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Judy Cain Dance Studio


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you grow old because you quit dancing
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 Judy's Blog Aug  11, 2020

Hi Dancers,

Hope this finds you well and still social distancing. I have been putting off sending this e-mail to you as long as I could, but at this time I am retired.

The school has advised me that they will not re-open the building.

Thank you so much for your understanding and support.

Remember if you rest you rust – so I hope you will keep on dancing.



All Classes and Dances are Cancelled
Until Further notice
Stay Safe
Judy's Blog Mar 11, 2020
Classes were a lot of fun.  How do you say it - "So many dances and so little time" - how true that is.  
Monday at 5:00 - we put the music on and Shirley & Iona practiced Dance Monkey - at 5:15 we started with the beginner dances
New ones taught were Happy EZPZ by Mitzi Day, WCF(need this) by Becca Fulford, then we danced the usual's, I Love A Rainy Night,  Rockin The Wagon Wheel, Little Red Book, Come Dance With Me , Goin' Ham by Trevor, and more.
Around 6:00 we reviewed a couple of oldies Lawrence Allen's I Like It Rough & Dancin' Feet to Wipe Out by the Beach Boys.  Next danced the class favorite All I Am Is You,
Time to learn again and it was Cha Cha Suavito by Ira, The last 8 counts of this dance made it fun and interesting.  
Talking about fun - Geri really gets into The Wolf, other dances with 1 wall teaches were Senorita La-La-La by Julia, Never Gonna Grow Up by O'Reilly, Good As You by Burton & Barr, 
New teach - Deacing Fever by Jonas Dahlgren & Gary O'Reilly
Good luck to Shirley in the coming weeks as she is having Knee replacement surgery.  prayers are with you - see you up and dancing soon.

Judy's Blog Feb12, 2020
My husbands cervical surgery on February 5th went well and he is healing.  Thanks to the surgery His pain and numbness in his arms and hands has thankfully disappeared.  The hospital was overloaded with the flu and unfortunately we had to bring it home with us.  Sunday night Chuck spiked a fever and extremely high blood pressure reading so we decided to try and make it through the night and go to the Doctor on Monday and the Doctor order the swab test and sure enough Chuck tested positive for the flu. We did not get home until Monday 6:30 pm.  I tried to send out an e-mail but unfortunately some of you did not receive it, so sorry.   I also have been under the weather but did not go to the Doctor.  Everyday we are both feeling somewhat better.  I am not teaching any classes this week but am looking forward to getting back to class on Monday.February 17th.  So sorry for any inconvenience this has caused you,  
NO hugs today - don't want to give you the flu,
Judy's Blog Jan 08, 2020
Weather permitting classes are back on schedule.  For Monday's Line Dance Class - I will be putting the music on at 5 and will start teaching at 5:15 and we will dance until 7:30 and will continue with requests until 7:45 or ???
We had a great time on Monday - I think we were all soooo ready to dance.  Some of the dances we went over are:  Coffee Days and Whiskey Nights by Ivonne Verhagen, Ah Si, Little Red Book,
Cowgirl Twist, , Cooler Than Cool, Ocean to Ocean, Half Past Tipsy and many more. 
TAP KATS - HAD A GREAT 2019 and now looking forward to 2020.  
We are now accepting bookings for shows starting in May. We will be working on a New York theme for the spring shows.  
Come Dance With Me
Judy's Blog Oct 29, 2019
Hi Dancers:  
We will be starting Mondays line dance classes at 5:30 and dance until 7:30 ish.  Studio will be closed December 22nd for the holidays.   Watch our web site for when we will re-open.  
Dances we have been working on are:
 the oldie - After Midnight by Judy McDonald
Good As You by Michelle Burton & Michael Barr, Adalaida by Gary O'Reilly, Beer Never Broke My Heart by Kathy Brown, Holly Jolly EZ by Sue Wellesley-Davies, Bonaparte's Retreat by Maddison Glover, Half Past Tipsy by Maddison & Rachael, Coffee Days and Whiskey Nights by Ivonne Verhagen, Hey Now b Gary O'Reilly, Dance Monkey by Allison Johnstone, Senorita La-La-La by Julia Wetzel 
Hey how about getting rid of those winter blues and come out and dance with us.
Tap Kats are really busy this Holiday season.  We have 6 shows, 2 good ones down, and 4 to go.  The dancers have really worked hard and we all love the Christmas music and costumes.  This show leaves everyone happy and in the festive mood.  Thank you - Tap Kats.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year,
Judy's Blog Oct 29, 2019
Well October is coming to a close and we sure did a lot of dancing.  New dances we are working on are:  Heart Body & Soul by Anderson, 
Ira & Ruben Luna, Dive Bar by Lynn Luccisano, Get Up, Get Up, Get Busy by Mark Furnell and Chris Godden, Hey Now by Ira Losco, Romeo Tonight by Karl-Harry Winsom,  We brought back Evergreen by Karen Hunn, Tuxedo Junction by Charlotte Skeeters, Ex's and Oh's by Amy Glass, Bubba Shot The Jukebox, Come Dance With Me, Seduced, D. H. S. S..  and many more 
Tap Kats are working hard on getting their Christmas Program ready:  We have shows November 22nd at Heather Knoll, December 3rd at Gilcrest in Doylestown, December 12th at Samaritan Villa, the 13th Pennacle, 18th Samaratan Care, 20th Chapel Hill, - Merry Christmas
The studio will be closed December 21st through January 1st.  
Keep on Dancing


 Judy's Blog Oct 01, 2019: 
September - wow - weather was great and dancing was the best.  Hope you were able to appreciate both.  
This month looks like Hana Ries was a favorite choreographer.  We have been enjoying her Knockin' Boots and this past week we added Damn! (a fun contra dance) and Buy My Own Drinks - neat dance that goes well with the music.  Looking forward to more of her choreography.  
Other dances taught/danced in September were:  Soul Shake - Fred Whitehouse, Train Swing by Neils, Senorita La-La-La by Julia Wetzel, Boys by Scott & Joey, classic oldie Evergreen by Karen Hunn.
New dances on Monday were:  I Ain't Never by Jo Thompson Szymanski, Michael Barr & Michele Burton and I used Michael Bubles Baby You've Got What It Takes for music, also taught Rescue Party by Shane McKeever - a little challenge trying to do the middle of the dance (Dizzy) backwards - but we are up to the challenge.  
Looking forward to October and new dances and bringing back some classics.  For sure and requested we will be working on Chill Factor. 
The Monday at 5 class is beginners and we introduce a lot of classics - a fun class to begin with.   As the evening progresses so do our dances.  
Come dance with us

Judy's Blog Aug 27, 2019:
Thanks to those that came to class last night. Sadly we said goodbye to Maria Sibila as she heads back to Spain but on the good side she will be back over the holidays and again next Spring. We want to congratulate her on her big win at Chicago. She is truly a champion line dancer and her next competition will be in Ireland - whew!!!

