The Society of Folk Dance Historians (SFDH)
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Information: During the Seattle Skandia Springdans Northwest camp, you’ll learn dances "from the ground up," tutored by friendly and funny teachers who love teaching.
You'll dance in the Meeting House, built in the 1800s and restored to include a fine oak floor.
Registration is limited to 80 dancers and 20 musicians. Dancers should have one to two years experience with Scandinavian turning dances. They aim for lead-follow balance in dance classes, and instructors will ask you to change partners often.
Springdans, sponsored by the Skandia Folkdance Society Seattle, takes place at the unique and unforgettable Seabeck Conference Center, located on Hood Canal in Washington state in April.
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