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March / April:

English Country Dance was the world's longest-running dance craze.  They were immensely popular from 1630 to 1830, as seen in Pride & Prejudice and Sense & Sensibility (the Jane Austen novels, and the movies based on them).  All are invited – no partner or previous experience needed.  There is no lesson, and figures are taught as needed.  Easier dances at the beginning of the evening lead up to more elegant and graceful dances by the end of the evening. 

8:00 - 11:00 p.m. — Adults $10, Teens/Students, $6, Family rate, $25.

Saturday, March 3rd — Chris Kermiet teaches to live music by Deb Carstensen, Whitney Heim, and Steve Winograd.





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Colorado Springs:

Most Mondays.

All dances held at the International Dance Club 2422 Busch Ave, 80904 (go past the building, turn right on Race, then right again into the back downstairs parking lot. The dance is in the upstairs ballroom.)

For more information, email Brenda.



Dancers at the September, 2011, English Country Dance