Amer, Did I tell you lately how much I appreciate you? Well, I do and a lot. Thank you from the bottom of my heart. Judy

Dance that we did last night were:
Hot Country Girl by Suzanne Wilson, Whiskey Bridges, Break On Me by Helen Born, Short Skirt Weather by Lisa M. Johns-Grose & Tracy Hochendoner,
K is For Kicks,
What Makes You Country by Rob, Rocket To The Sun by Maddison, Mustang Sally by Laura Rittenhouse, Codigo, World For Two by Gary OReilly, Little Red Book, Bosa Nova by Phil Dennington, All I Am Is You, Sucker by Julia Wetzel, Who's Up All Night, Lonely Blues by Rachael.
NEW DANCES: The favorite was Soul Shake by Fred Whitehouse and Thousand Times by Niels. Love that dance thank you Neils - The song is by Lionel Richie, Hello, it has always been a favorite of mine - never in my wildest dream did I think we would be doing a line dance to that song, Well done Neils

NO CLASS NEXT MONDAY DUE TO LABOR DAY. Have a safe and happy holiday.
Thank you

Judy's Blog Aug 13, 2019:

Hi Dancers,
Our summer classes are going by so quickly.  Hard to believe schools will be starting back within the next couple of weeks.  
We are having so much fun with some of the new dances and re-doing some of the old classics.  
Maria Sibila is originally from Massillon Ohio and danced with my Mother, Martha Galvin Fritz throughout her growing up years.  She now lives in Spain with her husband.  Their 2 children are now residing in America, Son is a Doctor in Columbus and the daughter is in college in Pennsylvania, and that brings Maria home for the summers and while here she dances with many area line dance instructors.  We wish Maria the best of luck this week as she will be competing in UCWDC in Chicago.  Very proud to tell you that She is a National Champion.  You can watch her videos on you tube, just type in Maria Sibila and the videos will come up.  You go gal - dance up a storm.    
This is what we worked on this past Monday:  Charleston Cha Cha, Stealing The Best, Country Bump by Darren Bailey, Blue Rose Is, Heavenly Waltz by Bertha-Rose Park, Goin' Hamm by Trevor Thornton, Stroll Along Cha Cha, Country As Can Be by Suzanne Wilson, Honey Pie by Maggie, new one for the beginners was Mustang Sally by Laura Rittenhouse
Moving up a level:
Classic review:  Four Star Boogie by Melanie Greenwood & Madly Off In All Directions by Michelle Perron.  , new dance Long Tall Sally by Marja Urgent & Jan van Tiggelen (this is a fun dance) Come Dance With Me, Rockin' The Wagon Wheel, Havana Cha, All I Am Is You, Sucker, Codigo, Little Red Book, 
Next level: 
Review:  Senorita La-La-La by Julia Wetzel, Train Swing by Niels Poulsen, Who's Up All Night by Brandon Zahorsky
Two new dances:  Gone West by Gary O'Reily & Maggie Gallagher & Playboys by Karl-Harry Winson.
Playboys was unanimously the favorite
Hope you come dance with us Monday classes start at 5:00 and we dance until 8.
Judy Cain Wellington
Judy's Blog July 23, 2019:
So sorry for being late for class yesterday.  The clock that I count on is my kitchen and is a battery clock  needless to say it left me down.  Thankfully Chuck was on the computer and noticed the time otherwise???????
Thank you for waiting - as soon I realized I was late I tried to call 3 people that I know are usually there and - shame on me but I don't have their cell phone numbers.  Mine is 330-697-1440, hopefully that won't happen again but in case - please call me. 
Once I settled down I had a good time and I hope you did too.  New dances were:  Pretty Woman by Laura Rittenhouse and Who's Up All Night by Brandon Zahorsky - also revised two classics:  Honey Pie by Maggie Gallagher and Wave on Wave by Alan Birchall.  Look for the step sheets on Copperknob.  
See you next Monday and hopefully on time - classes start at 5 and we dance on until????  My feet get too tired to move quick enough.
Come Dance With Me
Judy's Blog July 16, 2019:
Mondays class was interesting, surprising and fun,aria - it is always a pleasure to dance with you.   
Still working on getting the new laptop running the way I think it should, we had some new dancers, and an old friend that has since moved to Spain but comes back to visit in the summer.  Ma ria, it is always a pleasure to dance with you and I mean that from the bottom of my heart and feet.
Electric Slide, Cupid Shuffle, Ah Si, Bottle it up, EZ Cha Cha, Smooth Like The Summer, Heavanly Waltz, Cooler Than Me, K Is For Kicks,
Dancing Cheek to Cheek EZ,  Snappy Walk, Rockin. The Wagon Wheel,   Champagne Promise, All I am Is You, there were more but sorry short memory 
New dances for the three levels were:
Luie Louie by Laura Rittenhouse
Sand by Jill Weiss
Old Friends in America by Dan Albro and....
Hurt So Good - Cody Flowers
Judy's Blog June 11, 2019:
We are having class next Monday even though it will a holiday week.  5:00 for beginners and at 5:45 level picks up and just keeps picking up throughout the evening.  So much fun!!!!
New dances taught were 
Cowboy Sweetness by John Robinson and Jo Thompson Szymanski
Sucker by Julia Wetzel
Oldie brought back The Bomp by Kim Ray
Still enjoying Get Drunk Get Loud by Rob Holley and last weeks I Think I Found Love by Neville and Julie.
Come Dance With Me
Judy's Blog June 11, 2019:
Mondays class
Great to see Beth & Jim back from Florida.  We only learned one new dance this week and that was Get Drunk Get Loud by Rob Holley.  Fun dance - neat rhythm.  Most were danced out from Frank Traces great workshop.  Now they are buzzing about Jill's workshop. 
Tap Kats had a performance at Heather Knoll and we had fun introducing 2 new routines one was the Beach Boys Fun Fun Fun and the other was Jo Thompson's Splish Splash.   Next show will be in Canton Oh on July 17th.
Have a great week and hopefully filled with dancing
Judy's Blog June 4, 2019:
This week we did a lot of 1 wall walk through's preparing for Frank Trace's workshop this Saturday but I introduced 2 new dances - Home To You by Maggie Gallagher and Through The Night by Roger Neff.
For those that have the opportunity to go to Frank's workshop - Have fun and learn lots.
Keep those dancing feet happy'
Judy's Blog May 21, 2019:
No class Monday as it will be Memorial Day.  
Our new dances this week were both from Rob Fowler.  Beginner dance These Old Boots & the intermediate was Loud.  Both great dances.  
Also brought back Jo Thompson's Dance Ranch Romp.  Fun dance.  
See you in 2 weeks.
Judy's Blog May 14, 2019
Dance Dance Dance and we sure did.....  
We did a lot of 1 wall walk through's plus the dances that we haven't done for a while: All About That Bass by Gail Dawson, I Close My Eyes by Hazel Pace, Brady of Strabane by Lynne Herman, Down To The Honkytonk by Rick Todd 
Reviewed from last week:
Brand New Friend by Lisa M. Johns-Grose & Donnie Allen
New:  Knockin' Boots by Hana Ries - last week we did Knockin' Boots by Trevor - both great dances.  
Next Class:
Reviewed Smooth Like The Summer by Anne Herd and Fly With Me by The Miranda's, Lonely Blues by Rachael
One Wall Cherry Lips by Suzi Beau, Dig Deep by Tina Argyle, Hey Baby by Larry Bass
Re-Taught - Angel & Corona by Darren Bailey plus - I really enjoy this dance
Just Danced Codigo, Music To My Eyes, Graffiti, Havanna Cha.
At 8:00 we shut the music off and turned off the lights 
Thank you to all for a great night of dancing.  
See you next Monday
Judy's Blog May 8, 2019
Monday dancing is going well.  Beginners that want to do the electric slide, Cupid Shuffle, The Wobble, & more of the easy classic line dances are coming in at 5:00 by 6 we have picked up the level a lot and at 7:15 only the serious line dancers are left and at 8:00 the music has been shut down and we are locking up and going home with happy feet and a brain full of dances.  In other words all levels are covered - if you love to dance -  come join us. 
Some of the dances that we are working on are:  Smooth Like The Summer by Anne Herd, 100% Pure Love by Linda Scott, Music To My  by Derek & Simon, Cherry Lips by Suzi Beau, Knockin' Boots by Cody Flower, Codigo by Pat Stott, Lonely Blues by Madison, Brand New Friend by Lisa M. Johns-Gross & Dennis Allen.  The favorite this week was FLY WITH ME by Doug & Jackie Miranda.  We must have done this dance 4 times throughout the evening. 
Keep on Dancing 
Judy's Blog Apr 29, 2019
April 29th 2019, Fun and interesting evening.  A really neat family of 4 came to class for the first time, 2 sisters, a daughter and granddaughter.  All caught on to the combinations extremely fast and all have great musicality, a teachers dream.  Now to see if the teacher met their expectations?  We will know next week.  
We started with the beginners class at
5:00 - Electric slide, Cupid Shuffle, Ah Si, Suzanne Wilson's Hot Country Girl, Charleston Cha, Ally Cat and Frank Trace's Mamma Maria, We will repeat these dances next week, and add to a new dance.  
6:00 Codigo, Lonely Drum, Keep It Simple, Rocket To The Sun,  I Love A Rainy Night, I've Got Mexico, What Makes You Country,  Whiskey Bridges, Country As Can Be, Music To My Eyes
Review of Rachael's Lonely Blues
New Dances:  John Robinson's Lovin' California & for the more advanced dancers - Hypnotized Cha by Simon Ward
At 8:00 we turned the lights out and had happy tired feet.  
Tap Kats have 3 shows coming up in May.  On the 11th at 2:30 Hartville Alter care , on the 14th Chapel Hill in Canal Fulton at 2:30 and on the 17th at Copley Health Center at 2:00.  Our theme for these shows is Country.  We have been working hard to perfect the routines and have a new costume so we are exciting and thankful for the opportunity  to preform for the residents of these facilities.  

