Tag: dancing

Can I still dance this spring? Barely!

Dr. Mark Magdanz The first classes began on April 22, so don’t delay. You may catch up if you inquire now and have some fitness. Should you learn Line Dancing from a professional instructor? Yes, for an easier, safer and less frustrating experience. Rebecca has a deep commitment to your fun and rapid development of…

Partners Western Dance summer activities

Jane Gromelski, President Partners Western Dance Club will continue dancing in the summer months in the MountainView Ballroom on Mondays at 6:00 p.m. These are not classes, but informal practices. Harry and Dottie Adams have volunteered to provide music and will organize the practices, so we don’t forget all the dances we have learned. As…

Ballroom dancing into summer

Wanda Ross Summer is just around the corner. Snowbirds are starting to leave but we’re still dancing. On Friday, April 12, more than 40 dancers enjoyed our last Ballroom Dance Dinner Party of the winter/spring dance season. We enjoyed a delicious dinner of pear walnut salad with a choice of chicken marsala, striped sea bass…

SaddleBrooke Line Dance Club

Andrea Sahl Retirement is a wonderful phase in our lives when we can try new things, return to long-lost passions or just reinvent ourselves. SaddleBrooke offers a myriad of opportunities to do any and all. I have always wanted to learn to dance, and when we moved here, the SaddleBrooke Line Dance Club was the…

Latin Rhythm Dance Club

Celebrates Columbia Month About Colombian Cumbia During the 17th and 18th century African slave populations of Colombia’s Caribbean coastal towns lived, worked and died alongside the indigenous Amerindians; a population similarly exploited by the colonial powers of Europe. Out of this society, cumbia emerged as a social and courtship dance, taking its name from the…

Ballroom Dance Club elects new officers

Wanda Ross New officers were elected for the SaddleBrooke Ballroom Dance Club at our General Meeting in April; Brian Hand as President, Kathleen Dunbar as Vice President, Dottie Adams as Secretary and Wanda Ross as Treasurer. The vision for the Board is to help both those people who want to get back into dancing and…

We’re ballroom dancing this spring

Wanda Ross Spring is here, the desert is in bloom and we’re still dancing. Come join us. On Friday, April 12, more than 40 dancers enjoyed our last Ballroom Dance Dinner Party of the winter/spring dance season. We enjoyed a delicious dinner of pear walnut salad with a choice of chicken marsala, striped sea bass…

Move to the Music 2019

This season’s Move to the Music, an exercise program featuring line dance, touched on many kinds of line dances and many kinds of music. In each eight-week series the dancers learned up to ten current and classic line dances. The dances were chosen to expose the dancers to most of the basic steps and sequences…

Free ballroom dance lessons offered

Wanda Ross Now that the weather is getting hotter, are you looking for a fun indoor activity? How about learning to ballroom dance? Free dance lessons are offered by the SaddleBrooke Ballroom Dance Club. Classes are taught by volunteer experienced club dancers who are eager to help you learn and enjoy dancing. On Wednesday mornings…

SaddleBrooke Squares…growing by leaps and bounds

J.P. Blount The SaddleBrooke Squares recently celebrated their 25th year in the community! But the club isn’t resting on its laurels. Instead, the club decided to reach out to the entire SaddleBrooke One and SaddleBrooke TWO communities to let them know about square dancing. The club’s efforts were led by members Richard and Donna Martin…