American contra dancing is a wonderful, community-building activity involving lively jigs and reels, along with waltzes and other figures danced to live fiddle band music. No experience is necessary. All the dances are walked through before the music begins, and each move is called throughout the dance while the dancers interact with every other couple in the set. No partner is necessary, since dancers change partners throughout the evening and meet new people.
Here’s a chance to see and participate in a local contra dance in downtown Walla Walla with no admission fee. Bring your friends and neighbors, join the fun, and help increase community spirit.
For more information, go to http://fam.bmi.net, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (509) 522-0399.