Aoibhneas (EEV-nass) “This Irish 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 […]

Look alive and join us for our St. Patrick’s Day dance in two weeks! While we typically dance English Country, we will tip our cabbie to the Irish by wearing green and orange, and dancing to an Irish tune or two. Will we see you on… March 16th St. Mark’s Lutheran School […]

We wood love to have you join us at our Not-A-Valentine’s-Day dance on February 9th. If you’d like to brush up on your dancing skills before the event, follow the links for instructions and videos. Pssst! Don’t worry, learning the dances prior to the event is not necessary. We always […]

Guess what! Our annual Not-A-Valentine’s-Day Dance is next Friday. Will you be joining us next week on… February 9th St. Mark Lutheran School Gym, 1821 N. 90th St 6:45pm beginner’s class Dancing starts at 7pm and ends at 9:15pm Drinks provided Cost to attend is $3 for ages 14 and under, […]

Our next dance is in two weeks! Put on something blue, and join us on January 19th at 7:00pm. Below is the dance card for the evening. Grab a mug of cider and review the dances (click the links for instructions and videos) if you feel so inclined. (psst! Don’t […]

As we look forward to the new year, we see a dozen or-so public dances, including a few balls, we look forward to new dances, new memories, and new faces. We met many new dancers in 2017, especially at the annual Fezziwig Ball. Thank you to all who made it […]

We hope you’ll be joining us on Friday, November 10th for our annual Veteran’s Day Dance. Feel free to don on 40’s attire, including uniforms, if you so desire. This is the last dance of the year before our Festive Fezziwig Ball, so if you would like to brush up […]

Q: “Wait, is the Veteran’s Day Dance a costumed event?” Short answer: Nope. Long answer: Yep. Confusing? Let us explain. While we generally keep costumes limited to our formal events (like the Hobbit Ball in September, and our upcoming Fezziwig Ball) we do like to make an exception for our Veteran’s Day Dance. Now, […]