If you clog already
Hillbillies Clubs, Levels & Prices:
Both clubs have similar format, the level starts easy and gets harder as the night goes on. There is a combination of practice, general social dancing and teaching.
The program is adjusted, to try to include about one hour of the dancing targeted at each experience level in attendance that day. We encourage all dancers to stay for the whole dance. This way they get a good warm up, followed by some learning at their level, plus time to enjoy dancing routines previously learnt. Usually there are about 4 levels of dancer in attendance over the 2.5 hours of club. The levels therefore overlap, the warm up for one level being the new hard routines for another.
After a new beginners intake, the first hour is dedicated to the new beginners. As time goes on beginners stay later and later, and the level boundaries become less defined.
When there are no beginners the main dance starts at the time the beginners would have started..
You can stay for just your level, or the whole night, no extra charge. None of our clubs have joining fees.
Class times are as follows:Thursdays
War Memorial Community Hall, Lofberg Rd, West Pymble, 7.30pm to 10pm
1st Hurstville Grove Scout Hall, East Crescent, Near Hurstville Ave, Hurstville Grove, 7.30pm to 9.30pm
Useful tips taken from our club newsletters:
Hillbillies Cue Sheets
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Old Cue Sheets
|I Could Love a Man Like That||I Could Love a Man Like That|
|Be My Lover||Be My lover|