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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
December 2017
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27
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29
30
1

6:45 Open dancing

7:30 Waltz

8:20 West Coast Swing

2
3

6:45 Open dancing

7:00 Waltz

7:50 West Coast Swing

4
5
6
7
8

6:45 Christmas Ballroom Party!

Party

9
10

6:45 Open dancing

7:00 Waltz

7:50 West Coast Swing

11
12
13
14
15

6:45 Open dancing

7:30 Waltz

8:20 West Coast Swing

16
17

6:45 Open dancing

7:00 Waltz

7:50 West Coast Swing

18
19
20
21
22

6:45 Open dancing

7:30 Waltz

8:20 West Coast Swing

23
24

Christmas Eve - no classes

MC

25
26
27
28
29

6:45 Open dancing

7:30 Waltz

8:20 West Coast Swing

30
31

6:45 Open dancing

7:00 Waltz

7:50 West Coast Swing

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2
3
4
5
6

December Syllabus


Beginner Intermediate Advanced
Waltz Waltz Waltz
     
Beginner Intermediate Advanced
West Coast Swing
West Coast Swing West Coast Swing
     

Past and Upcoming Monthly Calendars


September 2017
October 2017
November 2017
December 2017
January 2018
February 2018
March 2018
April 2018
May 2018
Why do people say "break a leg" before a dancer goes on stage? The dance world is full of superstitions. By saying "break a leg" before a show, people are saying the exact opposite of what they hope will happen on stage. Some dancers have very precise routines for doing their hair or make-up. Others wear certain clothes before a show or keep lucky charms in their dressing rooms or backstage. Before the curtain goes up, some dancers link pinky fingers or step onto the stage with the wrong foot so that when their cue comes, they start the show on the right foot.