Updated October 4, 2022
Dance at the Grange Saturday October 15
Saturday, October 15: Nick Boulet will call as we dance to tunes by Wake the Parson at The Grange in Greensboro. Directions below.
WAKE THE PARSON
Wake The Parson is:
John Calhoun on fiddle
Tracy Maxwell on cello
Rebecca Lowry on hammered dulcimer
Bill Lowry on guitar
See ongoing Covid protocol below.
A reminder: please make sure you are vaccinated and boosted according to CDC recommendations. That is helpful to everyone and gives us all more freedom.
At Greensboro Grange
Covid Protocol – Fully vaccinated (show your proof) or self-supplied rapid test at the door. Masks optional.
– No partner necessary! No experience necessary!
– If you can walk, you can contra dance
– If new, join in the fun lesson at 6:30pm
– Bring clean, soft soled shoes with you to change into to protect floors
– Bring friends for more fun!
– Community dancing for all ages
– High energy, live music
– Everyone makes mistakes but nobody cares
– The more you do it, the easier and more fun it becomes
– Treat one another with care and respect, smile and have a good time
Dance 7 – 10:00 pm
Location: Guilford Grange Hall. 4909 Guilford School Rd, Greensboro, NC.
*Note – Despite what internet mapping sites may show, Guilford School Rd is NOT accessible from Guilford College Rd.
Directions: Traveling in either direction on I-40, take Exit 213 (Guilford College Rd). At the end of the ramp, turn right and continue about a mile until you cross railroad tracks at West Market Street.
You can no longer turn left onto Lindley Rd. because there is a new median so you will have to pass it, loop around and go back south, then turn right onto Lindley. (You will have to go down until you can turn left onto a street, turn around and then right to go south on Guilford College Rd. then right on Lindley. )Go 4 tenths mi., then turn right onto Guilford School Rd. The Grange is the last building on the right.
Please bring clean, soft soled, non-marring, shoes without spiked heels (heels should be 3/4″ width minimum) to preserve the fine floors we’re privileged to dance on and to make dancing more comfortable, safe and fun for you.
Admission at regular dances: CASH or CHECK at the door.
$10 admission for this dance.
Mail your donation made out to
“Fiddle & Bow Country Dancers”
to the treasurer:
205 Retnuh Dr.
Winston-Salem, NC 27105
We depend on donations to meet our financial obligations!
Fundraising update July 4, 2021:
Thanks to ongoing donations we have the financial means to begin holding dances as the Covid situation improves. You are helping to meet our many expenses and to reach out and expose more people to the contra dance and music tradition.
Thanks to those on the Board who continually volunteer their time to keep the dances going. Also, thanks to all who volunteer to help in various ways at each dance. It takes a community for it all to happen, thank you!
If you would like to have contra dancing or circle dances at your event, please contact one of us! Those type of events reach out to the community at large and introduce new people to this wonderful activity, helping to grow our dance.
About Fiddle & Bow Country Dancers
The Fiddle & Bow Country Dancers, Inc. is a 501 (c)(3) non- profit organization which sponsors several contra dances (usually 3 per month) in Clemmons, Winston-Salem or Greensboro on select days and times. We also sponsor a special annual weekend getaway, FEET RETREAT, at beautiful Camp Millstone where you can enjoy many dances with music and calling by top national talent, great related workshops, delicious meals and fellowship in a laid back atmosphere! Our 2020 Fabulous Feet Retreat will be September 25.-27.
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