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The times, they are a-changing, friend. And they are not through changing either. So you youngsters should not get too attached to the present innovations. The other weekend I worshiped with an interesting church in Jacksonville, Florida. I have not known that church previously, but had learned a little of their story before arriving. As the neighborhood changed around them, most of their members had moved away.
Since the church failed to make the necessary adjustments to reach new residents of their community, it was slowly dying. So, not long ago, the remaining membership—mostly senior adults—asked a larger and healthy, thriving church in the area to take them over. They would be willing to make whatever changes were necessary to turn this around. The members are so wed to the ways of yesterday and the methods of the past that they prefer to let the church die rather than change.
Six months after they called a young pastor from New Orleans to shepherd this transitioning congregation, I showed up for three days of ministry. As always, before and after preaching, I sat at a table drawing people. I was pleasantly surprised by the large number of children and teens and young families throughout the buildings.
Already, the church is flourishing. The longtime members of that little church are having to get used to a lot of change. The pastor does not wear a suit or tie or even a sport coat.
Music is provided by a group composed of piano, several guitars, and a drum set. Four or five young adults were the praise ensemble. It was a blessed service. The singing was great, the people were happy and friendly, and the fellowship was sweet. A large screen flashes the words to hymns and choruses. The platform is covered by musical instruments, and an air of informality pervades.
May I repeat that? Churches are always changing—if they are alive. You were attracted to it because of location and ministry, because you liked the pastor and the people were friendly. You have served the Lord there in numerous capacities and your children grew up there. You have a history with that church. They are attracting a different group of people from the lovely group that drew you in.
You feel less and less a part of things. Everytime someone joins your church or leaves it, the church changes. Everytime a member begins to get serious about reading the Word or witnessing or tithing or ministering, or when they backslide, the church changes. It is never static, never a frozen entity. I grew up on a certain kind of church music, then grew past that. Life is like that. You are if you insist that the Lord do something again in the same way He did it before.
You are dragging your feet and resisting Him if you reject the new things He sends because they are outside your comfort zone. Do you suppose Jonah felt comfortable going to Nineveh? This may be His way of cutting you loose from those ties that have bound you so you can move forward. Yep, I said that. They will still bear fruit in old age.
They will be full of sap and very green…. You brought the word into a new light. It blessed my heart to hear you speak. Please, come back and visit again soon. Thanks again for the cartoon picture!! It seems to me a lot of what you see is a backlash to years without change rather than gradual change. Not all churches and denominations are as you describe here.
Some are just as vibrant and growing as you describe and still traditional. When these radically changed churches ignore the needs of another segment of the church, that is self centered rather than Christ centered. But…it is what has happened and is still happening.
No one is being left behind in the dust. Everyone at the church is being given the chance to accept the change that is occurring. I would say at this point that if a traditional setting is what you prefer, then seek that setting out and enjoy the presence of God there.
I grew up at this church, and am loving what God is doing there. Praise God for HIS freshness and newness. So, Randy and folks like him are not entitled to their viewpoints? That is not the way the church is supposed to work.
Friend I understand your point in seeing issue with holding people hostage in a changing environment. To tell others there will be much change and not give any alternative is like holding someone hostage. With this said I would like to point out that those in the congregation not willing to change are doing exactly what they are claiming the young generation is doing.
We must all get the speck out of our own eye and be willing to be a Jew to the Jews or a gentile to the gentiles. Our Episcopal church is very steeped in tradition, but our own parish has solved the problem by having three services using the old, traditional ways in one, a combination of old and new in another, and the praise and worship format at the other. This way, one can go to a service that they feel comfortable going to. It has worked out well with us. If my understanding is correct, the Bible instructs us to make the Lord out lord, not man.
In my life I have been a member of 3 churches. Before the Lord made radical changes in each of the earlier two churches, He nudged me to move and showed me where. How blessed I was when I obeyed. Fortunately the pastor was both compassionate and wise, and directed me to a church where I was mightily blessed.
That first church was within the same year disbanded and I was spared much trauma by trusting the Lord fully. The second time I sought wise counsel and prayer. If a church is no longer strongly anchored upon solid biblical teaching, and its leaders do not roll model reverence for the Lord and humbleness in spirit, it is time to move.
