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Sep
21
Sat
Advanced Region Class 2019 @ Ngaio Town Hall
Sep 21 @ 9:30 am – 3:30 pm

One-day school over 5 hours.

Teacher: Debbie Roxburgh, from Whanganui

9:30-12:00 and 1:00-3:30

Morning and afternoon tea provided. Please bring your lunch or the Ngaio shops are just a short walk away.

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Sep
24
Tue
Daytime dancing for experienced dancers @ St John’s Anglican Church Hall
Sep 24 @ 12:45 pm – 2:45 pm

These sessions will provide independent dancers with the opportunity for dancing in the afternoon with people from other clubs as well as their own.

It is for those who would enjoy learning new dances and harder formations that they may not encounter at club. Dances will be walked if required.

Maureen Robson is leading the sessions.

Please bring your own water bottle or mug. St Johns is on the hill six minutes’ walk from the Johnsonville train station and bus hub.

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Oct
1
Tue
New Dancers Celebration Preparation Class 2019 @ St David’s Multicultural Church Hall
Oct 1 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Classes held over two evenings to learn the dances for the New Dancers’ Celebration on 12 October.

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Oct
8
Tue
New Dancers Celebration Preparation Class 2019 @ St David’s Multicultural Church Hall
Oct 8 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Classes held over two evenings to learn the dances for the New Dancers’ Celebration on 12 October.

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Oct
12
Sat
New Dancers’ Celebration 2019 @ Te Rauparaha Arena
Oct 12 @ 7:30 pm

Music by Aileen Logie, Don McKay, Hilary Ferral and Terry Bradshaw

Download the 2019 New Dancers Celebration Programme

See the details for the New Dancers Celebration Preparation Class 2019 on Tuesday 1 and 8 October.

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Oct
22
Tue
General daytime dancing @ St John’s Anglican Church Hall
Oct 22 @ 12:45 pm – 2:45 pm

The focus of these sessions will be on popular dances, including some from upcoming dance programmes.

Although the dances will be walked and taught, they will best suit those of intermediate level and above who know the common formations, including reels of three, reels of four, allemande, double triangles, reel/jig poussette, grand chain, figure of 8 across and on sides, and ladies’ chain, and can instantly identify corner positions.

Please bring your own water bottle or mug. St Johns is on the hill six minutes’ walk from the Johnsonville train station and bus hub.

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Nov
2
Sat
Carterton Annual Dance 2019 @ Carterton Events Centre
Nov 2 @ 7:30 pm

Music by Marian Anderson and Max Ketchin

Download the 2019 Carterton Annual Dance programme

Download the instructions to the dance The Capering Scarecrows

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Nov
25
Mon
Johnsonville Tartan and Final Night 2019 @ Johnsonville School Hall
Nov 25 @ 7:30 pm

Music by Lynne Scott, Sharlene Penman, Richard Hardie and Ann Goodbehere

Download the Johnsonville Final Night Programme

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