Tuesday, November 15, 2016
|The Cedar Valley Grange has wooden dance floors|
At 7:30, Lisa Brooks and Larry Reinert will teach Gothenburg Mazurka. Despite its name, this graceful Swedish dance does not use the classic mazurka step but can be done to waltz music.
Friday's dance features the joyful sound of Northern Exposure, the fine Norwegian gammaldans band from Olympia, playing a variety of gammaldans and mixers, with some polskor thrown in.
They play a style that’s infectiously danceable, with a delightful mix of something for everyone. Class, 7:30; dance, 8:30–11 p.m. $15 (Skandia members, $10); kids, free.
Driving directions to Cedar Valley Grange.....
From I-5, take exit 179 (northbound or southbound). Drive east on 220th to the stop sign at 52nd, then a short mile north to the Cedar Valley Grange on your left.