Live Dance Instruction
Sundays (10/24—11/28, no class 11/07) – Swing Basics with Wren Newman & Scot McKay
Wednesdays (10/27–11/24) – Cross Step with Lilli Ann Carey and Claire Carey
*Class Party 10/13
October 24th: Swingin’ Styling—take your basic swing steps to another level with Mark Kihara
October 31st: Halloween Tricks & Treats for West Coast Swing with Wren Newman & Scot McKay
November 14th: Intro to Cross-Step Waltz with Lilli Ann Carey & Igor Laryuhkin
October 16: The Jukehouse Hounds
Seabeck Dance Camp, our annual fall dance extravaganza on Hood Canal, fell to the pandemic again this year. But we still have our sweet memories: 15 years of fun and community and dancing together. Join us for an afternoon and evening of joyous partner dancing in the spirit of our Seabeck Dance Camp:
Three workshops topped off by a live-music dance on Saturday, November 6.
When: November 6th from 1-11pm
Where: Leif Erikson Hall
In-Person Class Series and Workshop Announcement
Dear NW Dance Network Community,
Thank you all for your understanding, kindness, and patience over the past 16 months.
- You faithfully attended our online workshops while we figured out how to Zoom.
- Though the classes were available for free, you donated to our instructors, and you contributed to NDN, too. Financially, we were able to break even because of your generous support. We can’t thank you enough. You all are awesome!
We are so excited to be able to resume our usual class and workshop schedules, live-music dances for September through November! And as we go into December for our last class party of 2021 scheduled for December 1st.
There will be 2 full 5-week Sunday classes and workshop series, which will include a variety of genres, such as waltz, swing, country two-step, foxtrot, line dances, and solo movement. Wren Newman and Scot McKay will teach on Sundays.
With your safety in mind, we will be having vaccinated-only classes and events for the foreseeable future. Here is a link to our COVID policy for all NDN events
The mission of NW Dance Network is to inspire the art, joy, and excellence of non-competitive social dance. We are committed to creating a safe and welcoming environment for dancers of all abilities and aspire for every dancer to enjoy a positive experience at NW Dance Network events.
To best achieve this, we expect all participants attending NW Dance Network events to follow the Code of Conduct
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Black Lives Matter
Read statement from NW Dance Board here.
NW Dance Network supports the efforts and guidelines of our state and region’s public health and government professionals.