Boomer Social Network

Dances and Activities

For Adult Singles 50+




Friday Night     December 2           8 p.m.

We are back at Rendezvous Restaurant in Southeast  Aurora. Tony David and Kerry Edwards will entertain and sing favorite songs you know and remember. Everything for dancing. 

TOYS FOR TOTS COLLECTION--For several years we have helped the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve by collecting inexpensive, unwrapped toys for their historic Toys for Tots drive.  We collect several large bags of toys we deliver to the Marine Corps Center at Buckley.   

 Doors open at 7:30. Line dances and cowboy cha-chas start at 8.  The $15 includes your first glass of wine, mixed drink or large glass of beer and pays the performers.  Classy attire please.    
The Rendezvous Restaurant stage is adjacent to the dance floor so 120  guests can be seated. Free lighted parking. Hard to find---Go east on Iliff and under I-225, turn south quickly on Blackhawk, then follow the winding road around to Yale & Heather Gardens Way.  Then follow signs around to the restaurant.  

BUY TICKETS FOR NEW YEAR'S EVE DANCE AT THE DANCE  Only $30. Cash or check at the dance. Get seating preference when purchased early. Only 180 seats in Heather Ridge Ballroom. $30 includes first drink, hats, horns, champagne at midnight. 

($40 at the door-- if space still available) Music by DJ Bob Barney. 

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Singers Tony David and Kerry Edwards are the most popular entertainers for the Denver area adult singles crowd. In addition to playing at country clubs and civic organizations they are the most requested entertainers for the Boomer Social Network dances.

They sing the songs the 50+ age group grew up with the way they were originally performed and sing those that are best for dancing.



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" Reprinted from the Glendale

Cherry Creek Chronicle

October 2016"

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Halloween Extremes

Halloween contains trick or treats, haunted houses, witches, ghosts and superheroes to amuse children.

What about grown-ups than never did grow up?

Instead of accompanying kids and grandchildren for begging on a dark and stormy night., some adult singles still get their own chance at Halloween their way.  The exact date of Halloween is two days after the Saturday parties.

Most young parents and non-parents observe the event at bars and nightclubs that will be recognizing the theme.

Then there are the private costume parties especially for adults of all ages.

The ultimate and the extreme party in Denver is the 8th Annual Paranormal Palace on October 29..  The outrageous  party returns this year to the newly renovated McNichols Civic Center Building at 114 W. Colfax Avenue. Adjacent to the City and County Building  the former Carnege Library just re-opened after a $5.5 million remodel.

And the first big event for the historic structure is very scary in many ways.

The Paranormal Palace attracts more than 2,500 costumed guests who will enter through  a 25 foot skull entry.  Once inside there are 20-foot spiders, two bands, two DJs, and more than 30 performers and models.  Music is billed as "Monster beats from Top 40 mash ups to hip-hop 80s and terrifying groves that pound the Palace walls."  

The sensory overload has a variety of prices starting at $95.37 including tax but only 965 tickets are available.  The limited consumption tickets are cheaper but sold out.  Special seating costs more all the way up to a "3-person couch pit" for $299 plus tax.

This is the 8th year that Kevin Larson has presented this event for the 21-5 age group. This year it is also a fundraiser for the V-2 Education Foundation. More information is available on his very strange website

At the other end of the party, dancing and drinking spectrum is the annual Boomer Social Halloween Dance.   This age 50- plus group has already seen their share of Halloween, first through the eyes of their children and now their grandchildren.  They also have a wealth of costume background.  So, now it is their turn but in a more sedate style.

Far from an open bar, their first and often only drink is included in the $15 admission.  Music is familiar, what they remember from different times of their life and is not loud.

Their favorite entertainers are the duo of Tony David and Kerry Edwards who sing recorded songs exactly the way they were written.  Costumes are less blood and gore but often sexy and imaginative.  The singles are once again dating so most try to emulate a celebrity they admired.

The crowd dances non-stop but leaves  at 11 on Saturday night to be ready for church in the morning.

The adult singles celebration is usually in a sedate Southeast Aurora hotel, but this year it is at The Rendezvous Restaurant, adjacent to Heather Gardens Community Center.  Doors open to party guests at 7:30. The music starts at 8 with line dancers filling the floor.

No reservations are required or taken.  More information and photos are at www.Boomersocial .net.  For more information about Paranormal Palace, visit

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