Our Mission is

To foster, promote, encourage, train, instruct, teach, coach, offer dance lessons and educate the members and non-members in ballroom dancing.
Class Information and Schedules
 
Alert! We dance every Monday in 2018
EXCEPT:
Memorial Day May 28th
Labor Day September 3rd
Christmas Eve December 24th
New Years Eve December 31st
 
The club provides dance instruction on four different levels: Basic, Bronze I, Bronze II, and Silver.
All classes are taught at the same time in different rooms or areas.
Classes begin at 7:30 and end at 9:00, with a 15 minute break at 8:15.
From 9:15 until 10:30 there will be a Social Dance so that students may practice what they have learned.
If you did not attend lessons, you must still pay $8.00/person to attend the dance party
Below you will find information concerning the level of instructions for each and the schedule for instruction
 
 
The Beginners class
The cost of this class is $8.00/person/class or $56.00/person for an eight week class package
 
The Basic Beginners Class was developed for those who have never had any kind of ballroom dance instruction.
This class rotates through an eight week cycle introducing and instructing in the basic steps and timing of
a new dance each week based on the schedule below. Students may also return to this class if they feel the need
to brush up on their basic steps and timing.

Class Representative: Connie Rives, Instructor: Terry Cavanaugh

Dance Lessons Tango Waltz E/C Swing Foxtrot Rumba Cha-Cha Salsa 4-Cnt Hustle
Dates Nov 19 Oct 1
Nov 26

Oct 8
Dec 3

Oct 15
Dec 10
Oct 22
Dec 17
Oct 29
Jan 7
Nov 5
Jan 14
Oct 12
Jan 21
 
 
Advanced Classes: Bronze I, Bronze II/Silver, and Silver/Gold
Advanced classes cost $12.00/person for Members or $14.00/person for non-members.
 
The Bronze I class

After completing the eight week Basic class, student move into the Bronze I class.
This class reaffirms the basic steps learned in the prior class and increases your repertoire of steps for each dance.
Instruction consists of 1 or 2 dances per month with new steps and improvement in timing and technique.
After about a year, students take a test in the different dances before proceding on to the next level.

Class Representative: Paul Miller, Instructor: Doug Shafner


The Bronze II/Silver class


After passing the test to move out of Bronze I, the students in the Bronze II/Silver class will add several additional
steps to their repertoire and focus more on dancing technique. Students will focus on improving their ability to lead
and follow while staying in time with the music. It generally takes between 1 and 2 years for students to progress out
of this class at which time the students must once again pass a test in order to move to the next level.

Class Representatives: Sally Mettler and Chuck Fenstermaker, Instructor: Larry May


The Silver/Gold class


Reserved for the truly obsessed dancers this final level of instruction...the Silver/Gold...is for the most Advanced students
where they focus on learning the most complex, challenging steps. They will also work on improving their technique and timing.

Class Representative: Margaret Hilt, Instructor: Jill Christy

Month Bronze I Bronze II/Silver Silver/Gold
September Waltz Rumba/Hustle Cha-Cha/WC Swing
October Samba/Rumba Waltz/Samba Cha-Cha/WC Swing
November EC Swing/Tango Bolero/EC Swing Waltz/Viennese Waltz
December Mambo/Foxtrot Cha-Cha Waltz/Viennese Waltz
 
The Add On class
This Add On class costs $5.00/person/lesson.

An add-on class is held from 6:30 to 7:15 PM each Monday to instruct those enrolled for leasons at Bronze I level and above a variety of other dances,
such as Bolero, Nightclub 2step, Samba, Viennese Waltz, Quickstep, Country 2step, and West Coast Swing.

Instructor: Jill Christy

Month September October November December
Dance WC Swing Quickstep Quickstep Country 2-Step



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