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CLASSES HAVE STARTED BUT IT'S NOT TOO LATE TO JOIN US!

Beginner West Coast Swing classes will continue on Tuesday nights from 7pm to 8:30pm until June 4!

  • Learn to dance!

  • Have fun!

  • Meet new people!

  • Support a worthy cause!

  • 100% of all proceeds are donated to Boston Children's Hospital!

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Dance Instructors:

Anna & Kevin Balcom, with their son Zachary.

“You are a dancer the moment you open your heart and step onto the dance floor.”

OUR MISSION

To share our love for West Coast Swing dancing with our community, while raising funds to support Boston Children's Hospital.

Anna and Kevin Balcom have danced, competed and performed, throughout the U.S., Europe, and Australia and are excited to share their love of dance with the local community. 

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Tuesdays: 7pm – 8:30pm

$15 per lesson.

No dance experience needed.
No partner required.

No pre-registration required.

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Lessons take place at

Franklin Elks Lodge #2136

1077 Pond St.

Franklin, MA 02038

What is West Coast Swing?

West Coast Swing (WCS) is a partner dance, known for its creative, conversational style, emphasis on connection and elasticity, 'rolling' footwork, and adaptability to many genres of music–including blues, R&B, rock, pop, contemporary, and hip hop.

 

WCS is a modern form of swing dance which is typically slower, smoother, and more grounded than its "Big Band" style predecessors, Lindy Hop or East Coast Swing.

 

WCS is loved by dancers of all ages, skill sets, and ability around the world. The community is welcoming, non-judgmental, and friendly to dancers of all backgrounds, ethnicity, and life-styles.

Dance4Dreams is thankful for the support of our West Coast Swing friends in Boston and the surrounding area. For more information about WCS social dancing, lessons, workshops, and special events, please visit:

“Everything in the universe has rhythm. Everything dances.”
Maya Angelou

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“Those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music.”
Friedrich Nietzsche

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