Friday, September 07, 2018

West End and Powderly Branch Libraries Offering Free Adult Line Dance Classes

Move Over and Let Me Dance at West End Library

What: Adult line dance classes
When and Where: 12:00–1:00 p.m. Tuesdays through November 2018 at West End Branch Library12:00–1:00 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays every week at Powderly Branch Library

George Mauldin first gained a skill for dancing while growing up as a teenager in his hometown of Selma, Alabama. Now 72, Mauldin is sharing his talents with adults in Birmingham who desire to join the line dance craze.

On September 4 Mauldin kicked off a 12-week series of free adult line dance lessons at the West End Library. On Tuesdays through the end of October, Mauldin is teaching dance steps for popular line dances such as The Wobble, the Electric Slide, and the Cupid Shuffle.

George Mauldin’s class is open to patrons of all ages, including novices who have never participated in line dances but desire to learn. Mauldin is owner of Birmingham’s GEM DJ Services and plays music for weekly line dance classes at Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church in Birmingham.

“Line dancing is a great way to stay in shape and make new friends,” Mauldin said.

For more information about Mauldin’s dance class, call 205-226-4089.

Senior Line Dance Class at Powderly Library

In addition to the class at the West End Library, BPL has offered a popular line dance class for seniors the past two years at the Powderly Branch Library. For details, call Powderly Library at 205-925-6178. You can find more information about these classes and other BPL programs by clicking on the events calendar at www.bplonline.org.

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