Thursday, April 20

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Come one, come all to our last class of a special series on a different style of African-American dance:

Intro to Chicago-Style Steppin’ (7:30-8:30)
Chicago-style Steppin’ is a smooth and chill partnered dance style descended from lindy hop, danced to R&B music. Guest instructor James Brown from the Red Velvet Steppers will teach an intro-to Steppin’ series all month, and on the last week, James & other local steppers will come help out at a Steppin’ clinic from 7:30-8:30.

Blues Basics + Beginner Clinic (8:30-9:30)
This weekly drop-in class is designed for new-to-blues dancers or anyone wanting to focus on the fundamentals. It will provide enough moves to have fun on the dance floor, as well the opportunity to hone and polish the core techniques behind the dance. Each week, we’ll cover something new, so you can come every week, or just drop in for a class or few. This class includes the beginner clinic, where you can work on your dancing one-on-one with instructors and advanced dancers. This month it will be taught by Jenn Martinez and Clayton Jennings.

Jonathan Pechon and Steve York will be behind the DJ booth to whet your Blues appetite.

As always, the lesson is $5 and the dance is an additional $5.

Thursday, April 13

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Come one, come all, because this month we have a special series on a different style of African-American dance:

Intro to Chicago-Style Steppin’ (7:30-8:30)
Chicago-style Steppin’ is a smooth and chill partnered dance style descended from lindy hop, danced to R&B music. Guest instructor James Brown from the Red Velvet Steppers will teach an intro-to Steppin’ series all month, and on the last week, James & other local steppers will come help out at a Steppin’ clinic from 7:30-8:30.

Blues Basics + Beginner Clinic (8:30-9:30)
This weekly drop-in class is designed for new-to-blues dancers or anyone wanting to focus on the fundamentals. It will provide enough moves to have fun on the dance floor, as well the opportunity to hone and polish the core techniques behind the dance. Each week, we’ll cover something new, so you can come every week, or just drop in for a class or few. This class includes the beginner clinic, where you can work on your dancing one-on-one with instructors and advanced dancers. This month it will be taught by Jenn Martinez and Clayton Jennings.

Amy Kucharik and Julie Brown will be behind the DJ booth to get your Blues groove on.

As always, the lesson is $5 and the dance is an additional $5.

Thursday, April 6

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Boston Blend is this month, and Blues Union is here to help set the mood! This month we have an all levels, everyone is welcome series on another African-American dance style:

Intro to Chicago-Style Steppin’ (7:30-8:30)
Chicago-style Steppin’ is a smooth and chill partnered dance style descended from lindy hop, danced to R&B music. Guest instructor James Brown from the Red Velvet Steppers will teach an intro-to Steppin’ series all month, and on the last week, James & other local steppers will come help out at a Steppin’ clinic from 7:30-8:30.

Blues Basics + Beginner Clinic (8:30-9:30)
This weekly drop-in class is designed for new-to-blues dancers or anyone wanting to focus on the fundamentals. It will provide enough moves to have fun on the dance floor, as well the opportunity to hone and polish the core techniques behind the dance. Each week, we’ll cover something new, so you can come every week, or just drop in for a class or few. This class includes the beginner clinic, where you can work on your dancing one-on-one with instructors and advanced dancers. This month it will be taught by Jenn Martinez and Clayton Jennings.

Sarah Elise and Joey Science will be behind the DJ booth for your dancing pleasure.

As always, the lesson is $5 and the dance is an additional $5.

Thursday, March 30

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We’ve been working on style all month long, and now it’s time to shift gears with:

Blues Clinic (7:30-9:30)
The Blues Clinic is an opportunity to work one-on-one with our Blues Union instructors and to work with your friends and peers. Music plays in the background as people work together, and the instructors move around the room, working with people one-on-one or in couples. When not working with instructors, people work with peers, dance with each other, try new things they’re working on, or try things the instructors have helped them with. You can work on material from that month’s series class, workshops you took recently, or anything you like! From 8:30-9:00, we have our Blues Basics class as usual, while the clinic continues in the rest of the room.

Joey Science and Amy Blank will be behind the DJ booth for your Blues dancing pleasure.

As always, the Clinic is $5, and the dance an additional $5.

Thursday, March 23

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Mike and Dan Legenthal are wrapping up our styling sampler with ways to put everything together:

Ain’t What You Do, it’s the Way That You Do It (7:30-8:30)
When you first learn to Blues dance, you learn patterns, technique, aesthetic, and a whole lot of other fundamentals. As you master those details, it’s important to also work on style. This class will be all about how to develop your own voice within the blues aesthetic by working on styling.

Blues Basics + Beginner Clinic (8:30-9:30)
This weekly drop-in class is designed for new-to-blues dancers or anyone wanting to focus on the fundamentals. It will provide enough moves to have fun on the dance floor, as well the opportunity to hone and polish the core techniques behind the dance. Each week, we’ll cover something new, so you can come every week, or just drop in for a class or few. This class includes the beginner clinic, where you can work on your dancing one-on-one with instructors and advanced dancers.

Julie Brown and Steve York will be behind the DJ booth for your Blues dancing pleasure.

As always, the lesson is $5 and the dance is an additional $5.