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COME DANCING

Qualified dance teacher Hazel Robertson is planning to offer a variety of new dance classes at Victoria Hall in 2007, which she hopes the local community will support and enjoy.

  • Children’s classes, from 4-7 years, include Latin American, Street Dance, freestyle, fun dances and lots more.
  • ‘Latin Grooves’ for adults (no partner required): Exercise and movement to popular music – daytime or evening
  • Dancing 50+’ (daytime) will use learning to dance as a form of taking gentle exercise while making new friends and enjoying a cup of tea and a chat (partner required).
  • ‘Come Dancing’ classes introduce waltz, rock ‘n’ roll, cha cha cha, etc. and the first course starts on Thursday, January 18th at 7pm. (partner required).

 

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