Seattle’s modern square dance group for the LGBT community and their friends
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Open to all – bring a friend
Want more laughter in your life?
Looking for a new interest and more social connection?
Want to move your body and keep your mind sharp?
Then come try square dancing!
This is not the square dancing you may expect or remember: dress is casual, music is contemporary, we laugh a lot, and it’s great exercise.
Singles and couples are welcome. Absolutely no experience (or rhythm) is necessary. Knowing your right from left is helpful, but not required.
Thursday January 11th from 7:00 to 9:00PM (Since we build skills over the evening, it really helps if you come a few a minutes early)
St. Andrew’s Church near Green Lake.
111 NE 80th St, Seattle, WA 98115 (Enter on 1st Ave NE)
Questions? Contact us
Plus Winter Camp
- February 17 with Anne Uebelacker
This camp is for current Plus dancers and will focus on call definitions and unusual starting points. The fee will depend on the number of enrollees (we have to cover costs), but we’re trying for no more than $35/person per person. Come dance with us – the more the merrier. Contact Karen Deyerle, email@example.com. Angels will be needed.
At St. Andrew’s, 9 AM – 3 PM
Puddletown is offering Advanced Program lessons with Anne Uebelacker. Anne is a GREAT teacher, and this is a pretty amazing opportunity.
Tuesday nights, 7-9pm – Starting January 9
Classes will be held at the Welcome Table Christian Church, 1322 S Bayview St, Seattle on Beacon Hill (close to the light rail station.)
The first month or so will focus on dance-by-definition Plus and will be a good opportunity for all experienced Plus dancers (even if you don’t plan to take the Advanced class.)
Then the actual Advanced program classes are expected to take around 40 weeks.
Cost is $10 per class, but we are asking all participants to commit to the first month (of DBD) up front. (If cost is a problem, talk to us about alternatives.)
Questions? Contact Dinah
Puddletown Dance Nights
We need 8 committed dancers each week, or we have to cancel. So please RSVP!
Mainstream Class (Angels are welcome)
St. Andrews Episcopal Church (map), 111 NE 80th St, Seattle
Watch to see what our style of dancing looks like: video
Puddletown dances in church basements and other venues. We are not associated with any religious organization. (If you know of an affordable place to dance – please let us know)