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Don’t put away that bathing suit for good just yet.

Party people Gemini and Scorpio give you one good reason to break out the bikini and swim trunks — their Steamy Dance Night at the Russian Baths.

On Nov. 12, a Coney Island Avenue banya stays open late for the return of the legendary party. There will be Russian, Turkish and Swedish steam rooms, a jacuzzi, a cold plunge pool, professionals on hand for platza and massages, a poolside dance floor, rooftop smoking deck, hookah lounge and chill-out rooms for when you’re ready to dry off.

This is a dance party after all, and to help get you moving, there’ll be a live gypsy band and a Balkan/ethno-mesh DJ. Oh, and don’t forget the free pierogies and open vodka bar (what else?) from 9:30-10:30 pm.

Somehow, you’ll still manage come away cleaner than when you went in.

Steamy Dance Night at Brooklyn Banya [602 Coney Island Ave. between Beverley Road and Avenue C in Kensington, (718) 853-1300], Nov. 12, 7 pm-2 am. Tickets $35-$85. For info, visit www.geminiandscorpio.com.

Updated 5:21 pm, July 9, 2018
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Joey from Clinton Hills says:
does California Hot Tub Gonorrhea still exist? I remember folks talking about it a lot in the 1980's.
Nov. 8, 2010, 10:42 am

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