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Some seniors practiced moves learned in line dancing classes at Charlestown and the Catonsville Senior Center, teaching the high school volunteers the steps.
Kelly’s friends and family have hosted many fund-raisers for the playground, including weekly line dancing lessons at the Elks Lodge in Marshfield every Thursday, according to a website devoted to the cause.
His cousin was taking part in a demonstration of line dancing with country & western music.
In 1960, when a line dance, The Madison, was popular in Baltimore, Mr. Gale recorded two alternate versions.
Janet and Ted were part of the Original Jus' Gotta' Country Dance Group, line dancing both for pleasure and to entertain.
Monthly calendars from last year showed a full full schedule: line dancing on Mondays, poker on Tuesdays, prayer services in the old adobe chapel on Wednesdays, bocce ball on Fridays.
No sitting still allowed, especially at the end, when audience members will learn the shim sham, a swing-era line dance. 718-463-7700, Ext.
Toe Jam Puppet Band Winter Variety Show: Wednesday, Dec. 27, from 1 to 2 p.m. Watch Vinny the extraordinary puppet that blows a snowstorm through his nose, a penguin line dance and of course interactive songs, dances and a puppet show.
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LINE DANCE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of line dance for English Language Learners
: a dance done by a group of people who stand next to each other in a line and who all perform the same movements
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