With no previous dance experience needed, Arbuckle dance enthusiast, Donna Green, will provide beginners techniques to interested individuals with the Arbuckle Parks and Recreation District.
“It’s exciting,” said Green, “I have been exploring line dancing myself, and what a better way to learn it, is to teach it.”
Not new to teaching dance, Green has taught ballet, tap, and jazz dance while in college.
“Line dancing isn’t all country music,” said Green, “We dance to hip-hop, rock and roll, the classics, and some cultural music.”
The six-week line dance class session is scheduled at the Johnson Junior High Cafeteria beginning June 9, at 6:00 PM and continuing weekly on Tuesdays through July 14th.
The total charge for the six consecutive night lessons is a one-time fee of $30; no matter how many sessions you attend.
The classes are designed for all ages, men and women who are beginners and want to learn to line dance. Attendees will learn one new dance each week while also reviewing dances learned from the previous week.
“The best part is, you don’t need a partner,” said Green, “but it’s great to bring along a friend.”
Green said she would provide step sheets for each of the dances being taught, and links to online resources for studying at home.
“Line dancing is a great low impact exercise,” said Green, “it’s not only a great exercise for the body, but for the brain as well.”
For more information visit the APRD website, or call (530) 476-3007, or register and pay during the class.
“No need for cowboy boots,” said Green, “just wear any comfortable clothing and shoes.”