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December 8 Special FREE outreach event at Troy’s Victorian Stroll from noon to 1:45 PM. Download the flyer here During the rest of the year, Capital English Country Dancers gather on the first Sundays from October to May. Download a flyer for the regular season here. For more...
I believe there is nothing more beautiful, wondrous and joyful than simple community dancing to energetic and rhythmic fiddle music played live.
These dances serve as a way to connect people in human, and often intergenerational, interaction – holding hands and looking at each other, as opposed to holding a device and looking at a screen.
I am thankful for all the work people have already put into DFO so that all the activities that I now participate in were available and welcoming when I showed up to learn.
I really love the Cajun and Zydeco dance series and think that it’s a program worth developing (in addition to everything else the DFO does).
Dance provides a fun and structured social activity that has an incredibly positive impact on all people of all ages.
Memberships and donations allow us to continue to sponsor over 15 traditional dance series, special events, and workshops throughout the year, in addition to the Flurry Festival. Financial support helps us keep admissions affordable.
Your DanceFlurry Membership entitles you to a discount admission at all sponsored and affiliate events.
Support also allows us to provide Program Grants and DF YO! Grants (DanceFlurry Youth Outreach!) for workshops and for events that incorporate traditional music and dance for the general public and for youth and families.