After a month’s break, we’re ready to jump into summer with our annual Junebug dance. June is that wonderful month when the flower gardens fade away, and the produce patches start to make themselves known. The heat rises, the cicadas chirp in the warm evenings, and the junebugs come out to play […]

Put on something cool and casual and join us for our annual junebug dance on June 9th St. Mark Lutheran School Gym, 1821 N. 90th St   6:30pm beginner’s class Dancing starts at 7pm and ends at 9:15pm Drinks provided Cost to attend is $3 for ages 14 and under, $5 […]

The Literary Ball is this week! We hope you’re making the final tweaks to your costume, putting your book by the door (don’t forget it!), and maybe even taking a few minutes to scroll through our dances for the evening. One thing that makes our balls special: Our very own live band Hole […]

We here at Old Dominion are so excited to host our second-annual Literary Ball! We hope that this post will give you some inspiration and spark your creativity with regards to your costumed-attire for the evening of April 7th. *psst* If you’re wondering what a literary ball is, check out this post. What […]

We here at Old Dominion Dance were very excited last year, to announce an entirely new theme for our April Ball, which is coming up fast on Friday, April 7th. In the past, we had hosted a Titanic Era ball, which was a delight. However, the modern American tends to […]

Please join us for our second annual Literary Ball. Come dressed as your favorite character from your book of choice (fiction or non-fiction). Last year was a delight, as nearly everyone came in costume. We met Lucy Pevensie (and her twin!), Mr. McGregor and his crew, Anne Shirley, and at least one […]

Aoibhneas (EEV-nass) “This word generally refers to the joy we feel from external things such as music, song, scenery and good weather.” Well, while we can’t make any promises about Nebraska’s weather in March, or guarantee that the scenery will be particularly pleasurable (unless you truly delight in snow, or brown trees […]

Not an Irishman. At least, not by birth, anyway. Kidnapped at age 16 by a group of Irish raiders, Patrick was enslaved until he was able to escape, 6 years later. Eventually, Patrick, went back to Hiberniae (What is now modern-day Ireland) to preach the gospel as a missionary. Nowadays, folks celebrate St. Patty’s […]

For those of you who like quizzes, here’s one for you: What do we here at Old Dominion love most? a. Chocolate b. Live music c. Calling a dance d. Intermission e. None of the above Comment below with your answer! (If you answered “e. None of the Above,” please […]