The hymns that are sung in our churches and many of which are well over years old were not composed on the harp and lyre. The modern representation of the holy of holies is the house of God — what is our modern representation of proper garments respectful?
For men — suit and tie. For women — dresses. Go to Genesis and Matthew to look at what the men were wearing.
They also had a Lyre and harps that they played. That is, if they had any instruments to play at all. Society as a whole has changed. I know that not all the changes are good but some are. I think the mindset that we have when entering church is more important than what we are wearing. We go to worship our Lord. Who are we to trust? Who do I have but You Lord?
Where can I go but to the Lord? Sometimes these services are going on at the same time. I would have a hard time choosing. Let us lift our eyes to the Lord. Bob, you are not correct…. Or do you not know that your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit within you, whom you have from God? You are not your own, for you were bought with a price.
So glorify God in your body. Specific clothing is not a theology issue, and certainly not a requirement for corporate worship. But the hour is coming, and is now here, when the true worshipers will worship the Father in spirit and truth, for the Father is seeking such people to worship him. NO mention of clothing. We know that He is, was and always will be. Because of that truth Jesus is always relevant to ancient and modern times. In the same way that Jesus used what people could relate to years ago as a means of getting the truth across to them, He can also work through what we currently relate to in order to get the SAME truth across to us./p>
Non-alcoholic beverages will be provided. Bring notes, photos and memorabilia to share. Barre, Massachusetts - Stone Cow Brewery: Free admission and family friendly. Camp Chimney Corners in Becket, Massachusetts in western Massachusetts after several years of camping elsewhere. This is a YMCA camp that hosts groups throughout the year. It is a very nice looking camp sited on a lovely undeveloped lake.
Gender role free dancing is the theme of LCFD dance camps. Our main focus is contra dancing, but we regularly supplement the program with English country dancing and for this camp we will also have some additional dance form TBA taught for beginners. We mainly attract lesbian and gay women and men, yet we welcome and get anyone who wants to dance without reference to gender roles.
You don't need to bring a partner. Don't be shy, just ask someone to dance. Becket, Massachusetts - Swallowtail Anniversary Weekend: Dance weekend in mid-September at Camp Becket to celebrate the anniversary of the formation of the band Swallowtail. Becket, Massachusetts - Northeast Squeeze-In: Annual fall weekend celebrating accordions and their relatives at the Chimney Corners, Camp Becket.
There is a contra dance as part of the activities. Becket, Massachusetts - Flights of Fancy: Dance weekend at Camp Becket. Along with dance and music, options will include boating, hiking, lounging and visiting, plus a sauna! We will have jam sessions, song swaps, and dance workshops. At night, of course, more dance and music until the wee hours. Becket, Massachusetts - Form the Ocean: Dancing, workshops dancing and non-dancing , and conversations same during this weekend camp event in mid-May at Berkshire Outdoor Center Chimney Corners.
Becket, Massachusetts - Jacob's Pillow: Begin the evening with beginners instruction, then dance the night away with friends and family. Light snacks and beverages provided.
Bedford, Massachusetts - Green Dance: Dance from p. Belmont, Massachusetts - Chestnut Calling Workshop: David Millstone will be conducting a special Chestnuts Calling Workshop for callers interested in learning how to call these wonderful dances!
David has requested that all callers choose at least one dance prior to the workshop that you'd like to learn to call. Please contact Sally Bown asap for the list: Are you a musician who would like to learn more about Chestnut tunes?
Come and join us, too! While this is a workshop and not a dance, we still need dancers. If you've ever danced Chestnuts, you know how much fun they are! If you haven't, come and see what they're all about. It's a great chance to support your fellow callers and musicians in this learning experience. David brings a lot of experience and a deep enthusiasm for Chestnuts! This is an opportunity not to be missed! Belmont - Memorial Dance for Eph Weiss: Join us for an afternoon celebrating the life of Eph Weiss through the activity he loved the most: Throughout the afternoon there will be International, contra and square, English Country, and Scandinavian dancing, plus lots of waltzes, with live music and dance leading donated by our community's musicians and callers.
