Folk Dance Etiquette
- Always join the end of the line (usually on the left) not in front of the
sure you know a dance well before you lead it.
- It is easier to learn steps from behind the line than by watching those
inside or across from you.
- Children are welcome, BUT must be under the supervision of an adult at
- Children must stay in the designated area for our use, lest we lose our
privilege to use the building at All Souls.
- Do not talk while the dance is being taught.
- If you do not know a dance, follow behind the first line of dancers.
- Please limit yourself to three requests, listing your favorite dance in
the first choice list. All will have a chance to dance their favorite dances.
Our workshops are usually a long weekend
(Friday - Saturday - Sunday).
on learning folk dances from a particular culture.
We have quarterly birthday celebrations,
an annual anniversary every March and parties
for many holidays during which
we serve free refreshments
and wearing folk costumes is optional.
VESELO - be happy