Registrations are currently on hold due to the recent COVID restrictions imposed on NSW. To register your interest, please email us and we will add you to our mailing list when we can re start.
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New Beginner classes have an upfront non refundable fee of $99.00 for the first 8 lessons of the term and then revert back to a casual cost of $15.00 per class for the remainder of the course.
** You must register your attendance, no walk-ins.
-Each venue has a limited number of spaces available to new beginners!
-All Venues have a COVID safe plan and practice good hygiene and social distancing. however In the event that we are unable to go ahead with our start date due to COVID a full refund will be given or the option to roll over to the new start date.
Registrations close 48 hours prior to each start date, unless booked out prior!
Monday Starts Date TBC
Ringrose Primary School Hall
Entry from Damien Ave, Greystanes
A: New Beginners: 6.00pm - 6.45pm
Tuesday- Starts Date TBC
Seaforth Anglican Church Hall
3 Frenchs Forest Rd, Seaforth
Parking in Ross Street council parking or neighboring streets
A: New Beginner: 6.15pm - 7.00pm
Wednesday Starts Date TBC
Campbelltown North Pic Presbyterian Church
105 Lindesay St, Campbelltown
A: New Beginner: 7.00pm - 7.45pm
Thursday- Starts Date TBC
Glenwood Community Hub.
72 Glenwood Park Rd, Glenwood
A: New Beginners: 2.45pm-3.30pm
Friday- Starts Date TBC
Nth Balgowlah Community Centre
10 Bardoo ave, North Balgowlah
A: New Beginner: 10.00am - 10.45am
(Please note when booking the Friday class at Nth Balgowlah there is no class on the following dates: 6th Aug & 3rd Sept. This means that your first 8 lessons will run till the 17th September)
BEGINNER (New Beginner) /LEVEL 1: These classes are for first time Line Dancers or anyone that has only done a few lessons. Everyone regardless of their dance history must start with beginners for a minimum of 6 months to learn the basic steps and terminology before they can progress to the next level.
Each week a new routine is taught to help you perfect your steps and re revise what was taught in the previous weeks. Line Dancing is a set routine of steps that are choreographed to a set song. Each dance will repeat the same steps in a different sequence and introduce new steps. it is ideal for you to attend each week so you do not miss out on the new routine taught.