Get Involved

So, how do you get started as a social dancer? The first step is to contact the officers of the club, introduce yourself and ask for help in getting started as a ballroom dancer.  They will be happy to help you get started on the right foot and in a manner that will not cost you an arm and a leg.
We have frequent social events and dances and most of them start with a one-hour dance lesson.  We also offer affordable weekly group dance workshops especially for beginners.  Those workshops will be an excellent place to commence your dance training. You will learn rapidly and will have the time of your life while learning.

Members have exclusive access to information regarding local studios and dance stores to help you acquainted with the community.  We also have independent dance instructors that offer private instruction for beginners.

Your best approach will be to seek out opportunities to take group lessons in the particular dance in which you are interested.  The Calendar of Events contains the available workshops and events and you can quickly see the schedule by a simple click.

Our officers are here to help you.  You will also find new dancing friends that can be a good resource for obtaining information on club functions and how to get the most out of your time.

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

I am interested in joining the team, can I have more info?

Thanks for the interest. Since we are a competitive club, our dancers would need to have appropriate practice attire, professional dance shoes and pay $55 a quarter. We also have a competitive survival guide available for our members if they get accepted. We accept people with a positive attitude and enjoy dancing. An audition may be required.

Do I need to be a student to join?

No. Anyone can join. But keep in mind that competition organized by age category. If you are a student, you may be entitled to some discounts at competition, membership fees, etc.

Do I need a partner?

No. However, you will learn faster if you have one.

Am I assigned a partner once I join?

No. We leave it up to members to mingle and find out who they want to dance with.

Is dance experience required?

No, but experience in any dance style would be advantageous to you.

Do I have to compete right-away?

No. You compete when you have a steady partner and feel competent. The officers will generally let you know. But feel free to ask anyway.

What will increase my chances of getting rejected?

People with negative attitudes. If you do these, you will most likely be rejected, or if already accepted, get kicked out: complain, criticize and condemn.


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