Calling All Dancers
Looking for a new form of exercise?
Come dance with us on Thursdays!!
At this time, masks are required for all participants, fans and staff when in the Bangor Parks and Recreation Center
Research says: Line dancing is good for your body and your mind. We need to keep the brain cells as active as the muscles! Think of it like doing a puzzle, math, memory games and sweating!
It is good for you and FUN!
Dance to all kinds of music: country, oldies and some contemporary music. Wear comfortable clothes and shoes – please no sandals, flip flops, sneakers, clogs or heels.
Thursdays, 10:00 - 11:30 am
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Beginner hour: Thursdays 9 – 10
Beginner hour: for people who have always wanted to line dance (or maybe you did in the past and need to brush up on basics) and for those with two left feet! Line dancing is not difficult once you know the basics. Each dance is the same steps in a different order to different music! Bring your two left feet and have some fun!
Instructor Bio: Instructor Cheryl Hollingworth was a guidance counselor with Deaf children for 32 years before hanging up her educator hat and donning a cowboy hat and boots. Cheryl has been country line dancing for 9 years and teaching dance for 2 years. She is also a certified Yoga instructor. Cheryl brings her energy, enthusiasm and sense of humor to her classroom and dance floor. In her spare time she gardens, hikes, kayaks and enjoys painting with water colors.