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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
     July 2019    
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6:45 Open dancing

7:30 Foxtrot

8:20 Cha-Cha-Cha

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Food truck Friday

 

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6:45 Open dancing

7:00 Foxtrot

7:50 Cha-Cha-Cha

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6:45 Ballroom Dance Party

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Stephen Showers Hosting

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6:45 Open dancing

7:00 Foxtrot

7:50 Cha-Cha-Cha

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6:45 Open dancing

7:30 Foxtrot

8:20 Cha-Cha-Cha

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6:45 Open dancing

7:00 Foxtrot

7:50 Cha-Cha-Cha

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6:45 Open dancing

7:30 Foxtrot

8:20 Cha-Cha-Cha

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6:45 Open dancing

7:00 Foxtrot

7:50 Cha-Cha-Cha

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July Syllabus


Beginner Intermediate Advanced
Foxtrot Foxtrot Foxtrot

Music

I am a good girl, by Christina Aguilera

Don't Stop Believing - Journey (Cover)

 

Visit the club's Facebook Page for videos of Stephen's lessons.

You can visit Kurt Popp's video page or the club's Facebook Page for progressive videos of the figures during the month
Beginner Intermediate Advanced
Cha-Cha-Cha Cha-Cha-Cha Cha-Cha-Cha

Music

Sway, by the Pussy Cat Dolls

Call Me Maybe, by Carly Rae Jepsen

 

Visit the club's Facebook Page for videos of Stephen's lessons. You can visit Kurt Popp's video page or the club's Facebook Page for progressive videos of the figures during the month.

Past and Upcoming Monthly Calendars


April 2019
May 2019
June 2019
July 2019
August 2019
September 2019
October 2019
November 2019
December 2019
Can performing really be addictive? Yes and no. In the medical sense, dancing and performing are definitely not addictive, but many dancers report getting a "rush" from being on stage. While dancing, the body releases endorphins, which are chemicals in the brain that are responsible for positive moods. Endorphins also act like natural painkillers, so even after hours of gruelling rehearsal, dancers don't necessarily feel their aching muscles and joints when they're on stage. Once they start dancing, many people find it hard to quit because the enjoyment factor is so compelling. It's hard to find something else to take its place since few other activities make them feel so connected and alive.