The past year and a half might feel like being underground for 17 years, but finally we are going to get back to dancing. Let’s hope we can remember some of the steps. We will hold our first dance since March 2020 on Saturday, October 16, 2021. Some things remain the same. Others will be … Read More
Country by the Bay at the American Legion Post in Chesapeake Beach, MD was all set to have another dance on November 14, but they had to cancel because of the recent surge in COVID cases and new restrictions. For more details go to Linda Bloyer’s blog.
Country by the Bay at the American Legion Post in Chesapeake Beach, MD is coming back! The next dance will be Saturday, October 10 . The format will be pretty much the same as before, but the number of people will be limited. The Legion will screen you for COVID and take your temperature at the … Read More
Classes in the area slowly are opening up. Arlington’s 55+ program has an outdoors beginner line dancing class.
A recent article in the Washington Post called “Some day, we’ll hit the dance floor again. And it will be glorious.” summed up the current state of social dancing. The takeaway: We will dance again, just not yet. Here are a few excerpts. Of all the once-harmless human behaviors that are now potentially deadly, social … Read More
We miss seeing everyone at our Saturday dances. Under normal circumstances, we would have installed a new board of directors tonight at our June 6th dance. However, due to the pandemic, we never held an election for a new board, which usually occurs in May. Current board members have an informal agreement to continue in … Read More
Warren “Skip” Douglas Hayes, Jr passed away February 6, 2020. Skip was one of the founders of NVCWDA, and he helped organize the first meeting held to form the Association by setting up a location at the Elks Lodge. He danced on NVCWDA’s original team, The Country Steppers, which was first known as the NVCWDA … Read More
by Kerie Hitt Bruce Wright and I are members of the Reston YMCA and go to group exercise classes there. Last winter, the Y expressed interest in a beginner line dance workshop for their members. We thought this would be a great way to promote NVCWDA and country-western dancing to a new and diverse group … Read More
NVCWDA prides itself on being a group that promotes “social dancing.” Right now we certainly are missing the connections that our dances provide as we strive for “social distancing,” exactly the opposite from what we desire. The website The Dancing Grapevine has a good article called Dance in the Time of Corona. Although the pandemic … Read More
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