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Class Schedule

Fridays: 7:30 pm & 8:20 pm
Sundays: 7:00 pm & 7:50 pm

Doors open at 6:45 pm both nights.

Special Dance Times
See monthly schedule for dates when our dance space will be closed or dances held at an alternate location.

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Class Schedule

 

"Dancing can reveal all the mystery that music conceals." - Charles Baudelaire
     March 2022    
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28
1
2
3
4

6:45 Open dancing

7:30 Foxtrot

8:20 Samba

5
6

6:45 Open dancing

7:00 Foxtrot

7:50 Samba

7
8
9
10
11

6:45 Ballroom Dance Party

SS

Stephen Showers Hosting

12
13

6:45 Open dancing

7:00 Foxtrot

7:50 Samba

14
15
16
17
18

6:45 Open dancing

7:30 Foxtrot

8:20 Samba

19
20

6:45 Open dancing

7:00 Foxtrot

7:50 Samba

21
22
23
24
25

Ballroom unavailable

26
27

6:45 Open dancing

7:00 Foxtrot

7:50 Samba

28
29
30
31
1
2

March Syllabus


Beginner Intermediate Advanced
Foxtrot
Foxtrot Foxtrot

Music

The Way You Look Tonight, Frank Sinatra

If I Ain't Got You, Alicia Keys

 

Demonstration videos

 

 

The club's Facebook page has posts of the class videos for both Stephen and Kurt Popp. You can visit Kurt Popp's video page for progressive videos of the figures during the month.
Beginner Intermediate Advanced
Samba
Samba Samba

Music

Party In The U.S.A, Miley Cyrus

Bailamos, Enrique Iglesias

 

Demonstration videos

The club's Facebook page has posts of the class videos for both Stephen and Kurt Popp. You can visit Kurt Popp's video page for progressive videos of the figures during the month.

Past and Upcoming Monthly Calendars


December 2021
January 2022
February 2022
March 2022
April 2022
May 2022
June 2022
July 2022
August 2022
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