Falls Church, VA

Organizer since:

November 12, 2011

Do you, (Or would you.), like to dance, learn new dances, and have fun? Would you like to go out with good friends and have a good time playing, flirting a little, and acting like you don't care if anyone is watching. Do you want to learn to dance?

Yes, I love to dance, and I hope to have fun dancing with all the pretty women in our group.

What joys do you get from dancing, and what fears do you have about taking dance lessons? If you already dance, where do you go dancing? Who are your favorite dance teachers? Where do you find fun people to dance with?

What dances and or figures would you like to learn? (Waltz, Foxtrot, Rumba/Bolero, Cha, Swing, Tango, Mambo.) Are you willing to share what you know with the group? Would you consider teaching a free lesson or two?

Tripple Swing, Rumba, Foxtrot, Waltz

Can you suggest a place where we might have free access to a Community Room or some place where we might hold a free dance, or free dance lesson? (I can provide the music.) We would teach each other whatever each of us knows.


Tell us a little something about yourself. Where are you from. What are your hobbies. Has something interesting happened to you recently? Who were the first dancers you remember seeing on TV? Have you been to any exotic places? What makes you smile?

My favorite hobby is dancing and with dancing, as with all art, one can go to many wonderful places. Each dance has it's emotions and if you give yourself to those emotions, you can go to places where you will experience incredible joy. With the Triple Swing you can be a crazy teenager running through the park with your best girl. With the Cha, you can be flirting and acting silly with the girl of your dreams. With the Rumba, if you are brave enough to give your body to your heart, you can actually experience the feeling one has when he is just starting to fall in love. (You know the feeling, the one where your heart says, "This could be the one!") I like dance music to be at a comfortable tempo and I like the beat to be easily heard. I also want the music to have "flavor". (A rumba should be romantic.)


I like to dance and I hope to have fun dancing with the group. I wish everyone could experience the great joy I find on the dance floor. Dancing should be about playing, flirting, and acting silly.

What Mick is saying about this Meetup Group

People really do want to learn to dance and this site proves that if you make it fun, dancers will come.

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