Contributions to the refreshment table are very welcome. The Folk Arts Center of New England will administer the fund, and the coordinators of the camp session will allocate the scholarships.
All donations to this fund are tax-deductible to the full extent allowed by law. Belmont - Cal Howard Memorial Dance: Please join us for a special event from 2pm to 5pm at the Payson Park Church, Belmont Street, Belmont, Massachusetts , celebrating the life of musician and dancer Cal Howard.
Following the dance is an open jam session, 5—6 pm. Contributions to the refreshment table are much appreciated. If you have photos of Cal to share, please bring them along.
For more information, contact the event coordinator, Janet Yeracaris, by phone at or by email at jkty yyci. Dance is from 7: Our contra dances are taught to all ages. We recommend wearing lightweight loose fitting clothes as well as clean soft soled shoes. Hope to see you there. Call for information or weather related cancellations. Bethany, Connecticut - Sound for Haiti: For more information please contact Carol Taubl.
By email at tpianist aol. Bethany - Family Harvest Festival: Bethany - Donkey Hoedown: Benefit for Red Skye to Go, bringing the farm to you. Donkeys, dinner, dancing, and more.
Bethel, Connecticut - Founders' Day: Registration is required due to capacity regulations. Please call ex. No dancing experience is necessary. The caller will walk us through the steps so that we can follow her call once the music starts. This fun-filled event is for all ages: Bolton, Massachusetts - Florence Sawyer School: Barn dance from 6: Boston, Massachusetts - Guerilla Contra Irregular contra dances, generally outside, at various locations and dates in the Boston metropolitan area.
We will meet, we will find new friends on the street, we will play music, and we will dance. This has the added benefit of spreading the word about all the contra opportunities in the Boston area. Check web site for details. Many times, volunteer callers and musicians are welcome to participate.
Boston, Massachusetts - Folk Dancing by the Fountain: Beginners and singles are always welcome! A Boston tradition since , FAC's outdoor summer folk dance series offers basic folk dance instruction, often accompanied by live music. To get there by public transportation, take any Green Line trolley to Copley Station.
FAC's FolkFone provides a recorded announcement with information about current Boston-area folk dance events. Call after 5 pm on June, July, and August Tuesdays for the final word on cancellation of the Copley Square dance because of inclement weather or other unforeseen events, or check the home page on this website.
Boston, Massachusetts - New England Conservatory: Free admission - open to the public. No experience or partners necessary. Come dance to awesome live music in a beautiful wooden hall! There will be fiddling, there will b Boston, MA - Web site: Boston, Massachusetts - Quincy Market: Dance in the Upper Rotunda of Quincy Market with a beginners' lesson at 6pm and dancing from 6: This is part of a regular series of events at Quincy Market as part of an effort to revitalize the area around Faneuil Hall.
Can't wait to see you all getting your folky groove on in downtown Boston! Not truly in Boston - variety of locations. The theme for the weekend is waltz fusion, or having fun mixing it up! The workshops are designed for non-novice dancers, experienced in any form of turning waltz, who are looking for something more! For any of these workshops, it is not necessary to attend with a partner, as we will rotate partners. Please arrive 15 minutes before your first workshop to check in.
An event open to the public, with experienced caller and musicians. Contra [line] dances use many of the same patterns as square dances. Singles are welcome; dancers commonly change partners for each dance.
A dance is included in this day of events in September. Boxborough - United Church of Christ: Come warm up, and beat the winter blues with us! Contra dancing is a type of dancing that is traditional to New England, and can be danced by just about anyone. This event is free and open to all, and is a chance to meet your neighbors. No partner or experience is necessary. All dances will be taught and led by a caller.
While these dances are not specifically geared toward kids, children are welcome with a supervising adult, and dances are fun for all ages. Come Early for the Beginners Lesson at 7: Partners are not needed; come alone or with a friend.
No experience is necessary, a beginner's session, held 15 minutes before each dance, can teach you everything you need to know to get started. The only requirement is that you wear soft soled shoes i. For more information, a complete schedule or directions call: The location is noted next to each date on the schedule page.
For directions to each location please click on the links. Ann Church , Bridgeport, Connecticut Help us continue to bring local goodness to Black Rock and beyond.
