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Come and Try Ballroom and New Vogue Social Dancing

by Evelyn OBrien, Vice President, NTBDA 2017
(Darwin NT)

On Wednesday nights the 2nd, 9th, 16th and 23rd August, the Northern Territory Ballroom Dancing Association (NTBDA) proudly supported by the NT Government, will be holding 'Come and Try' sessions where current dancers will pass on skills to others. This is to help create interest in and attract people to, or back to Ballroom and New Vogue Social dancing.

Dancing offers gentle exercise for the body, mind and soul. It also provides opportunities to meet new friends and to continue learning in a safe and friendly environment.

All people young and old will benefit from dancing and all are welcome to come and try, to enjoy the music and dance and a light supper.

Venue: The Malak Community Centre, Malak Crescent, Malak
When: Wednesdays 2, 9, 16 and 23 Aug 2017
Time: 7-9pm
Entry Fee: A Gold Coin donation.

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Jul 16, 2022
Dance till you die
by: Ross Graham

It is great to see that there is a group of fellow dance lovers that have been able to get the Government involved in promoting this wonderful and enjoyable form of self entertainment.

In this time of electronic dependency, ballroom and new vogue dancing is in danger of disappearing and it is people like you that will, I hope help it stay a live.

Keep dancing, Ross Graham NSW

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