Greensboro Grange – Lagomorph Quartet, Jack Mitchell calling

Sure to be a great evening with this 4 piece band filling the air with music that will make you move.

We are welcoming the Lagomorph Quartet, a group of music loving x homeschoolers playing old time, Irish, French Canadian, and contra tunes. Music that makes you move your feet and swing around.
Jack Mitchell is one of our favorite callers from the Triad who is known at dances in many states!
– No partner necessary, No experience necessary
– If you can walk, you can contra dance
– If new, join in the fun lesson at 7:30
– 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
General admission $10 (Members $8)
Full time students 23 and under $6 (Members $5).
Free Lesson 7:30 – 8
Dance 8 – 11:00 pm
Fiddle & Bow Country Dancers
Fiddle & Bow Country Dancers is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization
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. In 100 more feet, turn left onto Lindley Rd. Go 4 tenths mi., then turn right onto Guilford School Rd. The Grange is the last building on the right.

Reel Shady with George Segebade Calling

Caller: George Segebade Band: Reel Shady

Tuesday, Dec 20 at Clemmons!
Come out for some holiday fun with your friends and fellow dancers as one of our favorite local bands, “Reel Shady”, provides the music to make your feet happy. The variety of energetic tunes played by this solid, experienced band will be a pleasure for your ears and mind! There might even be a few surprises in their repertoire during this season!

One of the East coast’s well travelled callers, our own George Segebade, will lead us on this Tuesday’s dance adventure!

This close to Christmas I think we can safely say that holiday raiment is entirely appropriate so don’t hesitate to decorate the hall with your cheerful holiday outfits! There may be some tasty snacks to eat during the break – if you bring some, you will be sure that will be true!

– No partner necessary because you will dance with everyone in the room. 🙂
– If you’re new, you’ll probably have more fun if you attend the short lesson at 7:30 just before the dance.
– Clean, soft soled shoes are best for the floor.
– Dancing starts at 8 and runs until 10:30 with a short break in the middle.

Remember to treat all dancers, especially beginning dancers with care and respect and help them have a good time.

General admission $8
Full time students (under 25) $5.
Free Lesson 7:30 – 8
Dance 8 – 10:30 pm

Clemmons Civic Club
Exit 184 from I-40
2870 Middlebrook Drive, Clemmons, NC


The Stuff with Jack Mitchell Calling

Caller: Jack Mitchell.    Band: The Stuff (Gretchen Caverly & Nic Coker of
$5 – Student with ID
$8 – General
Free beginner lesson at 7:30

“The Stuff” is back to bring us more great dancing music. Gretchen Caverly’s fiddle playing will carry you away with her precise yet freely interpreted melodies. Nic Coker works the guitar, supporting the melody with his creative and fluid rhythm and bass lines. In other words – music that is great fun to dance to!
The caller is Jack Mitchell, one of our favorites from the Triangle, who calls interesting dances, and has traveled quite a bit as a caller.

No partner necessary because you will dance with everyone in the room. 🙂
No experience necessary because this is:
– just for fun
– walking a pattern
– you’re told what to do ahead of time and as you dance
– other friendly people who have danced at least a few times will guide you when you need it 🙂