Judy's Blog Apr 09, 2019

We always start with what I call warm up dances and last night was no different. Suzanne Wilson's Hot Country Girl was the lead in dance, Country Bump by Darren, Traces Momma Maria, What Makes You Country by Rob, Traces 3 D and the Majestic, I Love A Rainy Night, Ez Taps by Rosie, sorry Rosie but the song puts us to sleep, we used My Girl the 2nd time and boy did the faces light up. love the dance. Rockin' the wagon wheel, Break on Me by Helen Born - we use Rolling in the Deep for music, Do Wop Be Doo Be Doo, Good Vibes, Cherry Lips, Big Blonde and Beautiful, Groovy Love, Havanna Cha.
New dance was Yes M'am No M'am by Ria Vos. Then we did the best we could to recall Fresh by John Robinson, I think we did good -- now to watch the video and see. It was a fun evening. Thanks to all that came out to dance with me. Without you my life would be so empty.
Do we love to dance of what?

Judy's Blog Apr 02, 2019

We had a visitor with us last night from Pennsylvania and are looking forward to dancing with her for a couple of months. Debra is here in Akron for the next couple of months with her work. We are thankful that she has found us and we will be able to assist her in some of her off work hours. Thank you to Amer, Carol Craven and the internet for assisting Debra in finding us.

