Dance Canceled : Saturday Apr 11th 2020
Dance Canceled --- So Sorry
Check back for May Schedule
Welcome to Valley Contra Dance!
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Shirts, Hats, Shoe Bags, Bandanas and Badges and Gently used CDs.
Check them out at the reception table.
Save the dates:
March and April Dances are canceled in the interest of public health. Please check back for information on May dances
Saturday May 30th 2020 Blue Moon Double Dance
with Stomp Rocket and Alexandra Deis-Lauby calling
3PM Flourishes workshop
4PM Challenging Contras
6PM Potluck Dinner
7:30PM Regular DanceSponsor a Valley Contra DanceCelebrate a special occasion with your dance friends Click here for informationVCDS's Potluck CookbookA best seller - A great gift, Free with membership. Ask at the desk when you join or renew.
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 18018
Corner of Wall Street in historic Bethlehem - Use Wall Street door
Prices, Cost for regular dance: $12.00Age 13-21, students: $5.00, children 12 and under accompanied by an adult FREE
Cost for Blue Moon double dances: Afternoon $10.00, Evening $15, Both $23 (members$21)
Age 13-21, students: $8.00 each dance
Member discount $2 on regular dances
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