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No Dr. Dance Parties in September!

Because of the Kansas City Dance Classic, there will be no Dr. Dance Party in September. Steve Hadley and Kim Smith will be two of the judges again this year. This is a wonderful event on September 10th. It has grown each year and this promises to be the biggest and best yet. Our next Dr Dance Party is on October 14th. Make plans to join us for a fun evening of dancing. There will be a "FREE  BASIC RUMBA CLASS" at 7:30pm and the dance will be from 8:00pm to 10:30pm. See you there!


When there are 5 Fridays in a month, Dr. Dance and Bailey Dance do a combined dance. Unfortunately, Dr. Dance won't be able to join the fun. We will be attending the Carolina Fall Classic in Charlotte, as we do each year. A number of our dancers will be competing and are hoping for continued success. This is one of the formost USA Dance National Qualifying Events.

On February 3rd through 5th, Birmingham will host the Southeastern DanceSport Championships. This is USA Dance's newest National Qualifying Event. Mark your calendars for an unbelievable first for Birmingham. This  will be a preliminary event to the 2021 World Games in Birmingham. More on this later. Don't miss it.

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