Dance! Dance! Dance! That is what we did. We start at 5:30 with the easy dances for warm ups we did Ally Cat, Personality, Rocket To The Sun, NEW DANCE: EZ TAPS, I PROMISE by Rosie Multari,
Reviewed an oldie Break On Me by Helen Born to the music Rolling In The Deep by Adele, K Is For Kicks, Little Red Bood, Come Dance With Me. Whiskey Bridges, Hey Baby by Larry Bass, NEW DANCE - GOOD VIBES BY FRED WHITEHOUSE, Lonely Drum, Cherry Lips, Groovy Love, Havana Cha, Big Blonde & Beautiful, NEW DANCE; ANGEL & CORONA BY Darren, Kate, Guylaine, & Roy. I hope that one stays around for awhile - fun to do.
Well, it is 8 PM and time to go - thanks for a great evening.
Whew - if you weren't there - you missed a good friendship and dancing. Hope you can join us next week.
Come dance with me

Judy's Blog Mar 25, 2019

We still have dancers enjoying the Florida sunshine but I am looking forward to dancing with them on their return in a couple of weeks. Also had a couple out with the flu and sure hope they get well quick. I hear it is Nasty stuff....
The evening started out with a review of last weeks Keep It Simple by Maggie Gallagher, the new dance was Country Bump by Darren Bailey, We have had a fun time with Brady of Strabane - I use the song Irish Spirit for this dance and we dance it contra (lot's of laughs - no looking at the floor - just pure fun), Brought back an oldie Cripple Creek by Kip Sweeny (this dance can also be contra). Then we went a little over board on the oldies - Cruisin', Swamp Thing, Love Me Or Leave Me by Frank Trace, I can't even remember all of them, but I think we all enjoy dancing the oldies. Amazing that all this is stored in our brains and we haven't danced them for years,
Re-taught The Fighter by Neils,, Homesick Heart by Maddison, and Codigo by Pat Stott, 1 wall review of Cherry Lips, Music To My Eyes, Lonely Drum & Hey Baby. Floor fillers Havana Cha & Groovy Love.

If you weren't there - sorry - but we did have a good time and went home with tired happy feet, maybe next week you will be able to join us. Looking forward to dancing with you next Monday, Class starts at 5:30 brand new beginner come in at 5:15 and we will do the electric slide, cupid shuffle and maybe we will wobble a little. Ha Ha!!
Judy Cain Wellington

Judy's Blog Mar 18, 2019

5:30 Class

Rock Around The Clock by Tony Chapman, Keep It Simple by Maggie Gallaher
2nd week for Brady of Strabane & Rocket To The Sun.
6:30 Class
Codigo by Pat Stott, Every Little Honky Tonk Bar by Dee Blansett
2nd week - Cherry Lips by Suzi Beau, Music To My Eyes by Derek Steele & Simon Ward, If I Back It Up by Ira
Come Dance With Us

Judy's Blog Mar 11, 2019

Thank you dancers, fun night for me, It was really great to be back....
5:15 - FOR NEW DANCERS - we did the Electric Slide and Cupid Shuffle.
5:30 - new dance was Brady of Strabane by Lynne Hermann & David Hermann - this is a fun contra Irish dance.
also taught Rocket to the Sun by Maddison Glover , Brought back Personality by unknown we did some 1 walls of The Majestic by Frank Trace, K is for Kicks, Stealing The Best by Rosie, King of the Road by Tina Foster
6:15 - new dance Cherry Lips by Suzi Beau & If I Back It Up Now by Ira & Raymond (I used the song Bobbi With an I) - Review of Homesick Heart by Maddison Glover & Music To My Eyes - Derek & Simon.
Some 1 walls - D.H.S.S. by Gaye Teather Whiskey Bridges by Maddison, Groovy Love by Fred Whithouse &, Havana Cha by Ria Vos
Some of us left tired, some left confused, some left with happy with feet - well maybe all of us left with happy feet.
To dance is to live and to live is to Dance
Judy Cain Wellington

Judy's Blog Mar 08, 2019

Hi Dancers,

First of all let's all take time to pray for Frank Traces recovery from his surgery. Frank is in good health and is a fighter and I have confidence that he will be back and able to dance with us soon. Thank you Louie for keeping us updated, This has to be a very difficult time for you.

I am planning on starting classes back up this Monday, March 11th. My plan is to start classes at 5:30 and will dance until 7:30. As my endurance increases and if interested we could extend the time. At 5:15 - if there is an interest for brand new dancers I will go over the electric slide, cupid shuffle etc. or just go over some basic steps.. Class will start at 5:30.

I have been going over some neat new dances that are out there and have been anxious to share them with you. We will also review Tina Fosters King Of The Road, Country As Can Be, K Is For Kicks, Skinny Genes, Little Red Book, Stroll Along Cha Cha, & Mamma Maria Most of these fun dances should only need a one wall walk through.

The next hour - so many dances - so little time - Sangria Sun by Tina Argyle, Hey Baby by Larry Bass, Whiskey Bridge by Maddison, of course you can just dance Havana Cha, & Groovy Love, & there were a couple of really good dances that we didn't have the chance to be able to dance them without checking the step sheets that we will go over.

If there are any dances that you would like for me to break down please text or e-mail me - give me at least 2 days to prepare for them.
Thanks so much for your patience. Hope to see you Monday.

Judy's Blog Mar 03, 2019

Hi all,
Next weekend --- don't forget to turn your clocks ahead. Spring is on it's way.... Yea!!!!
Allergies and leg are still not allowing me to start back to dancing. I start therapy this Tuesday and the Doctor has asked me to give it 2 weeks and then he said I should know rather it will help or not. I don't even want to think the not part. I miss dancing - a lot, and all of you too. Have a good week.

If I have left someone out I am sorry. Please pass the word along. A couple of the addresses I have are bouncing back at me.

Think Spring and Keep dancing..


Judy's Blog Feb 18, 2019

Hi Dancers,
Doctor released me today so if your Mondays are open come dance with me. This week at 5:00 to 5:15 I will be doing party dances, Electric Slide, Cupid Shuffle, etc. Then at 5:15 we will progress throughout the evening. Since this is my first week back please be patient with me. I am pretty sure I can last for 2 hours and maybe a little more - then will just put music on to practice and will plan on increasing each week, I will be teaching a couple of new dances but will be reviewing some of the ones we were working on in November and December. . If you have any request - now is the time. Please tell everyone to come dance with us.
Anxious to get back to dancing with you

Judy's Blog Dec 16, 2018

Hi Line Dancers,
So very sorry but I cannot have class this Monday. As some of you know my hip has been bothering me, and while coming down the steps here at home it gave out completely and now am not able to put weight on it. I am sure it is pulled, stretched, torn muscles that just need to rest so hopefully by the time I am healed from the upcoming surgery the hip will be healed and I will be ready to dance again. Thank you so much for for patience with me. I will e-mail all as soon as I will be able to. I am so very sorry if I have missed anyone.

I wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

Dance for me,
Judy Cain Wellington

Judy's Blog Dec 5, 2018

Thank you all for a fun class this week. I had a great time and I sure hope you did too.
New dances taught were: Snowflake Twist by Jessica Simpson, Snappy Walk by Judy Cain, Flobie Slide by Flo Cook,I Don't Need EZ by Amy Christian, Oh Me Oh My OH by Rob Fowler, review - Graffiti by Karl-Harry Winson,
Some of the dances we went over through the evening were: Heavenly Waltz (done contra), Music To My Eyes by Simon & Derek, Dancing In The Dark by Jo music we used was Stand By Me by Michael Bolton, What Makes You Country by Rob Holley, Honky Tonk Highway by Kelly, Hey Baby! by Larry Bass, Sangria Sun by Tina, 3D by Frank Trace,
The last half hour of class we just put some music on and some did familiar line dances while others practiced West cost swing.
Thank you all for coming out and dancing with me. Only 2 more classes left this year.
See ya on Monday

Judy's Blog Nov 13, 2018

Class was sooooo much fun this week. New dances taught over the past 2 weeks were: 5;00 CLASS - Time To Take A Smoke Break by Conrad Farnham, an oldie from Jo Thompson called Dancing In The Dark, I used the song Stand By Me by Michael Bolton, Rock Around The Clock by Tony Chapman
6:00 Class: Thank You by Tina Argyle, Little Country Race by Niels Poulsen, and Music To My Eyes by Scott Blevens & Derek Steele (Good waltz - flows well)
7:00 class working on Graffiti by Karl-Harry Winson - steps are nice and match the music if it weren't for the tags and restarts I would share this dance with the 6:00 class It is a really nice dance and worth the effort it has taken to learn it.

Class loves and looks really good dancing Groovy Love by Fred W, Daniel T. and Jonas D. , Lie To Me & Dirty both dances choreographed by Raymond Sarlemijn,

Remember only 3 classes left until the holidays and then we will closed for a couple of months.
Come Dance With Me

Judy's Blog Nov 13, 2018
TAP KATS - we did 2 shows this past couple of weeks and very well I might add.  We have 2 Christmas shows in December  Always a treat to get out the Christmas music and costumes.   I never tire of Christmas music - now the Hallmark television channel is questionable - thinking I have seen most of them 5 to 10 times - but guess what since I enjoy the season I still watch them. 
We welcomed some new dancers last night and we did a lot of the very basic classic dances.  Brought back an oldie Crash and Burn by Gail Smith, next class worked on Hey Baby by Larry Bass fun dance, Groovy Love, new dance  I Don't Need It EZ by Amy Christian, reviewed - Short Skirt Weather, Dirty, Ain't Too Coo, Sangria Sun, Thank You, Havana Cha, Lie To Me, New Jill Babinec's 24 Reasons .
Stay healthy and keep on dancing.
See you next week

Judy's Blog Oct 15, 2018

Oh what a night. We really dance dance danced.....Started the evening out with Tina Foster's King Of The Road, Lorraine Kurtelia's Yes Sir That's My Baby, Time to Take A smoke Break to A Little Less Action by Toby Keith, Four on The Floor, I Love A Rainy Night,, Second Chance waltz, Stealing the Best, Live, Laugh & Love by Linda Dube to Haven't Stopped Dancing Yet, What Makes You Country by Rob Holley, Little Red Book, Whiskey Bridges, Come Dance With Me, Sangria Sun by Tina, Do Wop Be Doo Be Doo by Gaye Teather, new this week was Ain't Too Cool by Trevor Thorton, Brandon Roman, Branden Swift, Pontoon by Gail Smith, Last weeks new dance Homesick Heart by Maddiso Glover, Lie To Me, Hey Baby by Larry Bass, NEW - Thank You by Tina Argyle, & talk about a struggle Globetrottin' by Daniel Trepat, Simon Ward, & Fred Whitehouse - they look so good on the video such a clean dance but is definitely a challenge.

Next week I promise to go easier. Every now and then I enjoy a challenge too and Globetrottin' was a challenge....
Come Dance With Me

Judy's Blog Oct 15, 2018

Tina Foster's King Of The Road
Frank Traces - 2 new dances, 3D and Down The Road Apiece
Time To Take A Smoke Break by Conrad
Live, Laugh & Love by Linda Dub
Hey Baby! Larry Bass
New Tattoo - Rob Holley
Homesick Heart by Maddison Glover
We dances a lot more dances that that and at the end of class w practices some west coast swing and east coast swing and closed up with the class imp ressing me with there perfection in dancing Groovy Love. Bravo!

Tap Kats have a show on Tuesday Oct 23rd at 1:00 pm at Firestone Sr. Citizens Center. The show will include a variety of acts. Come on out and watch us. Have a great week.

Judy's Blog Oct 08, 2018
I can't tell you how much I look forward to dancing with all of you on Monday nights.  This week we started out with Hot Country Girl by Suzanne Wilson - great warm up dance and then we went to Tina Foster's King Of The Road, Frank Traces's 3D (Dance Disco dance), Monster Mash by by Terri Lineberry, Better When I'm Dancin', Baby but I used the song Play That Country Music, oldie Bullfrog On A Log, Sangria Sun by Tina Argyle, American Kids, Crank It Up by Thornton,  Love Flows by Neils, Groovy Love,  I get Chills by Amy & john, Get It Right by Maddison Glover, Dream Lover by Daniel Whittaker
New dances - Hey Baby! by Larry Bass & La Fiesta Cubana by Roy, Daniel & Marjana
Then we closed up with some practicing West Coast Swing - talk about fun - love - love to dance.....
Tap Kats have a performance Tuesday Oct 9. 2018 at Briar Creek on Boetler Road at 6:00 pm  Come watch....
Pat Fischer, one of our strong dancers is not going to be able to make the show due to a bad head cold and high temperature.  This is a first for Pat - she is like the mail delivery person, she is there no matter what.   We wish her a speedy recovery.  Next show in 2 weeks at Firestone Senior Center.
Put some spice in your life and get out there and dance...

Judy's Blog Oct 03, 2018

Thank you to all that came out to dance with me on Monday - you are the best.  You made me laugh, and dance until I said uncle.  I sure look forward to Mondays.

Dances that were taught:  New Tattoo by Rob Holley & Pandora by ate Sala, Tina Argyle, & Jamie Barnfield - both I feel are great dances.