Join us for an afternoon of corn hole, barn dancing, beer tasting and more at our Halloween Hootenanny featuring local food, local artisans, local breweries, and live music, from pm.
Proceeds will directly benefit our season. Bridgewater, Connecticut - Squares: Special dance celebrating "Square Day" at 7: All ages and abilities are welcome. No prior experience or partners are needed. All dances will be taught and prompted. There will be circle, square, and long-ways dances. This is a free admission event.
Snacks and soft drinks will be provided. Call the church office at Or email office bwucc. Enjoy circle dances, mixers, dances from other countries, New England square and contra dances. All dances instructed, suitable for all ages, and appropriate for adults and children dancing together. Open to ages 10 and up. No prior experience is required, all dances are taught, and first time attendees get a free night!
To obtain a registration form or for more information, contact Sam at , or sbaumgarten verizon. Bristol, Connecticut - Carousel Benefit: Benefit dance for the Carousel Museum.
Dance will be held at the Carousel Museum, 95 Riverside Avenue from 3: For more information email Cate at harpdancer gmail. A traditional New England Barn Dance! Join us for an evening of reels, contra dancing, fiddle music and BBQ! Come learn the steps or just stomp on in for the fun!
Raising fun ds for Community String Project! For more information call The contradance will be a traditional New England folk dance, with live music and a caller giving instructions on dance steps.
The dance is open to all ages and all levels of experience. Dress is casual, and a dancing partner is not necessary. For more information, contact Bill Simpson at or brookfieldculturalcouncil yahoo. The contradance this fall will feature a pumpkin decorating contest. Bring a carved or painted pumpkin to the Brookfield common between 4 and 5 p.
Pumpkins will be lit after 6 p. Ribbon prizes will be awarded for child's best carved pumpkin, child's best painted pumpkin, adult's best carved pumpkin, and adult's best painted pumpkin. The competition is open to residents of all towns. Buckland - Library Benefit Dance: If you are looking for a fun dance in the hill towns and for a good cause, come join us at the Buckland Public Hall for a fund raiser for the Buckland Library.
Dance is from 7pmpm. The hall is located on Upper Street in upper Buckland. Feel free to call Steve at for more info or directions. Square dances and concerts at various locations and times. Cambridge, Massachusetts - MIT: All welcome, especially students! No partner or experience necessary. All dances are taught. Want to play in the band or learn to call? Students and others are welcome to sit in with the band or call dances in this series!
Donation requested from other students: Free snacks at the break! Additional donations to BIDA are welcome to help fund future projects. Family dance from 5: Cambridge Masonic Temple, Massachusetts Avenue.
Cambridge, Massachusetts - Cambridge River Festival: A FREE one-day celebration of the arts along the banks of the Charles River - featuring jazz, folk, Latin and world music performances, dance, art demonstrations, family art-making activities and over specialty food purveyors and craftspeople! Generally occurs in June. Join us in Porter Square for an evening of waltz and other couple dances! Enjoy everything from a mix of fast and slow waltzes to swing, tango, polka, Lindy, cha cha, blues, and foxtrot, with a special mix of DJ'ed dance tunes from the traditional to the exotic!
We encourage people to dance with many different partners. Special mixer dances will help you meet new dance friends! Free refreshments and holiday punch alcohol-free! All forms of waltz are welcome -- ballroom, folk, rotary, cross-step, and more!
Through a week of workshops and rehearsals, Maple Morris and Morris Offspring produced "Must Come Down," a stage performance showcasing Morris dancing at its most inventive. A return leg of the collaboration in will see Maple Morris joined by Morris Offspring for two weeks of workshops and performances of a brand new stage production in Boston and Toronto. We will again welcome the participation of some exciting musicians and writing collaborators for this project.
We need your help to make this possible! Proceeds will go towards the Exchange. It will also mark the beginning of our Kickstarter Campaign to raise further funds for the project. Includes performances by Maple Morris. First Church in Cambridge, 11 Garden St.
Maple Morris is a community of young dancers dedicated to promoting creativity, leadership, and continued excellence in the second generation of Morris Dancing. For more information on Maple Morris, or to make a donation, visit http: We have a CD, and we're hosting a dance to celebrate!
