Class Day(s) Time Suggested
Ballet Thursday 10:30am -11:30am $1.00
Line Dancing – Beginning Wednesday 9:00am – 10:30am $1.00
Line Dancing – Intermediate Tuesday 9:00am – 10:30am $1.00
Square Dancing Thursday 6:30pm – 9:00pm $4.00
Tap – Basic Wednesday 1:00pm – 2:00pm $1.00
Tap – Intermediate Wednesday 2:00pm – 3:00pm $1.00

Ballet Intro/Beg.

Beginning ballet consists mostly of barre exercises to improve core strength, flexibility, coordination, and mine/body connection.

Things to bring:

  • Stretchy comfortable clothing that provides visible leg definition (leotard and tights is not necessary)
  • Ballet slippers (socks are okay while trying out the class)

Line Dancing

Beginning: We do all kinds of line dances to all different kinds of music. Tempos range from the cha-cha to the waltz. We try dances rated as “basic” to “beginner.” After a walk-through, we put on the music and go for it! Rhythm, timing, and a sense of humor are very helpful, but not required. This challenge to the mind and body has been proven to be beneficial. And fun!

Things to bring: dance shoes, not too sticky or too slippery. And a water bottle.

Intermediate: Same as beginner level, but with dances rated “improver” or “high beginner.”

Things to bring: dance shoes, not too sticky or too slippery. And a water bottle.

Square Dancing

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.

Tap Dancing

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 Tap or Intermediate Tap class. It might be just the right fit for you.

Basic: This class covers the basic steps of tap dancing, combinations of basic steps used in floor work, and floor exercises. These steps are sometimes combined into a complete dance.

Intermediate:  This class is an extension of Basic Tap, but at a more advanced level. Participants in this class need a prerequisite knowledge of tap dancing.

Things to bring:

  • Tap shoes (available online or locally) and comfortable clothes