Event held in banquet room of the Schnitzelburg Amvets hall.
How Much? - $5 (Amvets members, 18 & under, and volunteers get in free)
Where? - Amvets Post 9 & Danny Mac's Pizza @ 1567 S Shelby St 40217
When? - Thursday June 20th
When? When? - Doors open @ 7, beginners dance workshop
@ 7:30 with dancing from 8-10:30
Workshop? - 9-9:30pm Appalachian Flat-Foot, Clogging, and Buck dancing for beginners.
Who? EVERYONE. ALL ages.
What Band? - Fiddle 'n' Feet with Tamara Loewenthal CALLIN' and CLOGGIN' (Bloomington, IN) www.fiddlenfeet.com
Wanna Play? Old time music JAM in the bar. Bring your instrument to participate in the all level jam.
Wanna support the dance? contact us at [masked]
***All dances TAUGHT. No experience necessary. No one is required to dance. Predominantly simple and traditional southern Appalachian figures. No dress code or partner needed. Anyone can dance with ANYONE regardless of gender.
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Beginner lessons at 7:30 to help with basic techniques. But remember, these moves are meant to be simple. Anyhow, sometimes messing up is half the fun. ;)
You can come alone, +1, or +5: all will be included regardless. But, no one is forced to dance unless they're feelin' it. (Watching is really fun too.) These social-dances are all about fun and inclusivity. We encourage folks to find new friends and dance partners throughout the night. Leads and follows are both encouraged to ask others to dance.
We encourage mixed skill-levels to dance together in order to form a community of dance-mentors. If you're an experienced dancer, consider learning both the lead and follow part to better help newbies get light on their feet!
INVITE YOUR FRIENDS
Fun increases exponentially when there's a big'ole mess of people dancing and laughing together. We've had a great turn out last year, mostly do to fa ebook and friends convincing friends it really is actually fun, and not at all like they may think. Let's keep it up!