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, 3910 Peachtree Dr. (faces Monterey Dr.), Columbia, MO 65203
English Country Dance at Trinity Presbyterian Church 1600 Rollins Road.
7:30–10:30 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)
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Contra Dance – Friday, October 20. Come join us Friday, October 20 for a contra dance at our new location, 3906 Peachtree Drive (old location was 3910 Peachtree Drive). We’ll be dancing to a lively mix of traditional, old-time, celtic, folk … Continue reading
Contra Dance – Friday, September 29 It’s officially Fall and it’s officially the start of our Fall 2017 contra dance season! Join us this Friday, September 29 for our first contra dance at our new location, 3906 Peachtree Drive (old … Continue reading
Join us this Friday for contra dancing with music by The Nine Mile Band. The band features John White on fiddle, Jim Ruth on banjo, Amber Gaddy on accordion, and David Cavins on guitar. Jim Thaxter will be calling the dances. … Continue reading
We have a special treat for the Friday, February 17 contra dance! The James River Scraphounds will be playing, featuring Pete Howard from Fayetteville, Arkansas on fiddle, our own Jim Ruth on banjo, and Barbara Weathers from St. Louis on guitar. Add fine calling … Continue reading
On Friday, February 3, our contra dance will feature special live music from the Ozarks provided by Kim Lansford on guitar and vocals and Nate McAlister on violin and banjo. Claire Baffaut will be calling the dances for the evening. The dance starts at 7:30 p.m. … Continue reading
Enjoy a bonus dance this weekend! The Blackberry Pickers will be playing for a dance on Saturday at Harvest Table, a restaurant in Hermann. The band, from Hermann and the St Louis area, includes Kathryn Render on banjo and fiddle, Ronnie Schuppan … Continue reading