Dances reviewed:  3D (Dance Disco Dance) by Frank Trace, Four On The Floor by Joyce Hemphill,

Classic oldies:  Boot Scootin' Boogie, Zydeco Lady, Picnic Polka - all fun dances

Walk throughs:  Sangria Sun, All I Am Is You, September In The Rain, Lie To Me, Doing The Walk, Whiskey Bridges, Lonely Drum, I Close My Eyes, Groovy Love, What Makes You Country and more

We closed class watching Paul & Stephanie, Joe & Theresa doing practicing their West coast Swing all ended with a round of applause. 

Come to my Happy Place and Dance with me


Judy's Blog Sep 18, 2018

Hi Dancers:

NEW DANCES TAUGHT: Monster Mash by Terri Lineberry, Four On The Floor by Joyce Hemphill, September In The Rain, 3 D (Dance Disco Dance) by Frank Trace ( great dance), All I Am Is You by Julia Werzel

5:00 started out slow and easy with Ms. Jody's Thang, Lipstick Powder and Paint, This & That, K is For Kicks, Little Red Book, Pontoon, Drinkin' Problem, Ab-Na Na Honey I'm Good,
As you can tell things got a little more difficult: All About That Bass, Ex's and Oh's, Groovy Love, Whiskey Bridges, Sangria Sun by Tina Argyle

See you next Monday for more challenges for you and me..
Come Dance With Me

REVIEWS: I Get Chills by Amy Christian & Jon Dembiec, Lie To Me by Mikolas Jose, Doing The Walk by Pim

Judy's Blog Sep 18, 2018

Last night's class was a whole lot of fun for me and I hope everyone that came in had plenty of good dancing.

New dances taught were: Love Flow by Niels Poulsen, Auto-Moves bu Judy Cain, One Night At A Time by Kitty Russell, Ab-Na Na Honey I'm Good by Annemaree Sleeth, I Get Chills by Amy Christian & Jon Dembiec, Silver Wings by John Robinson & Jo Thompson Symanski, Honky Tonk Highway by Kelly Cavalliaro, What Makes You Country by Rob Holley, my new favorite Sangria Sun by Tina Argyle, brought back Ex's and Oh's by Amy Glass and Groovy Love by Fred, Daniel & Jonas. Did a lot of 1 wall walk through's and so many more daces that I would have liked to go over but not sure what I ran out of - time or energy.
To be continued next Monday - won't you join us?

Judy's Blog Sep 11, 2018

Hi Dancers,
New dances this week were fun, if you missed class we will review them next week. The easiest was Sangria Sun by Tina Argule - we danced this 3 times - I know there are many dances out there to Blake Shelton's song but please try Tina's. I hope you will like it - betting most dancers will enjoy Sangria Sun. Another new dance called Honky Tonk Highway by Kelly Cavallaro, was a fun dance. Brought back 2 oldies - Skinny Genes and Honey Pie. Then we dove right into the intermediate dances and we learned Gary O'Reilly's Double Whiskey and Love Is The Name by Alison Johnstone and many - not so sure about this dance the dance is good just the music doesn't make me want to dance. Sometimes it takes a couple of weeks and I do like this one enough to give it another try. The oldie brought back was Gypsy Queen and we never get tired of dancing Frank Traces Love Me Or Leave Me.
Have a great weekend - hope you will find someplace to dance and I look forward to sharing new dances with you on Monday. We start with the easier dances at 5 and the level picks up as the evening goes on. Usually around 6 we start on the improvers and 7 is the intermediate/advanced.
Come Dance with us,
Judy Cain Wellington

Judy's Blog Aug 28, 2018

Hi dancers,
Just a note to remind everyone that there will be no class next Monday due to it being a holiday.
We went over a lot of dances last evening and the new teaches were:
5:00 class - One Night At a Time by Kitty Russell, and reviewed Back On Texas Time by Gail Dawson
6:00 Class - All I Am Is You by Julia Wetzel, reviewed - Hello Dolly by Lorraine Kurtela, Groovy Love by
Fred Whithouse plus, Can't Take It Away by Kathy Brown, & 1159 by Rachael
7:00 That's How Much I Love You by Daniel Trepat & Rob Fowler, Stitches by Amy Glass, Dive Right In by Will Craig, and third week for Second Time Around (and now I like it).
See you in two weeks - Have a safe holiday. Then.......
Come Dance With Me
Judy Cain Wellington

Judy's Blog Aug 06, 2018

Tonight's classes were fun - fun - fun....Even with the high temperatures out side we all came in wanting to dance and boy did we dance. Did a lot of reviews in the 5:00 class but the new dances were: Yes Sir That's My Baby by Lorraine Kurtela,, What Makes You Country by Rob Holley, In the first class we had fun with 2 contra dances - Heavenly Waltz and Blue Rose Is.

Picking up the level of dances a little. at 6:00. new dance was Back On Texas Time by Gail Dawson, Brought back a good old Goin' Ham by Trevor Thorton along with Ganeen, Lonely Drum, American Kids, Havana Cha and more
7:00 and still dancing New dance Groovy Love by Fre Whitehouse Daniel Trepat, & Jonas Dahlgren - check out the last 4 counts of the dance - pretty cool. Reviewed Lie To Me by Raymond Sarlemijn, Dive Right In by Will Craig the oldie for the night was Simplememte by Kate Sala..
I hope you enjoyed the evening as much as I did. See you next week

Judy's Blog July 31, 2018

Tonight's class was really fun for me.  Kinda a slow starting a few of the regulars were absent and then who walks in but Theresa and 2 of my Mothers students - we go back many years ago - in fact - Maria and my daughter, Kim were in their first dance recital together in 1959 or 1960.  Just a couple of years ago - right??  I wish my Mother were still with me she would have enjoyed watching Maria dance, she is loaded with grace, personality and rhythm and looks beautiful.  Maria is married and lives in Argentina but comes home to Massillon Ohio every summer to spend time with her elderly father.  She is a good person.  In fact as she was leaving she said to be it is good to come back to your roots. 
Dances done this evening were:  warmed up with a 24 count - choreographer unknown dance called Cab Driver, K Is For Kicks, Country As Can Be y Suzanne Wilson, Let's Groove by Anne Herd (used the song Zero To Crazy), Just A Two Steppin' by Jo , Texas Two-Step by Micaella, Whiskey Bridges by Maddison, It Ain't My Fault by Brandon, Seduced by Ira & new dance was an oldie - King Of The Road by Pedro & Jo, My Mother My Teacher My Friend by Ira, Havana Cha by Ria, new dance Lie To Me by Raymond Sarlemijn (they like it - yea - and so did I), Get It Right by Mddison (not sure I will ever get the tags and restarts right), Doing The Walk Of Shame by Pim (we are getting better on this one), Dive Right In by Will Craig - beautiful waltz bu not for the beginner.  Then they requested Dance Above The Rainbows and Champagne Promise - then our feet said good night.  and a good night it was.  Thanks to all that came out to dance.  As Clint Eastwood would have said - You Made My Day.  See you at 5 next Monday.

