EFS folk dance links
Regularly Scheduled Folk Dances
Veselo Community Folk Dancers,
In Shape (Southside) Athletic Club, 2681 Willamette, Eugene.
Lessons: 7:15-8:00 pm.
Request dancing: 8:00-9:45 pm.
Contact: Linda at (541) 726-7548.
Scottish Country Dancing Classes,
R.S.C.D.S. style, ages 12 and over,
Veteran's Memorial Hall, Green Room (Second Floor, North end),
1626 Willamette, Eugene.
Cost: $15.00 per Month or $5.00 per night.
Contact: Robert at (541) 935-6051 or email@example.com.
website for more information.
Beginning Folk Dance Classes,
Campbell Senior Center (open to all),
155 High Street, Eugene,
2:30-4:00 pm, $3, 541-682-5318
Eugene Folk Dancers,
Willamalane Adult Activity Center, 215 West C Street, Springfield.
Beginning class: 6:45-7:45 pm (Sign up with center, Drop-ins $3.).
Request dancing 7:45-10:00 ($2.00).
Contact: Beverly at (541) 302-3387.
Eugene Folk Dancers web site for
details, class schedules, and events.
Eugene Country Dancers
(Heather and Rose)
English and Scottish Country Dancing
Veteran's Memorial Ballroom, Second Floor, 1626 Willamette, Eugene.
(Offered in conjunction with the
Emerald Valley Regency Society.)
All dances taught.
No partner necessary.
Beginning dances from 6:30, becoming more intermediate as the evening goes on.
Cost: $40 for a 10-week course. 2012 Sessions: WINTER January 12-March 15 (live music on March 15), SPRING March 22 - June 7, SUMMER June 14 - August 23, FALL August 30 - November 15.
Contact: Stephen at 541-485-3503 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Details, class schedules, and ball announcements
Eugene Country Dancers
You can find information on the
Harvest Ball (October 22, PDF flier)
Regency Halloween Ball (October 29), both in Eugene.
You can also find more on the
Heather and Rose
Emerald Valley Regency Society
NOTE: This group is a gateway to about
40 annual balls, weekend camps, and special events
throughout the greater Pacific Northwest.
Out of Town Folk Dances
EVERY Friday in Portland -
Burlingame Water Tower Dance Hall, 8936 SW 17th, Portland,
7:30-10:30 PM (begins wih teaching session).
$7 PCDC members,
Bring dance shoes to this hall.
Rachel Carnes is starting up a dance program for babies
and toddlers. There is a strong folk dance component each week,
and folks who like dancing already will love dancing with their little
ones. For more info: www.sparkplugdance.org