We dance most first, third, and fifth Fridays (see schedule for details).
We always dance to live music. All ages and experience levels welcome. No partner needed.
Contra Dance at The Ballroom Academy of Columbia, 3906 Peachtree Dr. (faces Monterey Dr.), Columbia, MO 65203
English Country Dance at Trinity Presbyterian Church 1600 Rollins Road.
7:30–10:00 pm (beginners’ lesson at 7:00)
Admission $8.00 ($5.00 for ages 16–25 or with student ID; free for children 15 and under)
Category Archives: Dance Weekends
Our annual MMTD Spring Breakdown dance weekend is almost here! It’s time to complete your plans to attend this fun dance event right here in Columbia, MO, from March 16-19! This event draws people from all over the country and here are a … Continue reading
Spring Breakdown 2016 is this weekend, March 18-20! Come and dance to the music of Nor’easter with calling by Steve Zakon-Anderson at the Kimball Ballroom in Lela Raney Wood Hall on the Stephens College campus. Be sure to attend the … Continue reading
Summer MMTD Events: Cooper’s Landing Dance – Tuesday, June 19th – with 32 Bar Tenders Cooper’s Landing Dance – Tuesday, July 17th – with Amber and Dave Contra Dance at Ballroom – Friday, July 20 – with Amber and Dave, Jim … Continue reading
Spring Breakdown 2015 — March 13, 14, & 15! Come and dance to the music of the Syncopaths and calling by Lisa Greenleaf at the Kimball Ballroom in Lela Raney Wood Hall on the Stephens College campus. Be sure to … Continue reading
THANKS AND KUDOS Many thanks and kudos to Betsy Collins, the MMTD Board and all the volunteers and participants who made this Spring Breakdown so memorable. One dancer said it was the best dance weekend she’d ever been to. Wow! … Continue reading
Polish up your dancing shoes, put on your finest swirly skirt or ironic t-shirt and join us for some or all of our 12th annual dance weekend! We are very excited to announce that Contrazz will be providing the music, … Continue reading
Dance Workshop – Saturday, March 31 – 3:15–4:45 p.m., Kimball Ballroom, with Cis Hinkle and the Groovemongers In the 1950’s, just before rock ‘n’ roll, square dancing swept the country. Creativity and innovation were all the rage, and new takes … Continue reading