Judy's Blog July 24, 2018

Tap Kats have a show this Wednesday at Pleasant Point Assistant Living in Barberton Ohio. k We will be short on dancers, We have one out from having back surgery, another had a slight stroke last wee and we sure wish her the speediest recovery, another had kidney stones blasted last week, Bev is flying off to a Granddaughters wedding and one that is dancing but she is in serious water ski national competition.  If you can see between the lines that we are all old that you are so right.  We don't want to rust so we are going to keep on dancing.
Last night was a comfortable class - humidity not as high - and fun & exercise for all.
1st hour we dance Bottle It Up by Gloria Johnson, Just A Two Steppin' by Norman Gifford and  Jo Thompson Szymanski, Stealing The Best by Rosie, Lipstick, Powder and Paint by Stephen Ruttler, Texas Two-Step by Micaela Svensson Erlandisson, Love Lifted Me by Roger Neff, Time To Take A Heart Break by Conrad, Once agai the hit of the evening I Close My Eyes by Hazel Pace,  Broken Stones by Dee Musk, Class really likes this one too - Get It Right by Maddison Glover, My Mother My Teacher My Friend by Ira,  Whiskey Bridge by Maddison, Havana Cha y Tia Vos, The King and I by Karl, Doing Th Walk by Pim &, Working on - Lie To Me by Raymond Sarlemijn
Keep on Dancing and hope next week you can Come Dance With Me.

Judy's Blog July 17, 2018

Thanks to all that came out to dance last night - it was a hot one. Looking forward to a little cooler days - like in the 80's will be good.
The evening started out with warming up to Suzanne Wilson's Hot Country Girl, Bottle It Up by Gloria Johnson, Frank Traces Majestic, Stealing The Best, not necessary to only use Irish music - it is a cha cha) Little Rumba by Donna Laurin, Chicken Truck by Rick Todd, Texas Two-Step by Micaela
New Dances taught - I Close My Eyes by Hazel Price - I predict this this dance is going to be a real keeper, Get It Right by Maddison Glover Dance goes well with the music.
One wall walk through's - Put It On Me by Cody, The King and I by Karl, American Kids by Randy, Lonely Drum by Darren Mitchell, My Mother My Teacher My Friend by Ira
All in all a good evening and I Close My Eyes was the big hit for the night - danced it 3 or 4 times.
Next week I had request to r teach Dive Right In and Doing The Walk and I might through in 1159 but as you know I am a Woman and can change my mind but today?????
Let's keep on dancing

Judy's Blog July 10, 2018

Yesterday was my birthday and I would like to thank all that came out to celebrate and dance with me. You are very much appreciated. Geri put together a surprise for me - lot's of beautiful big and delicious cupcakes, puzzles and loved the cards. If you weren't there last night too bad but come out next Monday and learn some new dances with us.

Dances we did last night were: Smooth Like Summer by Lynn Card, Let's Groove by Anne Herd - used the song Zero To Crazy, Texas Two-Step by Micaela Svensson Erlandsson, Fun In The Sun by Frank Trace, and a lot of reviews in the 5:00 class.
In the 6:00 class we had requests to review My Mother My Teacher My Friend by Ira, The Most Beautiful Girl by Niels, Dirty by Raymond Sarlemijn, The King and I by Karl-Harry Winston, Blessed, Champagne Promise by Tina, Dive Right In by Will Craig, Then I pulled out a real oldie - Toes by Rachael.

As the old song goes - Oh What A Night - thank you all - I had a good time and I hope you did too. See you next week.

Judy's Blog July 02, 2018

Thank you to all those that came out in all the heat to dance Monday night - you are the best.
Started out with a great warm up dance by Suzanne Wilson called Hot Country Girl, Moving on to some oldies and goodies and a few newbys too, Little Rumba, Bottle It Up by Gloria Johnson, Dance With Me Tonight by Jamie Marshall, I've Got Mexico by Roger Neff, K Is for Kicks by Christopher Gonzalez, Pitbull by Micaela, Break On Me by Helen Born,, I Love A Rainy Night, Chicken Truck by Rick Todd, Time To Take A Heart Break by Conrad Farnham,
New contra dance that was fun - Smooth Like The Summer by Lynn Card and The King And I is by Karl Harry Winson - a little challenging because of the tags and 1 restat but they loved the music and really showed an interest in learning this dance.
Whiskey Bridges by Madison Glover,, Come My Teacher My Friend by Ira, @ The Hop by Carmel Hutchinson
If that wasn't enough I introduced Dive Right In by Will Craig - love this waltz
Have a safe holiday. I look forward to dancing with you again next Monday.
Come on out and Dance With Me

Judy's Blog Jun 26, 2018

Wow, all I can say is thank you to all those that came out and danced with me.  You are the best....  We are scheduled to dance this coming Monday but watch for an e-mail - if the temperature goes up to 100 we may cancel.  In the low 90's we are good but above 95 - nah!!!!!  

