MONDAY NIGHTS







Timothy's of Newark, 100 Creek View Rd, Newark, De
Grace Evans runs the show on DYAO Mondays...details on home page
We are at Timothy's EVERY MONDAY NIGHT now!!!  

Uncle Bob's Western Corral
565 Kirk Road, Elkton, Md
Line Dancing/Lessons with Shirley Mackey


FLORIDA GIGS I ATTEND....


Dancing With Betsy 
Veterans Memorial Complex
2285 Minton Rd, Melbourne, Fl

Beginner Lessons from 6:00-7:30
Intermediate Lessons from 7:30-9:00
Each class is $6 per person



TUESDAY NIGHT

DYAO South starts on June 19
5 weeks in a row...June 19, 26  July 3, 10, 17

Spare Time Bar and Grill
600 N Courtenay Pkway, Merritt Island, Florida
6:30-9:30
Beginner Lessons from 6:30-9:30
Open Dance from 7:30-9:30
$5.00 per person at the door
First Timers get a GET IN FREE Coupon for 2nd visit!


The Brickette Lounge
1339 Pottstown Pike, West Chester, PA 19380
7:00 - 10:00     $5 Cover
Lessons with Frank
For more info, contact DJ Jim Dawson at djexpress@hotmail.co


The Reef
 Wilmington, De
No Cover
7-10
For more dates, email Steve Carroll at stecar910@gmail.com

Uncle Bob's Western Corral
565 Kirk Road, Elkton, Md
Couples Dancing/Lessons with Shirley Mackey


WEDNESDAY NIGHTS

Centerton Country Club
1022 Almond Rd, Elmer, NJ 08318-3950
7pm - 11pm     $5.00 cover
For more info, contact Steve Carroll
stecar910@gmail.com

Christiana Pub
10 W. Main Street, Christiana, De. 10702  
NO COVER 
7:30-11:30 Line dance lessons the first hour,
followed by open country dancing till closing.
For more info call Jim Dawson 302-478-943

Prospectors Saloon and Restaurant,
Arc Road and Route 38, Mt Laurel, NJ
Dancing on Wed, Thurs, Fri and Sat nights -  
line dance and couples lessons on Wed and Thurs
Wednesday Night -  Beginner Night with Rob C or Jeremy 
Go to www.prospectorsrestaurant.com for detailed info


Wilmington Elks Club
1310 Carruthers, Wilmington
7-11pm   $8.00 per person
Instructor:  Pepper Walling  Email -  dancepep@aol.com


Uncle Bob's Western Corral
565 Kirk Road, Elkton, Md
Line Dancing/Lessons with Shirley Mackey


FLORIDA GIGS I ATTEND....

The Barn in Sanford
1200 S French Ave. Sanford, Florida
Trevor Thornton's Class
$8.00 pp cover
Doors open at 7:00
Lessons at 8:00

Hurricane Creek
829 E New Haven Ave, Melbourne, Florida
Lessons by Betsy and Lisanne 7:00-9:00
NO COVER




THURSDAY NIGHTS

Bleachers
40 E. Blackhorse Pike, Williamstown, NJ
7-10
$5.00 cover
Instructor/DJ Steve Carroll
Questions?  Email Steve at stecar910@gmail.com

Delaware Park
Hops Bar inside DP Casino
777 Delaware Park Blvd 
Wilmington, DE 
(302) 994-2521
​No Cover
Lessons by Rob Holley starting at 6:30 
Music by DJ Dave Cornwell



Prospectors Saloon and Restaurant
Arc Road and Route 38, Mt Laurel, NJ
Dancing on Wed, Thurs, Fri and Sat nights - 
line dance and couples lessons on Wed and Thurs, Sat
Go to www.prospectorsrestaurant.com for detailed info


FRIDAY NIGHTS

Elks Lodge #2281
42 Elks Trail, New Castle, De
4th  Friday of each month
DJ/Instructor Eric Mosley
No Cover
Questions? Email linedancereric@gmail.com

Uncle Bob's Western Corral
565 Kirk Road, Elkton, Md
The House DJ's bring the party every Friday night!!  Some Fridays have some early Beginner Lessons!!
$5.00 per person.
Early lessons at 7pm.  Open Dance at 8-1am!!
Questions?  kris@krisquiroz.com

Prospectors Saloon and Restaurant
Arc Road and Route 38, Mt Laurel, NJ
Dancing on Wed, Thurs, Fri and Sat nights - 
line dance and couples lessons on Wed and Thurs, Sat
Go to www.prospectorsrestaurant.com for detailed info

Timothy's of Newark
 100 Creek View Rd, Newark, DE 19711
One Friday Per Month
$5.00 Cover
DJ Steve Pistoia and Instructor Laura Stanton
For dates and info contact dancebully@yahoo.com

Wilmington Elks
1310 Carruthers Drive, Wilmington, DE
7:30-12:00   $10 per person
Pepper Walling    Email -  dancepep@aol.com
Make sure to contact Pepper before attending as the Elks 
sometimes schedules other events on Friday nights.

FLORIDA GIGS I ATTEND....

