Dance Calendar


Dance at the Bishop Bar: Saturday, 30 December, our Fifth Saturday dance will be in the back room of the Bishop Bar on the corner of Fourth and Walnut Streets. The band will be Keltricity from Louisville (Henry Austin, Laurel Fuson, Caroline Yeager, Joe Burch). Chet Gray from Louisville will call. Admission will be our usual $6 ($5 members). You must be 18 to enter: Gov’t issued ID required. (Student ID won’t work.) The Bishop’s usual assortment of drinks will be available. Free parking is available in the evening across the street in the 4th St parking garage and in the lot directly behind the Bishop. We had a dance there last December, and it was a popular event.

Bean King parties: Marie, King of Bloomington Beanery, will have the third Bean King party of the current reign at her house, 1220 E. 1st St., on Sunday 17 December with pot luck & singing starting at 5:00 pm. The fourth and final party will, as always, be on the 6th of January (traditional “Twelfthnight”), and will be at the Baus Haus with dancing and selecting the new Bean King.

Mark your calendars:

  • Our Annual Meeting will be in Harmony School on Wed. 31 January at 6:30 pm. The agenda will include election of officers and reports of the past year’s activities and finances.
  • Mad Robin Romp, our spring dance festival, will be at beautiful Camp Pyoca, Friday-Sunday 4-6 May 2018

Protect the Floor: Clean your shoes. Even a little grit on your shoes causes damage to the floor.

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• Beginner lessons: We offer free beginner lessons starting at 7:30 PM before each evening of dancing.

• Protect the floor: Bring clean, smooth-soled shoes. Help clean the floor after the dance and get Free admission to the dance. Talk to Bill Baus.

• After each Wednesday dance some of us go out for drinks and munchies.  Each week a different person gets to choose where to go.  Click here to see who will decide where to go after the dance.

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