Row Well ye Mariners. A favorite mixer of ours, easy and enjoyable. Dressed Ship A pretty dance where the gentlemen “turn the lady under.” Ashford Anniversary We’ve done this dance several times before but people still get confused over the op lady and bottom man switching! Gathering Peascods A circle […]

January 14th. Informal, Faithful Shepherd Pres. Church(FSPC), 165th and Center, 7pm-9pm February 11th. Informal, FSPC, 165th and Center, 7pm-9pm March 11th.  Informal, FSPC, 165th and Center, 7pm-9pm April 9th. Formal(our last formal until the Providential History Festival), in conjunction with our English country dance workshop April 8-9.

Last September OldDD was proud to host a costume dance at a one-of-a-kind event, Omaha’s own Providential History Festival.  I am happy to say we are slated to host a formal dance at the 2011 festival. There is a fee to attend the festival, but for those coming just to the dance there is […]

As we continue to draw in newcomers at our monthly dances, one concept we continue to teach at each dance is progression. If you only ever learn one thing about ECD, learn progression. Without fail at very dance we have a line of dancers thrown into utmost confusion because they […]

Tis the season for reflection and resolution, and I’ve certainly been thinking a lot about the future of OldDD lately. Here are a  few subjects I’d like to throw out there so you all can get an idea of my grand plans for 2011. Music. One goal that stands out as very […]

You’re Invited to Old Dominion Dances January Event January 14th Faithful Shepherd Presbyterian Church(165th and Center) 7pm-9pm This is an informal event. Questions, email me at

The Callers with Ebenezer Scrooge at OldDD’s Christmas Ball. The Fezziwig Ball: Wow. What a great ending to our first year!  For those of you who were there one year ago at our first ever event, you know how far we’ve come in the past year. Our first dance was a […]

The Hop Ground (Emily) A simple dance Yellow Stockings (Jennifer) A good warm-up dance Waves of Tory (Emily) An old dance meant to imitate the waves of the sea. Rakes of Rochester (Jennifer) A simple dance Braes of Dornoch (Emily) A stately dance for three couple sets. Gathering Peascods (Jennifer) […]