Bush Dance Workshops

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The last dance on the last night of term, Monday 30 March 2015, "Jubilee Jig".

Bush Dance Workshops

Learn lively dances to live music

WHEN: 8-10pm Every Monday February - November (School and Public holidays excepted)

WHERE: All Saints Church Hall Cowper Street Ainslie >Details

COST: $8 ($6 MFS Members).

Come and Try: Entry to your second bush dancing event at All Saints Ainslie is FREE.

Full-time students are offered half price entry to all bush dancing events, just show your student card.

Free tea and coffee

Friendly, welcoming group, no need to bring a partner, no need to book, just turn up at the door wearing casual dress and comfortable shoes for a great night out.

ENQUIRIES: email dance(at)mfs(dot)org(dot)au

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New term of workshops begins Monday 1 May 2017.

We are now structuring workshops so that the instruction in walking a dance through includes specific details on holds, swings etc. This means that you will learn best practice and make your learning of further dances easier. It is not essential but if you can plan on attending the first 6 workshops these will give you good general instruction in a variety of dances.

Workshops in July and August will include many of the dances on the Colonial Ball program, so come and learn or practice the dances before the Ball on 3 September.

There is also a full dance on the second Saturday of each month and the dance program for these will incorporate the dances from workshops.

"Bush Dancing for Fun & Fitness"

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For a poster, please download "Bush Dancing with the MFS.pdf" from our Posters Gallery

If you can help the cause by printing and putting up the poster, please let us know by email dance(at)mfs(dot)org(dot)au and your reward will be a virtual group hug.

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