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Foggy City Dancers and Western Star Dancers

CINCO DE MAYO
DANCE

Saturday, May 3rd
Barry Clasper

Calling
Mainstream, Plus,
& Advanced Squares
and
a few fun Rounds cued
by Barbara-Lynn Smith

All starting at 7:00pm
Squares: 7:30pm – 10:30pm
Pre-Rounds: 7:00pm – 7:30pm
Single-Rounds at 8:30pm & 9:30pm
Challenge Star Tip

Saturday 3 May
7:00pm – 10:30pm
Forest Hill Christian Church
250 Laguna Honda Blvd
San Francisco, CA
Lots of Free Parking and 2 Blocks from Muni

$10 Admission ($2 Off for Members)

Download the printable flyer

Yes, we’re at it again – it’s our last Hootenanny Tuesday for the Winter/Spring 2010 season, and this time we’ve got the incredible Michael Levy calling for us!

Wear your loudest Hawaiian Shirt – we have leis and grass skirts if you want to wear one, too.

WHAT: Hootenanny Tuesday – Hawaiian Shirt Night
WHEN: 16 March 2010 – 7:30pm to 9:30pm
WHERE: Sanchez School, 325 Sanchez Street, between 16th and 17th
WHO: Michael Levy calling MS, Plus, Advanced
HOW MUCH: $5 donation
WHY: because dancing is what we do

Lee Griffiths arrived in Denver early to attend the caller school prior to the start of the convention weekend.

“Like most of the beginners, I’d gone there simply to find out if I might enjoy calling; I’d thought I might one day like to teach, and really considered equipping myself for that to be my main goal. Yet I came away totally enthused about calling anything and everything, as and when I find the opportunities and have developed enough to do so. The teaching staff quite simply inspired me with their passion, talent and commitment.

“Twenty-seven hours of classes in three days is quite an intense experience, the more so because you’re there precisely to be given as much feedback as you can get, to go away knowing what you’ll need to do to become a better, more experienced caller.

“Since Caller School, I’ve been very fortunate to have been offered a number of guest tips by other local callers. My goals are to really get into the nitty-gritty of sight calling the various programs (scary!) and slowly work up to being able to call my first full night. Fingers crossed!”