Cambridge - Sound Workshop: Stay and dance from 7: RSVP required for workshop. Cambridge - Forbes Plaza: Cambridge, Massachusetts - Callendar: Dances at 5 Callendar Street from 8pm to 11pm. Cambridge, Massachusetts - Waltz - Democracy Center: Lesson will begin at 7pm, dancing goes until 10pm.
The Democracy Center, Harvard Square. From newbies to experts, everyone can enjoy a twirl on our dance floor. Clean shoes and comfortable clothes. The Democracy Center is right on the red line in Harvard Square! Parking can be tight, but all the metered spots are free because it's Sunday! We can't wait to dance with you!
Prepare to honor the queens and kings who have the courage to be true to themselves. A DRAG themed techno contradance. Free and open to the public. Cambridge, Massachusetts - Beantown Stomp: Everyone needs to register and pay in advance, and we may sell out. Unitarian Church in Carlisle 27 School Street , located in Carlisle Center on the common, just off Route , by the only rotary on town.
Pot luck appetizers are requested, but not required. Next Generation Music and Dance. American and international dancing for youthful dancers of all ages! Beginners and experienced dancers, singles, couples, and groups are all welcome! The Folk Arts Center presents an evening of folk dance and music for and by the younger generation.
All ages are welcome. The program includes international folk dancing, New England contra dancing and Balkan-based world music. Please do not park behind the church. An afternoon contra dance is part of the festivities of First Night.
Dances at the Chelmsford Old Town Hall from 7pm to 9pm. Workshops and dance party with Ari Levitt from 1: For any of these workshops, it is not necessary to attend with a partner. Please arrive 15 minutes before your first workshop to register and pay.
Check site for more details. Heron Cove Folk Festival is a mostly music festival in early August with a contra dance. Farnums Road at the Causeway between Cheshire Lake. Dance is at 8 p. For details, call Event is from Admission to Square Dance: This is a special opportunity for new members of the CCC to be welcomed to the Center. Join us for some good old-fashioned contra and square dancing.
If you can walk, you can dance! Fun for family members of all ages. The traditional July family barbecue at 5: Please bring a salad, side dish, or dessert to share. A special thanks to Mal Jones for generously sponsoring the Barn Dance! Clinton - Girl Scout Benefit: Cohasset - Dance Your Chipotle Off: Concord, Massachusetts - Mondays: Concord Scout House -- 74 Walden St.
Route 2 to Route 4 miles west of , north 1 mile. Hall is on left before Congregational Church. Plenty of free parking but not in the church lot, please! Walk-through instructions for all dances; beginners and singles welcome. Please bring a clean pair of shoes to change into for dancing. Beginning Monday, 2 January , our admission pricing will be on a "You Pick" pricing scheme: When entering, you tell us what you're paying.
No questions asked, we're happy to have you attend at any offered price and have volunteer opportunities for free admission should you need it.
If you're able and motivated to pay more, please do pick a higher amount - any additional income over our costs will go straight to the evening's performers.
This is an experiment. We're not trying a full sliding scale because that makes the job of our door sitting volunteers more complicated. Hopefully the choices offered provide much of that benefit without the complication. Please lend us your support and patience as we try out this change. Cancellations only when the police advise against all driving. Concord, Massachusetts - Cotillion: A party and dance featuring classic contras and 19th century lancers and quadrilles with a few couple dances, waltzes, etc..
Tony Parkes, prompter, with Spare Parts. For , hours are listed as 6: Dessert buffet at interval. Elegant attire period, formal or festive encouraged. Concord, Massachusetts - Summer Saturdays: Please bring a pair of clean shoes to change into for Dancing.
Concord, Massachusetts - 1st Saturdays: For more info, call or e-mail nedc cds-boston. Concord, Massachusetts - 2nd Saturdays: At the Scout House, 74 Walden St. Please bring clean soft-soled shoes to dance in not your street shoes. Concord, Massachusetts - 4th Saturdays: Scout House, 74 Walden St. Dances in in September-June with a few exceptions. Bring clean shoes, please! For more information, call Walter Lenk at Concord, Massachusetts - 5th Saturdays: For more info, call or Concord, Massachusetts - 5th Fridays: Concord, Massachusetts - Craft Fair: Over 30 craft and artisans exhibiting their wares from 10am to 5pm.
