Here comes our 25th Annual Ho-ho-hoedown at Rockin Horse Dance Barn on Friday. We will be celebrating our Class Party & Potluck, Dave’s Birthday (that’s me) and Christmas with our 25th Annual Ho-ho-hoedown. You can expect a great turnout this night. Dave Serfling will be teaching Nightclub 2-Step at 7pm so please join us for the whole evening. There will be our potluck at 8:30pm (please bring an item to share), Raffle drawings and door prizes.
I love December as most of you know. It’s my birthday month and I wait all year long for it. I try to celebrate as much as possible this time of year. Night gets to its longest in December and it tends to feel the coldest and dampest so I like to celebrate it with indoor dancing and parties.
Are you looking for a place to go dancing after celebrating the holiday with your family or friends? Been cooped up all day?
Join us for a fun, casual evening of dancing and socializing at the Rockin’ Horse Dance Barn. You can bring snacks or treats to share and add to the festivities.
There is no pre-dance lesson this night. So come a little earlier and get your dance on! This dance has been going on for a number of years now and is very successful. You would be surprised to see how many people love to dance as often as they can, EVEN on Christmas. We look forward to seeing you too.
Variety of Music:
Country, Swing, Ballroom, Nightclub, Top 40, Latin and Line Dancing
Partners & Singles of all skill levels 18 and over.
Practice what you are learning in classes or just come have fun.
Smoke & Alcohol-Free!
Large 4,000 sq.ft. Hardwood Dance Floor!
Lots of Free Onsite Parking!
What Should I Wear?
Casual to Smart Casual
Saturdays can vary every week depending on who comes and what mood people are in.
Men are in black jeans or dark slacks and nice shirts.
Women wear jeans, skirts and dresses.
If the night has a dress code that will be noted in the advertising.
For example we have a Halloween Dance, Red & White Ball, Holiday Ball, Christmas Dance or New Year’s Eve Dance.
I want to Learn How to Dance in Seattle. Despite being an outgoing person, I’ve never danced a step in my life. Up until this point it hasn’t posed too much of a problem for me, but in the last couple of months I have been seeing a girl who grew up on the dance floor. Every weekend she tries to persuade me to come out dancing, and every weekend I have to devise another lame excuse to hide my fear.
I’ve finally decided to swallow my pride and endeavor to learn how to dance in Seattle. Luckily, I was able to find a place nearby my house in Renton that virtually always has a class going. This has allowed me to work the dance instruction into my schedule, and this weekend I think I may even test my skills at a real club.