Folk Dancing Activities – and calendars

Regarding the Folk Dance calendar, thanks go to Judith English for starting the Event calendar on this site in March when it was clear that it was needed to keep track of all the events, and to not miss them!

Then Noel Kropf came, and then Paul Collins joined in, and it’s clear from discussions with the three of them that the calendar is going to get better and better as time goes on, and it likely won’t be going away when we starting meeting in person again! Yay! Thank you!

The calendar will continue to be a great resource for us all, especially when we start travelling! Who can imagine that?

Right now, there are lots of calendars out there for you to refer to, besides ours. Be sure to check them out! Here are some I know about. Do you know of others? I’ll add them to this list.

Happy dancing everyone!

As our Dr. Bonnie Henry says: ‘be kind, be calm and be safe’

By |2020-06-27T14:29:12-07:00June 27th, 2020|Information, Musing|0 Comments

New Website

Bringing Roberto Bagnoli to BC is my project, and so I need my own website! Roberto will be coming to Surrey to teach us how to teach folk dancing for the last weekend in September 2018.

Actually, there are others who are equally, if not more keen to get Roberto here. And they will be helping to make it happen.

One of my goals is to get everyone dancing! Dancing has to be fun the minute you start doing it or you aren’t going to stick with it. Let’s face it – accomplishing tricky step patterns is, well, tricky!

As we all experienced in 2016 when Roberto taught at the Lyrids folk dance festival, he manages to make everyone dance and love the process! Let’s learn how to do that!

By |2020-04-12T20:28:12-07:00May 30th, 2018|Musing|0 Comments
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