Hurricane Creek
829 E New Haven Ave, Melbourne, Florida
Lessons by Betsy and Lisanne  7:00-9:00
NO COVER

MiniBar
3220 North Cocoa Blvd, Cocoa, Florida
7:00-??
NO COVER
Instructor Ferrell Mazzatto
Email for more info:  ferrelmazzatto@gmail.com


The Barn in Sanford
1200 S French Ave. Sanford, Florida
Lynn's class
$5.00 pp cover
Doors open at 7:00
Lessons at 8:00

Cowboys 
1108 S Orange Ave, Orlando, Florida
Lessons by Suzanne Wilson
Doors open at 8pm
$10 pp cover

Saturday Nights

Cowboy Up Saloon
1036 Lafferty Lane, Dover, DE
See their website for details on bands, cover, times and lessons!!
www.cowboyupde.com


Prospectors Saloon and Restaurant
Arc Road and Route 38, Mt Laurel, NJ
Dancing on Wed, Thurs, Fri and Sat nights - 
line dance and couples lessons on Wed and Thurs
Go to www.prospectorsrestaurant.com for detailed info

Uncle Bob's Western Corral
565 Kirk Road, Elkton, Md
All request night with DJ Bob Snyder
$5.00 per person.
Open Dance at 8-1am!!

FLORIDA GIGS I ATTEND....

The Barn in Sanford
1200 S French Ave. Sanford, Florida
Janis' Class
$5.00 pp cover
Doors open at 7:00


Cowboys
1108 S Orange Ave, Orlando, Florida
Lessons by Suzanne Wilson
Doors open at 8pm
$10 pp cover


Here is a list of other places to dance in the South Jersey area,.  
Know others?  Send me their details and I will add them to the list!!

Delaware - several days of clases - Joanne Brady      http://www.joannebrady.com

Monday – Bellmawr – honkytonkinproductions@yahoo.com
Tuesday – Bellmawr – jhotjo@comcast.net
Tuesday – Prospect Park – cityslickerscountrykickers.com
Wednesday -  Wilmington Elks -  Pepper Walling -  dancepep@aol.com
Thursday – Gibbstown -   cityslickerscountrykickers.com
Thursday - Somerdale - Richeez -  learn2linedance@gmail.com
Friday -  Wilmington Elks - Pepper Walling - dancepep@aol.com
Friday – Milmay - aggiehancock@hotmail.com
Friday – Calloway’s – www.crosscountrydj.com
Friday – Bellmawr – djunctionchris@aol.com
Sunday  - Woodlyn Fire Hall - cityslickerscountrykickers.com



HERE ARE SOME DANCE ETIQUITTE TIPS FOR NEW AND EXPERIENCED DANCERS!!
Because we are having so many new people coming to dance with us on Monday, I need to speak to a couple of items under the banner of "dance etiquette".  As a rule, line dancers are the kindest, most generous people in the world....but sometimes we all get real focused on what we're doing and forget that there are lots of people next to us on the floor who have different experience levels.  When the floor is full, it's easier for little minor conflicts to occur.  It's real important that we all treat each other with respect and friendship so we continue to have a fun dance experience.

For Experienced Dancers:  I love how everyone in our group reaches outside themselves to help newer dancers. On the other hand, sometimes we can forget how intimidating some dances can be for the new people.  It came to me that someone (I don't know who) on a Monday night told a new dancer (again, I don't know which one) to "get in the back if you don't know the dance".  That is pretty much a sure fire way to push a new dancer out the door, never to return.  So, even if you are trying to encourage the new dancer, please choose your words carefully.  If there is something bigger going on (perhaps a new dancer who's maybe had too much to drink) please let me know and Stan and I will figure out how to address that.  Also, if you are a dancer who likes to throw in lots of fancy stuff into the dance, that is perfectly FINE (I wish I could do it)...I would just ask you to kind of be aware if you are dancing near new dancers.  If you add spins into dances that a newbie is trying to learn without them, it really throws them off.  I would suggest that ya just move to a place on the floor that wouldn't be right in the midst of newbies.  And, spin, spin, spin your little heart out!!!

For New Dancers:  Every one of us remembers when WE were new and so we are very understanding of the fact that new people are gonna struggle and mess up!  We encourage you to try any dance we do on the floor.  At the same time, I would suggest wisdom from the great philosopher Kenny Rogers...."know when to hold 'em, know when to fold 'em".  There are times when the dance might just be too difficult for your current level and, in that case, sometimes it's best to step aside and watch. Use your gut feelin' on this one.   If you wanna freestyle dance on the edge of the floor, that is totally cool....just try to steer away from the edge of the line dancers because seeing different dancin' goin' on in the peripheral vision can be distracting to dancers who may be just learning as well.

Thanks for your understanding on these little things!
A
Where to Go to Dance...


Did you know.....an active hour of  Line Dancing (even at the Beginner Level) can burn between 400-500 calories???? As the intensity of the dances increases, so does the number of calories burned!!  
In a typical class, I often burn around 1500 calories!!

Dance
Etiquitte
tips below...
:)

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