Clog Dancing

FREE CLOG DANCING CLASSES



Clog dancing is an American folk dance from the region of the Appalachian Mountains. Its roots are from the traditional step dances brought to the New World by European settlers. It can be considered a cross between tap dance, square dance and Irish step dancing. All the steps have names and are taught by breaking each step into easy parts. Then the different steps are put together into a choreographed and cued routine, danced usually either in a line or a circle.



Clog dancing is easy to learn, requires no special shoes or equipment and needs no partner. It is great exercise, builds up your stamina and helps improve your balance. Plus, it's just great fun and a great way to make friends! We dance every Tuesday and Thursday from noon till 2 at the Red Barn, 20609 Lakeshore in Baie-d'Urfe. Wear comfortable shoes that you won't kick off. Old sneakers are perfect. For more information you can call Kitty Wilkes at 514-457-9049 or email kitty.wilkes@gmail.com.



Tuesday & Thursday

noon-2

The Red Barn

20609 Lakeshore Drive

Baie-d'Urfe



Classes are FREE and open to anyone! Come join the fun!

kitty.wilkes@gmail.com

We dance at The Red Barn

20609 Lakeshore Drive

Baie-d'Urfe

Organization online since December 2, 2009

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