Next Dance: Saturday Apr 28th 2018
Dan Black calling to Sprout (Eileen and Jill)
Welcome to Valley Contra Dance!
VCD NEW Logo items
Lots of Shirts(all sizes), Hats, Shoe Bags, Bandanas and Badges.
Check them out at the reception table.
Save the dates:Saturday May 12th Janine Smith calling to Brooklyn Swing Ensemble -Gemini Celebration Double Dance starting at 4PM with Afternoon Fun Gemini Dances, Potluck Dinner at 6PM, Evening Dance at 7:30PM. Sponsored dance admission by donation. Donations to be shared by Valley Contra Dance and our host venue the Unitarian Universalist Church of the Lehigh Valley (UUCLV)
Friday June 22nd Bill Staines concert at 8PM, Saturday June 23rd, song writing workshop 2-4PM, Regular Dance at 7:30PM Flyer with more info Preregistration RequiredSponsor a Valley Contra DanceCelebrate a special occasion with your dance friends Click here for informationVCDS's Potluck CookbookA best seller - A great gift, reduced to $5. Send an email if you want one.
Second, fourth, and some fifth Saturdays of the month unless otherwise noted.
7:30 - 10:30 PM
Dance instruction at 7:00 PM
Unitarian Universalist Church of the Lehigh Valley (UUCLV)
424 Center Street, Bethlehem, PA
Corner of Wall Street in historic Bethlehem - Use Wall Street door
Prices, Cost for regular dance: $12.00
Age 7-15, students with ID: $5.00
Member discount $2
No partner or experience needed!
The moves in the dances are called by a caller, and the music is always live. Bring a snack to share at the break.
Please carry in clean soft-soled shoes for dancing, to protect the floor (and our reputation).
PARKING ALERT: We try to avoid crowding the residents of the neighborhood around the church. Please consider using one of 2 nearby parking lots on Center Street belonging to: United Labor Unions, 1 block south of the church or Herron Funeral Home, 1 block north (Use Heron for evening dances only, park there after 7PM).
Pictures of our dance
Facebook Video of our dance
YouTube Video of our Anniversary dance
My Sweet Valley Contra Home Our Song by Diane Hartzell with permission from Bill Staines