Next Dance: Saturday May 28, 2022
No Dance Calling to Tonight
Welcome to Valley Contra Dance!
Note that we have a NEW LOCATION at
West Side Moravian Church - 402 3rd Ave
still in downtown Bethlehem and lots of parking!
Please carry in clean soft-soled shoes for dancing, to protect the floor.
You must show proof of being fully vaccinated and boosted.
***Boosters are now required if you are eligible.***
You can email an image of proof to us before the dance at
We will be wearing masks
We will sign Non-Liability Waivers.
Here is our
Download a copy of the waiver here
VCDS COVID Waiver
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Soup for the Soles 20th Anniversary Concert on YouTube. See it here
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Dance Dates are usually:
Second, fourth, and some fifth Saturdays of the month unless otherwise noted.
7:30 - 10:30 PM
Dance instruction at 7:00 PM
West Side Moravian Church
402 Third Avenue, Bethlehem, PA 18018
Corner of Prospect Street in downtown Bethlehem - Use Prospect 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: Parking is available right next to the church or on the street. Please enter on Prospect St.
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