The Polka, coming from Bohemia in the 1800s, has an unforgettable rhythm – da-da-dum, da-da-dum. The name is Czech for “half-step,” much used in the dance. The Polka is danced in pairs either face-to-face or standing side-by-side. Polka music has a 2/4 beat and is notable for its happy sound. The Polka has consistently remained a very popular dance worldwide.
Get To Know Ballroom Dancing at our Guest Party, Oct. 17
Not sure about ballroom dancing? This party is for you! Have you ever been in a situation where you wished you were a better dancer? Maybe you sat at a wedding while other people had a blast on the dance floor. Or you watched a movie where the hero sweeps the beautiful […]
Enjoy A Spectacular Showcase Benefiting The Pink Fund, Oct. 4
“Love Is In The Air” To Benefit The Pink Fund Swirling waltzes, sexy salsas, romantic rumbas…enjoy all these and more during “Love Is In The Air”, a showcase featuring the students and professionals of Fred Astaire Dance Studios of Ohio. The show is 1 pm. Sunday, Oct. 4 at LaMalfa Centre, 5783 Heisley Road […]