Tag: SaddleBrooke Line Dance Club

Monsoon Madness

Monsoon Madness line dancers

Dorothy Wood Monsoon madness-—that delight we all feel when the rains begin, delivering relief from the grueling summer heat and humidity-—makes us want to run outside and dance! But here in Tucson, the lightning capital of the world, that could be deadly! On July 30, the SaddleBrooke Line Dance Club had a better and safer,…

Beat the heat with Summer Line Dancing

Line Dancers chillin’ out at workshop

Summer has arrived. The snowbirds have gone, the mercury is rising and you may be asking yourself, “Self, what can I do to get some exercise during the day?” Not all of us want to roll out of bed before 7:00 a.m. to hit the courts, the links or walk the same old streets. Of…

Birthdays are a piece of cake!

Line Dance Club members throw a birthday bash.

Dorothy Wood “Growing old is mandatory; growing up is optional.” These veritable words were brought to life by twenty-five members of the SaddleBrooke Line Dance Club who threw themselves a party on April 13 to celebrate what we often try to forget—our birthdays! This wasn’t your boring cake and candle event, this was a bash…

Chit, Chat and Chow at Famous Sam’s

SaddleBrooke Line Dancers try to squeeze into a Volkswagen Beetle.

Question: How many line dancers can be squeezed into a Volkswagen Beetle? The answer: Definitely not 14! This became obvious on March 16 as fourteen dancers from the SaddleBrooke Line Dance Club piled into various cars to head to Famous Sam’s for an offsite Chit, Chat and Chow lunch. With a tip of the derby…

Valentine’s Pajama Party

The SaddleBrooke Line Dancers share secrets in their pj’s.

It was a dark and stormy night—. Wait, that’s not true! It was actually a bright and sunny afternoon. Early bird diners, clad in smart casual, were making their way across the MountainView parking lot, blithely unaware of the complication that their presence created to the dancers waiting anxiously in their cars. When the coast…

Sign up season for line dance is now

Six weeks of class accomplished and these Level 1 dancers are well on the way to developing great new skills and improved fitness. Jean even said, “I’ve lost a few pounds and inches just since I got back to dancing with Rebecca” after a long seasonal break.

Dr. Mark Magdanz Sign up now to reserve your spot on the dance floor. Reservation lists for classes fill fast, so don’t delay yours. Why learn Line Dancing with a professional instructor?-—you get the best. It’s easier, safer and less stressful. At about $4 per hour it’s also economical fun. There is a deeper commitment…

Free “Super Basics” line dance lessons

Never line danced before? Want to give it a try? Then these super basics lessons are for you. These introductory classes are geared toward those who have never line danced before. The emphasis will be on learning basic steps that will enable you to learn several simple and fun beginner dances. * Dates: Three Fridays…