Easter Bonnet Line Dance How To

Doesn’t spring make you want to kick up your heals? Easter is a time of rebirth and what better way to celebrate easter than with a new line dance? Celebrate Easter this year with the Easter Bonnet line dance how to dance to “In Your Easter Bonnet.” Easter Bonnet Tradition Wearing a spring head covering[…]

Leprechaun Irish Jig Line Dance How To

Do holidays make you want to dance? St Patrick’s Day is a delightful holiday to dance an Irish Jig. For my St Patrick’s Day dance party, I put together this lovely Leprechaun Irish Jig line dance. Have fun learning this dance. St. Patrick’s Day Everyone’s favorite Irish holiday is St Patrick’s Day. As a youth,[…]

Ding Dong Merrily On High Christmas Line Dance How To

Christmas celebrations date back to the middle ages. The Christmas carol “Ding Dong Merrily on High” originated as a middle age song and dance called branle de original. This merry little medieval dance is pared perfectly with the Holly King and the Ivy Queen for your Christmas celebration. Have fun learning how to line dance[…]

Christmas Polka Line Dance How To

Christmas is a happy holiday with many German inspired traditions. Traditions like gingerbread houses and polka dancing. So, we have put together a how to for the Christmas Polka line dance. Gingerbread and Christmas Gingerbread at Christmas dates to the middle ages. From there gingerbread men were made popular by Queen Elizabeth. German bakers then[…]