|Intermediate Line Dancing||Tuesday||9:00am – 10:30am||$1.00|
|Beginning Line Dancing||Wednesday||9:00am – 10:30am||$1.00|
|Basic Tap||Wednesday||1:00pm – 2:00pm||$1.00|
|Basic Plus Tap||Wednesday||2:00pm – 3:00pm||$1.00|
|Square Dancing||Thursday||6:30pm – 9:00pm||$4.00|
Beginning and Intermediate “Improver” Line Dancing
Want to give it a try, come to our beginner’s class and learn from our energetic and talented instructors. They’d love to have you.!!! It’s good fun and great exercise for the body and brain! If you’ve learned some line dances in the past, join us for our “improver” (intermediate) class and build upon the dances and steps you already know.
What is line dancing? Wikipedia defines it as “a choreographed dance with a repeated sequence of steps in which a group of people dance in one or more lines or rows . . . executing the steps at the same time but not in physical contact with each other. . . Line dances have accompanied many popular music styles since the early 1970’s including pop, swing, rock and roll, disco, salsa, rhythm and blues and jazz.”
Basic Tap, Basic Plus Tap, Intermediate Tap
Want to be able to tell your friends you know how to “buffalo” or “flap ball change?” Come to our basic tap class to learn these steps and more. Love the sound of the syncopated rhythm and the visual image of a group of dancers working together to keep their movements in unison. Then come, make some noise, and most importantly, have some fun!!! Extra added benefits are it’s good for the brain, great for your balance, and will get your heart a pumping. If you have had some dance experience and are familiar with some of the tap terms and steps, try out our Basic Plus Tap or Intermediate Tap class. It might be just the right fit for you.
Has it been a while since you’ve done a “do-si-do” or a “promenade” with your partner? Square dancing has been around since the 17th-century but Western American square dance is probably the most well known form worldwide possibly due to its romanticized image of the American cowboy in the 20th century (wikipedia). Want to try your hand (and feet) at continuing on this long standing tradition. Come check us out on Thursday nights.