Intermediate Line Dancing
Meets every Tuesday from 9:30 to 11:00 a.m.
This class is designed for those who have a real dedication and interest in line dancing. The music may be faster and the dances may incorporate more turns and complex steps/patterns. Different styles of line dance (cha-cha, nightclub) and music theory will also be explored. A solid knowledge of steps and line dance terminology is a must. The pace of this class will be steady with learning a new dance or two each month. Practice and consistent attendance will make this class most enjoyable!! Community Center Membership is required to participate. This class is taught by Marie Joholske.
Improver Line Dancing
Meets every Thursday from 1:00 to 2:30 p.m.
This class is designed for those who have mastered Line Dance Vocabulary and can execute the basics of Beginning Line Dance with little hesitation. The Improver class will learn more complex steps and patterns with detailed demonstrations that will then be danced to music. The dances will be a mix of classic and new Improver dances that can be requested at other social dancing workshops or venues. Hugely popular new beginner dances will be taught also for a couple weeks to keep the Improver group up-to-date. This is a drop-in class with Community Center membership being required. Registration is not required. This class is taught by Pam Vaccaro.
Basic Beginner Line Dancing
Meets every Thursday from 9:30 to 11:00 a.m. (This class runs from January to December)
This class is designed as a 1-year program for those new to line dance. The first class begins in January. This class will move at a slower pace than previous beginner classes in Fountain Hills, hoping that those who believe they have two left feet, will be shocked to find out they CAN dance. This class will emphasize learning basic steps with detailed demonstrations that will then be danced to lots of different music. Current line dance is definitely not just country music anymore. This class will make you smile, help make new friends, and help you realize that it's never too late to try something new! By the end of the year the class will have mastered approximately 55 basic line dance steps, preparing dancers to move on to Improver level line dance class. Basic beginner students may move on to the Improver class at any time, they are not required to finish out the year program. Community Center membership is required. The Basic Beginner Line Dancing class will be taught by Pam Vaccaro.