The Lindy Hop
It all started at the Savoy…or so the story goes. While “Shorty George” Snowden, a dance enthusiast, watched some couples dancing at New York City’s famous Savoy Ballroom in the late 1920s, someone asked him what dance they were doing. George glanced down at a newspaper opened up to an article about Charles Lindbergh’s flight across the ocean, titled “Lindy Hops The Atlantic,” and quickly answered: “The Lindy Hop.” A dance was born! The Lindy Hop, always fun to dance, is wild, spontaneous, jumpy, and jazzy!
Try A Bit of Ballroom at Our FREE Guest Party, Sept. 13
Try Ballroom Dancing at our FREE Guest Party, Sept. 13 Every day, people tell us that they’ve “always wanted to dance.” Now you have a chance to try ballroom dancing at a special Guest Party on Saturday, Sept. 13, 2014. The party runs from 7-9 p.m. and features hors d’oeuvres, a mini group lesson, […]
Fred Astaire Willoughby In The Spotlight at Gay Games 9
Staff & Students Performed & Volunteered at Gay Games 9, Aug. 9-15 Our students and staff performed, choreographed, volunteered, attended a year’s worth of meetings, danced backup for an *N Sync superstar – and even put together an entire show. The team at Fred Astaire Willoughby did it all for Gay Games […]