Dancing Through Time

Dancing Through Time 26

A 8 week course for Adults age 50 and over with little or no dance experience.

DTT begins on April 7
Thursdays from 1 – 2:30 p.m

National Museum of Dance

99 South Broadway, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866


Dancing through Time is an eight-week dance sampler program of the Dance Alliance, designed  for active seniors (over 50). Each class has a different instructor so that participants can experience a variety of dance styles. Classes meet on Thursdays from 1:00 to 2:30  p.m. in the Swyer Studios, accessed from the back of the parking lot at the side of the National Museum of Dance, 99 South Broadway (Route 9), Saratoga Springs, NY.

Questions? Contact Libby Smith-Holmes at 587-9499 or at newdancethutime@gmail.com


April 7  Learn group dances from several regions of Greece with Evan Euripidou of the Schenectady-based Fotia Hellenic Society.
April 14 Artist and dancer Francelise Dawkins returns with Calabash, an energetic Caribbean-flavored style based on African dance traditions.
April 21 Anny DeGange brings a lyrical blend of dance styles from her rich background in ballet, modern and Broadway.

April 28 Plunge into Zumba, a lively fitness exercise with dance choreography to Latin rhythms, taught by Laurie Zabele Cawley

May 5 Marcus Rogers of Union College’s Dance Department leads a class in his energetic jazz style.
May 12 Combining the graceful moves of tai chi with the strength of Chinese martial arts, Sandra Balint returns with her popular, creative style.

May 19 Tina Baird will include some history, video footage, song and tap
as we learn the Copasetics song and the Cole Stroll by Charles “Honi”
Coles, a member of the Copasetics Club.

May 26 Leslie Kettlewell shares her fascination with the popular dances of the ‘50s, ‘60s and ‘70s, some of which we may remember!

During the session, class participants may have an opportunity to buy tickets at a group rate for a dance performance at an area theater. Carpooling will be arranged.


Contact Libby Smith-Holmes, program coordinator, Dancing Through Time, at 587-9499 or at esmithho@nycap.rr.com for more information.


Dancing through Time is a program of the Dance Alliance, an all-volunteer, non-profit organization of choreographers, dancers, dance advocates, teachers, students and lovers of dance. It was founded in 1978 and incorporated in 1988 for the greater Capital District-Saratoga region of upstate New York.
Dancing through Time 26 is offered in partnership with the School of the Arts of the National Museum of Dance.

 Dancing Through Time is hosted by The National Museum of Dance & Hall of Fame.

Dancing Through Time