We focus on one style of ballroom dance each month (such as waltz; foxtrot; cha cha; rumba, mambo, etc.). However, during open dance time a variety of music is played for dancers to practice, or be exposed to, a variety of ballroom dance styles.
Partners are not required, but neither are they provided. Usually, someone in the group will voluntarily help single attendants, but the Chapter cannot guarantee this. Singles can benefit by learning their part in the dance styles and routines being taught, and by participating in Line Dances.
We recommend you dress to stay cool, but carry an extra layer or jacket to be comfortable thoughout the evening. The movement of dance will generate warmth, but you will cool down when you are not moving.
You should also wear shoes that are light, and that will slide well on a tile floor.
Coffee, water and soda are provided free of charge at all of our meetings. Sometimes, a member will bring a dessert to share, but this is not guaranteed. If you think you will need it, you may want to bring a snack for yourself. Especially if you have low blood sugar issues.