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Tapestry Folkdance Center creates opportunities for participation in the joys of dance and music from around the world.

Creating opportunities for particpating in the joys of dance and music from around the world.

Creating opportunities for particpating in the joys of dance and music from around the world.

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Bottled Water on the Floor PDF Print E-mail
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Bottled water is the only beverage allowed on the dance floor. We want everyone to stay hydrated while dancing. You may use our kitchenette and commons area to eat a snack or drink any non-alcoholic beverages. We only ask that you clean up after you are finished.
 
What Shoes Should I Wear? PDF Print E-mail
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The decision of which type of dancing shoe is best is really up to the individual. It also depends on what type of dancing you’re going to be doing. As a general rule of thumb, for the best support, nothing beats the running shoe. But if you’re going to be doing a dance with a lot of pivoting, you’re going to want something with a smooth leather sole, such as a bowling shoe, to get the right kind of traction. If you're an experienced dancer and insist on wearing heels, try to make sure they're thick heels as a spiky heel will damage our dance floor and may well damage you! 

To protect the dance floor, we do not allow tap shoes or clogging shoes to be used.

 
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