Tag: SaddleBrooke Line Dance Club

Dance-A-Thon Recipe for Success

The SaddleBrooke Line Dancers heat up the Dance-A-Thon.

Dance-A-Thon Recipe for Success! Ingredients: * 60 Ballroom Dancers * 36 Western Partners * 24 Latin Dancers * 30 Line Dancers * 20 Argentine Tango Dancers * Variety of musical spices * Large dollop of Shake Yer Booty Preheat the MountainView Ballroom to 68 degrees. Assemble above ingredients in small batches, spread over a prepared…

Rockin’ around the Christmas tree

2014 Christmas Social gathering

It’s that time of year to embrace your inner elf, put on that corny holiday sweater, wrap up a little sumpin, sumpin and get together with good friends. Over forty members of the SaddleBrooke Line Dance Club gathered at the SaddleBrooke Clubhouse-—which always looks wonderfully festive at this time of year-—for the annual holiday line…

Chit, Chat and Chow!

Members of the SaddleBrooke Line Dance Club enjoyed dinner at the Olive Garden on November 10.

Dorothy Wood It’s an understatement to say that we in the SaddleBrooke Line Dance Club love line dancing. On a weekly basis, we can dance over 15 hours at various club sessions. In the pyramid of priorities, line dancing falls somewhere between food and shelter. But even the most diehard dancers, at some point, need…

Halloween bash

SaddleBrooke Line Dance Club enjoys Halloween Bash

I was working in the lab, late one night, when my eyes beheld an eerie sight; for the dancers from the club began to rise and, suddenly, to my surprise—-it was a bash! Zombies were having fun. So were 28 line dancers from the SaddleBrooke Line Dance Club. On October 26 the Vermilion Room crypt…

Line Dancing Road Show

Camping and dancing for Interfaith Community Services

Dorothy Wood The SaddleBrooke Line Dance Club was recently invited to perform at three separate events in the local Tucson area. The first performance was held February 20 at the Desert Springs Retirement Living center in Oro Valley. The residents celebrated Tucson Rodeo Week and our line dancers supported the theme with four country/western dances…