During the hoedown we’ll teach partner dancing and line dancing. We focus on beginner and intermediate styles.
- Beginner is where you have little or no experience
- Beginner + is some familiarity with the basics
- Intermediate is a solid comfort in the style and ready to learn some fun new moves or dance combinations.
Partner Dance Styles
We will have three or four different partner dances being taught during the hoedown, here are the ones that are definitely being taught and the levels/expectations. You do not need a partner to partake in these lessons/workshops.
Friday at 8:00 pm and Saturday at 7:00 pm at Town hall
Learn the basic form (quick-quick-slow-slow), a hesitation move, and an under-arm turn. This will get you the basics to get out on the floor.
Beginner + Workshop
Saturday 10:00 am Workshop at Town Hall
Moving on from the basic noted above, learn a few new patterns. You can still take this if you are new to two-step.
Saturday 10:00 am Workshop at Sage Inn and Lounge
Assumes you know a few moves in two-step and are comfortable with the basic mechanics.
Saturday 4 pm workshop at Town Hall
Learn the basic 6 count form and some other patterns that will get you on the floor.
Saturday 4:00 pm workshop at Sage Inn and Lounge
Assumes you solidly know the basics and are ready to learn some fun patterns possibly going into a 8-count pattern.
More to come…
Numerous line dances are taught during the weekend. I will post as I confirm with the instructors.
Everybody Dance Now: Stepsheet • Demo
Saturday Workshop 3 pm at Town Hall (if time permits)
32/4 (count/wall) • Beginner by Conrad Farnham
Music: “Everybody Dance Now” (Power Mix Workout version) by C.C. Music Factory