date.”
Wine and beer will be served. Admission is $25 in advance and $30 at the door, which includes one drink.
Western attire is encouraged. The best Western costume will win a prize. A line dancing contest with a teacher will be featured. The best line dancing couple will win a prize; the couple that most needs to improve also will get a prize.
The Carriage and Western Art Museum of Santa Barbara was founded in 1972. Located in Pershing Park near the waterfront, the museum collection consists of more than 50 saddles once belonging to the Cisco Kid, Will Rogers, Clark Gable and Jimmy Stewart. Carriages in the museum include mud wagons, an army wagon and a circus wagon.
About SB Matchmaking
SB Matchmaking offers matchmaking, date coaching, online dating assistance, as well as image and wardrobe consultations. The company’s events for singles have resulted in relationships, marriages and even a baby. A certified matchmaker, Darsonval-Amador puts on singles events such as the quarterly “Meet Your Match” at some of Santa Barbara’s favorite venues, including the Santa Barbara Polo & Racquet Club. She was selected as a finalist in the 2015 Spirit of Entrepreneurship competition, which honors top women business owners on the South Coast. Darsonval-Amador has been featured on KEYT News, TVSB, “The Dr. Laura Ciel Show,” along with several other media outlets. For more information, see www.sbmatchmaking.com