Come and learn how to keep time with your feet in a class that captures the feel of an old-time music and dance party.
Come and learn how to keep time with your feet in a class that captures the feel of an old-time music and dance party. Come and learn the beautiful art form of Appalachian flat-footing and clogging that developed in the Appalachian Mountains when African American, Scots-Irish, and Native American people met and shared their rhythms, music, and dance. Instructor Marsha Searle will share steps she has learned from over 15 years learning, performing and teaching with master teacher Eileen Carson, and well as teaching improv and new steps from this living tradition. Marsha is skilled at breaking down the steps and making them fun and accessible to all, from those who are the earliest beginners to providing a challenge for experienced dancers. Slim Harrison provides live music. No special footwear required. Yeeehoooo!