The Casa de Manana dance was super cute and adorable. I went with the later group because Jackie got off work at 6, but I think we made it just in time. The seniors were dressed up so nicely, and the two person band was amazing. The man played so many different instruments and it was amazing to see how he used each one to bring a new moment into the music. Though most of the seniors sat down, a couple of them danced and wanted to dance with us. I loved watching them dance, and I thought it was so cute that when they wanted to dance with us they would all hold our hands. I was also really amazed by Chase, who really put himself out there dancing with the elders. John and I were admiring his courage. At the end of the dance, we held a raffle and gave out many prizes. We gave the elders blankets, gift cards, and orchids. They loved it much more than I thought they would. They seemed to really appreciate all the gifts, and seeing their faces light up when so many of them won was very heartwarming. There were also brownies being served as a snack, and they were really good. At first, the elders did not want to touch the food, but after we started to pass some around, then they stopped feeling shy and came to get the snacks and drinks. I was tired by the end of the night, but it was very fun.