Geatana Freniere Concord, Massachusetts - Challenging Contras: This event features dances for those familiar with Contras. The dance is from 8: This is a Fragrance Free Event. Dancers should know where to be at the start of each dance phrase and how to recover from a lapse.
Dancers assist their partner and neighbor to the next move and execute flourishes safely and on time without disturbing others. For more info, call Concord, Massachusetts - Family Dances: All dances will be taught.
Dances are appropriate for ages 5 and up. Parents are responsible for their children. Dances are from 2pm to 4pm. Help protect the wooden floor by bringing a separate pair of clean, soft-soled shoes to dance in. For safety's sake, childen must dance in shoes, not socks or bare feet. International folk dancing on other dates.
Concord, Massachusetts - New Year's Eve: Desserts and other munchies welcome for the Concord, Massachusetts - Occasional Sundays: All start at 7: Concord, Massachusetts - Benefit Dance: Benefit for the Scout House in Concord.
Special contra dance along with a silent auction. The silent auction is jam-packed with enticing items and services from our communitynot to be missed! All proceeds benefit and support the ongoing preservation of the Concord Scout House, a non-profit organization. Start time is 8pm. Concord, Massachusetts - Thanksgiving Benefit Dance: Back by popular demand: This special contra dance fundraiser is one of our most popular events!
We have an event flyer for your fridge or to print and distribute. Should you be on Facebook, check out our event there. For more information, call Robin Humes at or email Robin dot Humes at gmail dot com. Concord, Massachusetts - Halloween: Costume awards and door prizes. For more information call or e-mail nedc cds-boston. Concord, Massachusetts Post-Thanksgiving Dance: Dance is from 8pm to Please bring soft-soled shoes!
The dance is "Fragrance-Free" in consideration of dancers with sensitivities and allergies to fragrance chemicals. We will cancel the dance if Concord declares a snow emergency, or if we feel that weather conditions would make for unsafe travel. No animals other than service animals are allowed in the building. Please join us for an evening of dance and fun at the Concord Scout House on Sunday evening, March 1, from 5: The fun starts with a half hour of waltzing.
Other planned events include a contra medley, a Hambo competition with prizes! Attendance will be limited to the comfortable capacity of the hall, so tickets will be available in advance. If you'd like to volunteer or help us out in other ways, please contact Terry email below or Koren at koren. Advance tickets are available.
For more information or any questions about tickets, please call Terry at or email Tee. Please join us at a special dance featuring Ernie Spence's favorite dances, dancers, musicians, and callers.
We'll dance Chorus Jig, Money Musk, and other contras; we'll enjoy some singing squares; we'll share some stories; and, we'll raise a glass of lemonade to Ernie! Please help us spread the word to all who knew Ernie!! For more information, please contact Linda Spence at or lspence10 gmail. Donations will be gratefully accepted.
There is no admission fee for this event but we are asking for donations to aid research into Parkinson's Disease. Concord, Massachusetts - Mostly Waltz: Waltzes and other couple dances, 2: Beginners, experienced dancers, singles, and couples are all welcome! This series duplicates the Mostly Waltz afternoons held in other cities across North America. Mostly Waltz for Boston also presents occasional special workshops in styles such as cross-step waltz. The regular Sunday dances in this series feature a lesson in waltz basics, figures, or styles from 2 to 3 pm, followed by live music for dancing until 5: A variety of waltz tunes and tempos are played during the session; every third number is a different couple dance, such as a polka, hambo, schottische, swing, tango, one-step, or zwiefacher.
To protect the wooden floor and to make turning easier, please change from street shoes to clean shoes, ideally leather-soled, before dancing. For the comfort and well-being of all our dancers, especially those with allergies or asthma, please do not wear perfume or fragranced personal products at our dances. With many musicians and callers who have shared the stage with Jim over the years.
