Line dancing may bring to mind images of cowboys and barnyard square dances, but there is more to it than that. It's a type of dance in which dancers line up in a row without partners and follow a choreographed pattern of steps to music. A little realized benefit of this popular form of dancing is that it can help improve memory. Many people suffer from poor memories and one of the best ways to help is to engage in activities that force them to use their memory. Line dancing requires people to remember dance steps and combinations, so they are exercising their memories every time they step on the dance floor. This is a beginner-level class. No experience or partner is necessary.
55+ | 81 Main Street Tuesdays, Sept. 13- Oct 10. AND/OR Nov.14-Dec. 13 | 9-10am $50 (per session) Instructor: Kris Gleason