2022 Summer Dancing w/ Gloria Andersen

Gloria Andersen 2022 line dancing

2022 Contemporary Line Dancing

     with Gloria Andersen

May 24th - September 15th

Classes will run as long as the attendance is adequate and the facility remains available. (Dates and times subject to change)

@ The Snowflake Building 

behind the LOL Town Hall

4331 County Rd B

@ Upstairs Dance Studio

at LOLA Arts Center

4262 County Rd B

Basic Beginner, Level One:  9:30 - 10:30am

Upper Beginner, Level Two:  10:45 - 11:45am

Improver Line Dancing: 9:45 - 11:15am

*must have previous line dancing experience

Each Beginner class $5.00 payable at the door. Take both classes for $7.00 (exact change or check please).

Each Improver class $7.00 payable at the door (exact change or check please).

Level 1 (Basic Beginner): Absolutely no previous dance experience is required. Basic line dance steps are taught and are choreographed to different music moderately paced to a strong 4/4 or 3/4 beat. Rhythms included are: cha-cha, waltz and two-step. Some of the dances in the hour include a one wall change implemented by either a 1/4 or 1/2 turn and are comprised of 32 counts. Also, basic line dance terminology and etiquette is taught.

Level 2 (Upper Beginner): Choreography is suitable for dancers who have completed Level 1 or have had some previous line dance experience. Routines will include additional rhythms such as night club two-step, mambo, tango and fox-trot.  The musical tempo will range from slow to moderate. Generally, the dances will include 32 to 48 counts, will incorporate more styling principles and use one or more turns.

Improver Class:  This level assumes previous line dance experience or the satisfactory completion of levels 1 & 2. Additional step patterns are introduced, and the choreography will include additional rhythms and tempos. Dance routines at this level use several turns, often have 64 counts and may also use tags and restarts.





Instructor Bio:  Gloria Andersen, mother and grandmother, retired to the Northwoods of Upper Michigan from a retail banking career in 2003. For her love of dance, she continues to attend a variety of dance classes in the Phoenix, Arizona and has participated in several national workshops where she won 2nd place in a choreography competition in 2016.

Gloria volunteers her time to teach line dance classes at LOLA Arts for beginning to advanced students. She has also taught line dance classes for PORA (Property Owners Resident Association) in Sun City West, Arizona and basic line dance to children during the Sun City West ‘Happy Camp’.  Her hope is to share her passion for dance with students of all ages and skill levels.


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