This will include an opportunity for people to share memories of Jim. Followed by an evening of contradancing until 10pm. No admission, but all donations will be gratefully accepted and given to the Scout House in Jim's memory.
Concord, Massachusetts - Scout House Warming: The Scout House is throwing a fund-raising party to celebrate completion of this summer's construction project. It's our Scout House Warming! Special mix of Alternative Music arranged just for contra dances. That's rock 'n roll, Latin groove, electric Celtic, and pop tunes! We'll have refreshments and a raffle of 3 special, dance-related items. All proceeds benefit and support the ongoing work at the Scout House, a non-profit organization.
Benefit dance from 7: Special lighting but no bright flashing ones to help set the mood. We'll gladly accept additional donations, too!
Admission or donations above cash value are a deductible contribution as allowed by law the Concord Scout House, Inc. Concord - Linda Leslie Celebration of Life: Event beginning at 1: Sharing of memories followed by a community dance. The sharing is for us to remember Linda and her wonderful energy, generous spirit and warm love.
The dance is for Linda—this is what she wants us to do! Conway, Massachusetts - Grammar School: All dances will be taught; wear comfortable shoes.
Motherhouse sponsors contra dances at the Town Hall, 24 Pine Street, generally on the 1st Saturday of the month from 7: Suggested donation to help pay the caller: For more information send us an email or call Rachel Gall Go through the center of the village, Freedom Hall is number on your left. Cotuit, Massachusetts - Pecks Boats: Pecks Boats, Route Dancing starts at 8: Also, a Wind Turbine Dedication.
For more info Call Cotuit, Massachusetts - Squares - Center for the Arts: Event begins at 6pm. Come early for a group lesson, and then prepare to swing your partner round and round.
Introductory session at 7: Dancing from 8pm to 11pm. Soft sole shoes and you can bring something extra for the break if you'd like. This is an alcohol and tobacco-free event. For more information, contact Dave at or dcannell freeshell. Coventry - Nathan Hale Homestead: Coventry, Rhode Island - Westwood Campground: Lesson for beginners 6: The Southside Community Land Trust hosts an annual hoedown Farm tours, live music, dancing, local food and beverages!
Call or e-mail sclt southsideclt. The Blackstone River Theatre sponsors contra dances from 4: All are welcome - beginners and experienced dancers; singles, couples and families; old friends and new Wear cool, comfortable clothing and flat, soft-soled shoes. Refreshments will be available.
Get ready to tap your toes, stomp your feet, twirl your skirt, and smile. Cummington, Massachusetts - Hilltown Spring Festival: Come early and enjoy live music and dinner from the many local food vendors. For more info call the Hilltown CDC at x Cummington Fairgrounds is located at 97 Fairgrounds Rd. Proceeds will support legal efforts to protect natural resources threatened by Kinder Morgan's Connecticut Expansion Pipeline Project, slated to cut though Otis State Forest in Sandisfield.
This family friendly event includes soup and refreshments provided by Alice Cozzolino's Kitchen. For more information about the event, call Jane Crosby at Clean soft-soled shoes only! Grit from the street will damage the gym floor! Bring clean shoes to change into from your street shoes. Dance on hiatus until September Contra Dance from p. This is a fundraiser for a future theater production of "A Tale of Two Cities," which will be presented at the Church. Wear comfortable shoes, and bring friends and neighbors.
No experience is necessary. Partners are not required. BBQ and Square Dance. Fried chicken and fixings: Square Dance featuring Cliff and Senta Brodeur: Beer, wine and soft drinks available. Proceeds to benefit building restoration fund. This is an entry-level dance aimed at parishioners, but non-members are very welcome. Includes a variety of circle, square and longways dances from all parts of North America, with some English dances thrown in.
Potluck at the hall starting at 6pm. Bring a dish to share. Please bring soft-soled shoes. Contact Amy Larkin at or amylarkin gmail. East Hartford, Connecticut - Mostly Waltz: Except as noted, pm Sunday afternoons at the South Senior Center, 70 Canterbury Street, East Hartford, with a free beginner workshop pm and intermediate-level first and second band break workshops by Robert Bolstrum.
