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New Group Class Schedule for June!

Dr. Dance and Bailey Dance, along with some of our independent teachers, are expanding our offerings for "New Dancers". The "Beginner Classes" will increase to 4 days a week from 6:00pm to 6:30pm - Mondays will be Hustle, Tuesdays will be Rumba, Wednesdays will be WC Swing and Thursdays will be Foxtrot. The dance selections will change monthly.

The Tuesday 7:30pm to 8:30pm group classes have been re-designated as a "Beginner Plus". This class will be a little more in-depth and will feature a split-month schedule. For June 3rd & 10th, we will teach Slow Dance (Two Step) and Jitterbug (Single Rhythm Swing) and on June 17th & 24th, we will teach Waltz and Cha Cha.

The "Intermediate Classes" on Thursdays are moving their time, now to be from 6:30pm to 7:30pm. In June we will teach Waltz and Cha Cha. The "Advanced Classes" will stay in their 7:30pm to 8:30pm slot and the "Open Practice Sessions" will stay in their 8:30pm to 9:30pm slot. The new schedule on Thursdays opens up some additional time slots for private lessons, to make scheduling easier for everyone.

Dancing is a wonderful activity to share with friends, whether in town or travelling. Our new options for "Beginning Dancers" offers a tremendous opportunity for you to share the fun, health and social benefits of dancing, with your friends and aquaintances. The more people who enjoy dancing, the more fun for everyone. To make it easy and convenient, our half hour classes remain at $5 per person per class and our one hour classes are still just $10 per person per class. Encourage everyone you know to experience the joy of dancing. "No Partner Needed" to join in the fun!

Check out our complete schedule of classes and events on our "Places To Be" page!

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