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We teach everyone from beginners to practiced steppers, and offer instruction to individuals, couples and groups, as well as special events.
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TweetPlan your wedding at the Rocky Mountain Bridal Show It was a beautiful spring morning April 9, 2017. Brides lined up out the door for the Rocky Mountain Bridal Show. From wedding gowns to reception venues, brides could find what they needed to plan their perfect wedding at the Rocky Mountain Bridal Show. Wedding experts[…]
TweetSuper Spring Ballroom and Latin Showcase Sunday April 2 was the perfect day for dancing. The spring weather was stunning for the spring ballroom and Latin showcase at Adventures in Dance. Happy dancers gathered to have a great time sharing all their hot dance moves. Mock competition rounds were first. Dance couples Larry & Sheryl[…]
Tweet Real wedding Father Daughter Duos Graduating this Winter. Father/Daughter Duo: Mark and Audry Klingenmeier From: Littleton Wedding Date: March 18th, 2017 Song: “Daddy’s Angel” by Tony Carter Dance: Foxtrot Bride’s Honeymoon Location: Mexico We love working with weddings here at Adventures in Dance. Mark and Audry were a wonderful example of one of our[…]
Tweet9 Cat wedding tips Don’t you love kittens and weddings? I do. I rescued two kittens from the Rocky Mountain Feline Rescue recently, and they decided to get married. So, I got out my needle and thread and darned up kitten wedding garments. Then I looked up cat wedding tips from my interview with Cherokee[…]