The Seattle Family Dance starts again on January 8th(earlier time: 2 :30 – 4:30 PM)!

Family Dance at Phinney Neighborhood Center, sponsored by the Seattle Folklore Society.

Family Dance this Sunday, January 8th! Come hear (and dance to) the next exciting young band – “The Mossbacks” – at the Phinney Neighborhood Center Community Hall this Sunday from 2:30 to 4:30 pm!

These talented youth play with skill and confidence far beyond their years. They are all multi-instrumentalists: Carter Schafer (15) plays fiddle, piano, and banjo; Oliver Knaphus (10) plays fiddle and guitar; and Sam Zito (15) plays bass, fiddle, and mandolin.

Sherry Nevins will call fun dances for all ages. Spread the word!http://seattledance.org/family

Future 2017 Family Dance dates:
February 12th (the 2nd Sunday this month!)
March 5
April 2

December 2nd Contra Dance takes place at OmCulture

Just a reminder that the Emerald City Contra Dance moves to OmCulture for the December 2nd dance! (The Phinney Center is setting up for Winterfest, their annual craft and entertainment fair) KGB

December 2 – KGB – Julie King (piano), Claude Ginsberg (fiddle), and Dave Bartley (mandolin, guitar-like instruments, percussion). One of Seattle’s top bands combines original tunes with a few contra classics with a sound and energy that sounds like it came from another country. Susan Petrick calls.

Take note! This dance takes place at OmCulture near Gasworks Park. Find it at 2210 North Pacific Street in Seattle.

Dance from 7:30pm to 10:00pm, beginner’s workshop at 7:00
$9 general admission. $8 for SFS members, PNA members, and seniors. $5 for students. Free for people under the age of 16.
First time contra dancers get a coupon for free admission to their next dance.
Coupon redemption limited to first five coupons on any single night.
Emerald City Contra Dance schedule