St Cloud Line Dance Update
No class Sept 5th for Labor Day
No classes Sept 19 – 30 for floor refinishing
Every Monday and Friday
Magnolia Room of the Community Center
3101 17th Street, St Cloud
1:00pm - 4:00pm
Past Halloween hijinks - Stay tuned for this year's announcement
We’re more than a bunch of dancers We’re a family of like-minded people, using our passion and our skills to celebrate life.
Winner, winner chicken dinner
2021 costume of the year.
We celebrate life through movement, food, and fun! We like snacks.
We're always working on something. Most of the time, we're focused on great music that makes us feel alive!
What makes us different?
Ultra Beginners have not line danced before. The only prerequisite is that you know your left from your right. Ultra Beginner dance classes teach basic steps such as the GRAPEVINE, POINTS, STOMPS, SLIDES, the SHUFFLE, and the WEAVE.
Beginners know the basics steps but need additional practice and are looking to add to their dance repertoire. Most beginner dances are 32 count dances. Examples of beginner dances include: What Makes You Country, Broken Stones, A Little Love Worth Waiting 4, or Come Dance with Me. Dances are taught for three to four weeks and then become part of the “open dance.”
Improvers are are ready for a challenge. Improver dances can be 32 count (Empty Space, Chris Young) to 64 count (Forget-me-Not, Ronnie Milsap) and often include syncopation and “tags” or re-starts.
You are ready to line dance!
For a chance to watch beginner or improver dances go to CopperKNOB
Monday and Friday Line Dance:
Absolute Beginner/Experienced Beginner on Monday from 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM.
Experienced Beginner/Improver on Monday from 2:30 PM to 4:00 PM
There is a $2.00 suggested donation per class
Lessons consist of learning each segment of a dance, practicing each “wall” and then dancing to the music.
Open dances are dances that have previously been taught. There is no lesson prior to the dance.
Hint: Please wear shoes that are comfortable, support your feet, and will slide on the dance floor. We ask you not to wear flip flops, boots with metal cleats, or high heels.
What makes us different?
Blue Rose Is
Choreographer: Donna Lent
Music: Blue Rose Is - Pam Tillis
Choreographer: Karen Tripp
Music: Darlin’ - Johnny Reid
A little Love Worth Waiting 4
Choreographer: Norman Gifford
Music: A Love Worth Waiting For - Bouke
Leave Before You Love Me
Choregrapher: Cathy Snow
Music: Leave Before You Love Me –
Marshmello & Jonas Brothers
Choreographer: Larry Bass
Music: "You Walked In" by Lonestar
Choreographer: Jenny Cain - June 2008
Music: Good Time - Alan Jackson
Choreographer: Dharry Ladiana
Music: Totoy Bibbo by Vhong Navarro
Choreographer: Maddison Glover
Music: Remember This –
When I Fall in Love
Choreographer: Ayu Permana
Music: Cuando Me Enamoro by Andrea Bocelli
Blue Night Cha
Choreographer: Kim Ray
Music: Blue Night – Michael Learns to Rock
Until the Dawn
Choreographer: Gary Laferty
Music: “Marvin Gaye” – Charlie Puth