What’s Line Dancing?
Very simply, dancers all do the same pattern of steps to music while being in lines. Partners are not needed.
VJCC is offering line dancing to its members. Classes are held in the VJCC gym.
BEGINNER LINE DANCE CLASS:
Fridays 9:30 – 10:20 a.m.
This class is open to both men and women who would like to learn a new skill or continue to improve current skills in the art of line dancing. An ongoing class welcomes new and returning students. The emphasis is on learning beginning line dance steps while improving memory skills. The instructor, Chris DeToskey, has over 15 years of line dance experience. We are very fortunate to have her! Accompanied by several skilled assistants, the goal is to make this ‘easy’ dance program, fun for all with the benefit of physical exercise.
IMPROVER BEGINNING LINE DANCE CLASS:
Fridays 10:30 – 11:20 a.m.
This class is open to both men and women who have learned the basic steps in line dancing and are ready to go on to the next level of dance. Line dances are taught to various rhythms. The emphasis is to continue to improve and dance to a wider range in choreography. Learning to dance is a great way to improve memory while exercising and having fun. This class is also taught by Chris DeToskey.
HIGH BEGINNER/EASY INTERMEDIATE CLASS:
Tuesdays 12:30 – 2:00 p.m.
This class is taught by Noel Castle who has been with VJCC line dance program since its inception back in the 1990s. Students are exceptionally privileged to have her as she is an experienced instructor and an outstanding choreographer with impeccable ethics. Noel is also known to other instructors and is often invited to do line dance workshops throughout the country.
CLASS AND VJCC MEMBERSHIP DUES/FEES: Each class cost $3, students may attend one or two classes on the same day. Each line dance student must be a member of VJCC (same requirement for all classes offered at the center). Annual dues, $30 per year which enables you to join other classes offered at VJCC.
WHAT TO WEAR: Line Dancers are asked to wear soft sole shoes that will not damage the wood floor.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: VJCC Office (310) 822-8885. Louie Shiroma, Noel Castle, Chris DeToskey.