Let The Dancing Begin (Page Three)
Did You Know? - The term “equinox” is from the Latin meaning “equal night.
Time to dance...
That did NOT take much convincing!
Elegance in action!
Did You Know? - You’re bound to see pumpkins as part of autumn decor. The pumpkin was first named by the Greeks. They called this edible orange item “pepon,” which means “large melon.”
Zooming across the floor with the greatest of ease!
Our guests show us how it is done!
Great sounds of Summer And Autumn from Wyatt Haupt
The notes go round and round...
Taking the job seriously
Wyatt plays... Feets begin to move... It's magic!
Moving across the floor with the greatest of ease!
Did You Know? - A “Harvest Moon” is the full moon closest to the autumn equinox. Before artificial lighting, such moonlight was essential to a farmer’s successful harvest.
Our Fearless Leaders
Great clubs can always thank excellent leaders!
We await the pearls of wisdom!
Welcome to our newest members!
May you enjoy years and years of fantastic friendship and dancing!
Thank you Kathy and Tom for being tonights Dance Directors
Making for a delightful evening!
Did You Know? - In Greek mythology, autumn was the time when Persephone, the daughter of Demeter, was abducted by Hades, the god-king of the underworld. During this time, Demeter, the goddess of the harvest, was distraught and the ground grew sparse and cold. When Persephone returned in the springtime, plants and life bloomed anew because of Demeter’s happiness.
Wyatt keeps our toes tapping all evening
Wyatt researches each of his song selections for the evening
Just enjoying dancing
Gentlemen, form a circle around the ladies!
Professor... Start the music machine!
It's always fun to dance with someone else
Looks like they have been dancing together for years
The circle is formed again!
Around and around we go!
It was dreamy...
This evenings science lesson
Looking for the perfect dance partner is easy...
Great fun with friends