Dance lessons are given every Wednesday night from 7-7:45 p.m. in the back half of the hall at the Community Center. You do not need to bring a partner in order to take the lessons. The lessons are free with admission to our weekly dances.
|May 8th||East Coast Swing II||Deborah Young and Jay Scott|
|May 15th||West Coast Swing – fun patterns||David Carter|
|May 22th||Night Club 2 Step||Mike and Kim Nelson|
|June 5th||Line Dance Series I (ECS as Alternative)||Nancy Morgan|
|June 12th||Line Dance Series II (ECS as Alternative)||Nancy Morgan|
|June 19th||Line Dance Series III (ECS as Alternative)||Nancy Morgan|
|June 26th||Line Dance Series IV (ECS as Alternative)||Nancy Morgan|
If you want to learn to dance, you are encouraged to attend the first dance lesson of the month and follow through with the rest of the lessons. Each class will build on the instruction given in the previous lesson.Prior attendance at the basic lessons is encouraged before you take an Intermediate lesson. You are welcome to repeat the Basic lessons as many times as you wish (and you’ll learn something you missed before).
East Coast Swing is the foundation for what is called Bop in the South, Imperial Swing in the St. Louis area, and Jitterbug in the North. West Coast Swing is another style rapidly gaining popularity and we teach it along with several other dance styles..