5:00 class is growing and fun - this class is definitely not a beginner class - but we do stay with the easier 32 count dances,  New dance this week was Time To Take A Heart Break by Conrad Farnham, Reviewing dances were:  I've Got Mexico by Roger Neff, Pitbull by Micaela Svensson Erandsson, Dance With e Tonight by Jamie Marshall, K Is For Kicks, by Christopher Gonzalez and Country As Can Be by Suzanne Wilson, The Majestic by Frank Trace, Bottle It Up by Gloria Johnson
6:00 plus - new dance - Born To Love by Rob Holley, Review dances:  My Mother My Teacher My Friend by Ira, Whiskey Bridges by Maddison Glover, Dirty by Raymond Sarlemjin, It Ain't My Fault by Brandon Zahorsky, Rio by Diana Lowery, Havana Cha by Ria Vos, Champagne Promise by Tina Argyle, Lonely Drum by Darren  Mitchell
After all that we pulled some really oldies out of the hat - Sold, Bubba Shot the Jukebox and more but by that time my feet were happily burning and my brain was used up. 
Special thanks to Tina Foster last season for teaching us Champagne Promise and much thanks to Suzanne Wilson for sharing what she is teaching in Florida - love her suggestions! 
Looking forward to dancing with you again on Monday.
Judy's Blog Jun 20, 2018
This has been a hot week of dancing - whew!!!!.
Thank you to all that came out to dance on Monday .  Some of the dances we did in the 5:00 class were
Ah Si by Rita Masur, The Majestic by Trace, Dance With Me Tonight by Jamie Marshall, Country As A Boy Can Be by Suzanne Wilson, K Is for Kicks by Christopher Gonzales, Chicken Truck by Rick Todd
6:00 class:  You and Me In The Country by May Lou Crowe, Lonely Drum by Darren Mitchell, It Ain't My Fault by Brandon Zahorsky, Whiskey Bridges by Maddison Glover, The Picnic Polka by David Paden, French Girl Shuffle by Knox Rhine, Now Or Never by Kathy Hunyadi and the new one was Dirty by Raymond Sarlemjin.
Tap class on Tuesday was good - we did a lot of reviews - getting ready for a show on July 25th at Pleasant Point in Barberton
Happy Dancing
Judy's Blog Jun 15, 2018
Class in Akron OH on Monday went really good.  We went over a lot of the dances that were done at rank Trace's workshop to name a few:  Pitbull by Micaela Erlandsson; Dance With Me Tonight by Jamie Marshall; Lonely Drum Darren Mitchell; My Mother My Teacher My Friend by Ira Weisburd, I've Got Mexico by Roger Neff, Whiskey Bridges by Maddison Glover, A Complete Change by Caro Emerald, Havana Cha by Ria Vos, Doing the Walk by Pim Van Grootel, Jef Camps, & Roy Verdonk, Champagne Promise by Tina Argyle & Jill Babinec's Never Let You Go. 
See you Monday for more good line dancing.
Tap Kat's had a performance on Tuesday at Brimfield Altercare.  Bev kept them rehearing all winter and I am so very proud of  all of them.  Thank you Bev...
Judy's Blog May 28, 2018

1st class back in Akron: It was a great night of dancing. In trying to prepare for Frank Trace's workshop this weekend we went over a lot of the dances that he suggested. Of course there wasn't time to do them all but here is how the evening went.
5:00 we had a couple of new dancers so we started out with Electric Slide and the Cupid Shuffle and everyone already new those so that made my job a lot easier. From there we went to Cab Driver - choreographer unknown - this dance is very popular in Florida, next we did 2 of Suzanne Wilson's dances - Hot Country Girl and Country As Can Be, Cowboy Charleston, then to Frank Trace's Mamma Maria & Smells Like Trouble To Me, Ruben Luna's Ipanema Girl and our new dance was Let's Groove by Anne Herd - when this dance was taught in Florida they used the song Zero To Crazy and so did I.
6:00 - Now we are getting down to the nitty gritty - we started out with The Bomp ( they all forgot it awwww) , Rockin' The Wagon Wheel, K Is for Kicks by Christopher Gonzalez ( this is a fun dance), Ain't My Fault by Brandon Zahorsky (love the song), Little Red Book, new to the class A Complete Change by Niels Poulsen (really like the song and the dance goes with it perfect), Drinkin' Problem by Darren Bailey, also new was Whiskey Bridges by Maddison Glover ( great job by this young choreographer, Lonely Drum by Darren Mitchell,
7:00 - Champaign Promise by Tina Argyle, Blessed by Jackie Miranda, Havana Cha by Ria Vos and the new one Doing The Walk by Pim, Jef & Roy.
I now have very tired but happy feet. Thank you to all that came out to dance with me tonight - I had a good time and I hope you did too. More to come next week -

Judy Cain Wellington

 Judy's Blog May 28, 2018

Hi Line Dancers:
Time to start up classes again. I have some real neat dances to share with you. Monday's schedule will be 5:00 - beginners , 5:45 will pick up our level, 7;00 really pick up the level and have fun at the same time - class over 7:45, sometimes we might dance until 8 or a little after.

Come on out to 6075 Manchester Road on Monday June 6th and Let's Dance!!!!
Spread the word..

 Judy's Blog Dec 02, 2017
Hi dancers,

We will be dancing again this Monday Dec 4, 2017 and next week too Dec 11, 2017. 5:00 starts with the easier fun dances and will, progress as the evening goes on and we will dance until 7:15 or 7:30. If you missed last week we started off with Hot Country Girl by Suzanne Wilson, Just A Two Steppin', Bullfrog On A Log, If I Was You and for the new dances we did Jingle My Bells by Junghye Yoon, Drinkin' Problem by Darren Bailey,
At 6:00 our new dance was People Are Good by Gary O'Reilly, reviewed Put It On Me, The Most Beautiful Girl, Blessed & Silver Wings
Hope you can dance with us this Monday.

 Judy's Blog Nov 6, 2017

Dances taught this week:  Silver Wings, Jo Thompson Szymanski & John Robinson and Oh Mama Hey by Guyton Mundy & Jo Thompson Szymanski.  It was a fun night - with the cold weather the class was ready to warm up with lots of dancing.
Judy's Blog Oct 23, 2017

Thank you to those that attended class Monday. I hope you had as good a time as I did. New dances taught were:
Got A Hole In My Pocket - Rosie Multari and Jo Thompson Szymanski - we used the old song Trashy Woman and did this dance contra and had so many laughs.

HONKY TONK HIGHWAY - Kelly Cavallaro - Great dance - ope to see this one climb the charts

BEAUTIFUL WONDERFUL - Theresa - great job reviewing this beautiful dance, Geri. Beth, Jim & you looked as good as the pros dancing.

Looking forward to dancing with you next Monday.




Line Dance Information:

Mondays 6-8:00 PM 
Price: $5.00 (for one or both classes)
Beginner class Monday 6:00 - 7:00 pm
Intermediate class Monday 7:00 - 8:00 pm

Open practice dance 
Thursday 6:30 - 9:00 pm (Currently on hold - Call to confirm)
Price: $5.00

Our dance studio is located at:
Manchester Administrative Building
6075 Manchester Road, Suite 24 (2nd Floor)
Akron Ohio