Three of every four dances are waltzes. Refreshments served, all ages welcome, no partner required. East Haven - Family Barn Dance: Contra dance at St. Shindigs at the Barn Powder Mill, that is. Each dance taught quickly by Ralph Sweet or other guest callers. Have fun the first time you come! You don't have to bring a partner! Casual dress best no high heels, though. Bring a picnic and explore the Greenbelt from 6pm to 7pm and then dance at 7pm.
All proceeds will help to offset costs of the Cape Ann Farmers' Market. Beer and wine will be available for cash purchase. Suggested Cash Donation At the Door: Water, light snacks available. For more information, e-mail Susan Janssen at: The Festival is an annual music and dance event held in Foster, Rhode Island. Ticket prices vary between adults and children and full day, day and evening sessions.
For more information contact Elwood Donnelly at or e-mail info rifolkfestival. Join us for a fun night of traditional contra dancing circle mixers, squares, and line-dancing.
Contra Dance at 7pm with a lesson at 6: Refreshments will be sold at the dance. Raffle baskets and bake sale, too. Advance tickets for the dance can be reserved through the libraries; Tyler Library or Foster Foster, Rhode Island - Greene Library: Stop in for a brief lesson at 6: Dance will begin at 7pm.
Ages 14 and up. Call Greene Library at to reserve your tickets or pay at the door. Refreshments and raffle tickets will be sold. Email Lori - ltait coventrylibrary. Framingham - Helene Cornelius Memorial Dance: Framingham - Downtown Renaissance: Our historic Nevins Hall in the Memorial Building, Concord St, Framingham, Massachusetts will be the setting from 1pm to 5pm for this very special contra dance and silent auction benefit supporting Framingham Downtown Renaissance!
We hope you will join us for a wonderful Sunday afternoon to spin around the Hall and find treasures to bid on. Activities are from 1pm to Set to live music, contra dancing is a traditional New England dance that is easy to learn as all dances are taught by the caller.
No need to bring a partner. Beginners and Experienced Dancers. All ages and level of ability - Welcome! Please wear clean, soft-soled shoes. Please contact dattquilter hotmail. Gill, Massachusetts - th Anniversary: The dancing starts at 7: Dancers of all ages are welcome; attendees range from eight years to 80 plus years!
Everyone has a great time listening and dancing to the live music. This event is supported in part by a grant from the Gloucester Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency. Drinking water is available. Please bring water bottles to reduce the use of paper cups.
Other non-alcoholic drinks and finger food snacks are welcomed to share during the break. For more information, contact capeanncontradance gmail. Goshen, Massachusetts - Traditional Square Dancing: This has always been easy, fun square dancing where anyone could come at any time without having to take lessons and enjoy themselves, as they still do today at the contra dances. Musicians include participants in various fiddle workshops. Enjoyed by all ages from the young to the young at heart.
Children under 6 need an adult partner. Come and join the fun. As part of the Festival, a contra dance is held in the evening. Granby Grange 5 host square and contra dances on the fourth Friday night of each month from 7: Featuring live music and with light refreshments available for sale to benefit our Kitchen Improvement Fund, this will be a series of evenings of fun for all ages 10 years old and up.
Dress style and formality is optional, but be sure to wear comfortable clotnhing and shoes. No experience is necessary and dancing is a valid excercise, besides being fun. For more information, call Carol Innes at Greenfield, Massachusetts - 1st Saturday: The dance starts at 8: Greenfield, Massachusetts - 2nd Fridays: Swinging Star dance series with various bands and callers; beginners' workshop at 7: Greenfield, Massachusetts - 2nd and 4th Saturdays: Most dances begin at 8pm and end at 11pm.
It is recommended that newer dancers arrive at or near the beginning of the dance. Greenfield, Massachusetts - 3rd Fridays: David Kaynor, , davidkaynor mac. Greenfield, Massachusetts - 3rd Saturdays: Beginners' workshop at 7: Van Kaynor, van themovingviolations. Greenfield, Massachusetts - 4th Fridays - Challenging: Challenging Contra with various bands and callers, p.
Steve Zakon-Anderson, , zakon-anderson comcast. Greenfield, Massachusetts - 5th Fridays - Newcomers: Special night especially for new dancers but everyone welcome.
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