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Circle Dancing is open to everyone. Circle dances are choreographed to different styles of music and rhythms, they can be rather lively or meditative - most of them are deeply rooted in various traditions of folk dances from around the world. No expe

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1 of 2: Contra Dancing You love live music, to move to it, to get exercise, to make friends. Typically 60 to 90 of us are dancing each Sunday. This is a great place for non-dancers to explore a new kind of fun, for experienced dancers new to contra d

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Dancers, fun-lovers
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Pikes Peak Traditional Dance What is it? Live music with caller ... New England style community dance. Safe, friendly, energetic fun for all ages ... contra and waltz dancing ....no partner needed! Free lesson for beginners If you can walk, you can

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What is English Country Dancing by Annie Laskey English Country dancing, as the name implies, was the social dance of the country folk, popular in England and the Colonies from the mid-1500s up through the 1820s.   The dances run the gamut from elega

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English Country Dancers!
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Scottish Country Dancing is the traditional ballroom dancing of Scotland. Interested in trying Scottish Country Dancing? Come by yourself or with a friend. No partners are needed to attend classes or parties, and you need not be Scottish or wear a K

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This is a group for anyone interested in enjoying the most social, welcoming form of dance I've ever found. English country dancing is for everyone, but most of all it's for folks who love moving to beautiful music--everything from Renaissance to blu

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Lovers of social dancing, community dancing and Jane Austen, this is place for you. We meet every Sunday at 6:30 pm at the First Baptist Church in Brighton. No experience or partner needed. We always dance to live music!

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Are you interested in Morris dancing? Have you ever heard of Morris dancing? "Morris" is a general term used to label several distinct forms of seasonal folk dance: the springtime dance of the Cotswold with its intricate foot and handwork (that's wha

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Morris Dancers
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My experience of dance is the symbol of life. Dance should be within the framework of Music but the choice is on the Choreographer and he must be consistent with the dancer's ability. Similarly, group dance is the symbol of human life because in a gr

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Morris Dancing is one of England's oldest traditional forms of dance.  There is evidence that it dates back to the Iron Age and was known to Shakespeare. Many villages have their own dances and traditions even today.  See the Morris Ring website for

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September 26, 2014

Lovers of social dancing, community dancing and Jane Austen, this is place for you. We meet every Sunday at 6:30 pm at the First Baptist Church in Brighton. No experience or partner needed. We always dance to live music!

13
Dancers
September 19, 2014

This is a group for anyone interested in enjoying the most social, welcoming form of dance I've ever found. English country dancing is for everyone, but most of all it's for folks who love moving to beautiful music--everything from Renaissance to blu

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Dancers
September 4, 2014

What is English Country Dancing by Annie Laskey English Country dancing, as the name implies, was the social dance of the country folk, popular in England and the Colonies from the mid-1500s up through the 1820s.   The dances run the gamut from elega

68
English Country Dancers!
August 4, 2014
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My experience of dance is the symbol of life. Dance should be within the framework of Music but the choice is on the Choreographer and he must be consistent with the dancer's ability. Similarly, group dance is the symbol of human life because in a gr

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Members
April 22, 2014

Morris Dancing is one of England's oldest traditional forms of dance.  There is evidence that it dates back to the Iron Age and was known to Shakespeare. Many villages have their own dances and traditions even today.  See the Morris Ring website for

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Members
January 31, 2014

Scottish Country Dancing is the traditional ballroom dancing of Scotland. Interested in trying Scottish Country Dancing? Come by yourself or with a friend. No partners are needed to attend classes or parties, and you need not be Scottish or wear a K

27
Kilters
January 1, 2013

1 of 2: Contra Dancing You love live music, to move to it, to get exercise, to make friends. Typically 60 to 90 of us are dancing each Sunday. This is a great place for non-dancers to explore a new kind of fun, for experienced dancers new to contra d

132
Dancers, fun-lovers
August 16, 2012

Are you interested in Morris dancing? Have you ever heard of Morris dancing? "Morris" is a general term used to label several distinct forms of seasonal folk dance: the springtime dance of the Cotswold with its intricate foot and handwork (that's wha

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Morris Dancers
September 23, 2010

Circle Dancing is open to everyone. Circle dances are choreographed to different styles of music and rhythms, they can be rather lively or meditative - most of them are deeply rooted in various traditions of folk dances from around the world. No expe

172
Dancers
September 4, 2010

Pikes Peak Traditional Dance What is it? Live music with caller ... New England style community dance. Safe, friendly, energetic fun for all ages ... contra and waltz dancing ....no partner needed! Free lesson for beginners If you can walk, you can

123
Dancers
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