Line Dancing - Highton Senior Citizens Club
Highton Senior Citizens Club 84 Barrabool Road
Highton VIC 3216
Ph: 03 5244 2258

LINE DANCING REPORT

Due to the Coronaviris all Line Dancing Classes have been cancelled until further notice. This does not mean that we stay home and do nothing. Put on some happy music and dance around the house or outside in the sunshine to keep fit. Try to remember some of your favourite dances and give them a try and giggle if you cannot remember the steps. Laugh lots and stay active!!

This is a very difficult time for everyone so make the most of your time at home.

Clean out a cupboard. Tidy up some messy drawers. Garden and weed or just sit in the sun and read a good book. Ring up a friend and chat or ring up an elderly person to make sure they are ok. It will hopefully soon be over and we will be back getting out and about and dancing out little legs off once again.

STAY SAFE EVERYONE !!!


WHY DO WE ATTEND ?

"I have a great time-exercise good.

I have a great time since I started and a very good teacher we have.

I love line dancing and socializing with all the lovely friends and have a cuppa.

I love the exercise to music, and it is good for the brain as well.

Love the friendship. Good for the brain and the body. It's nice to be with other people , a fun day out.

Enjoy the company!"

DON'T for DANCERS

Don't imagine you will never make a dancer, because by nature you are clumsy.

Don't say you are too tired to dance.

Don't say you can't afford to dance although you love it .

Don't say your dancing days are over.

Don't think you need a dance partner.

Don't be too shy to dance.

Don't stay away from a dance if you are feeling glum. Dancing will cure any ordinary fit of the blues.

Come along to HIGHTON LINE DANCING

You are most welcome!!!

HALL FLOOR has been resurfaced , now no shoes sticking to the floor !

NEW AUDIO and SPEAKER has been installed

 

 

A group of happy line dancers who performed at the club concert.

THE DIVERSITY OF OUR HAPPY LINE DANCERS

1 Looked after injured wildlife at Ballyang Sanctuary for 7 years, injured swansx22, birdsx14, koala, countless ducks, all taken to the Vet, rehabilitated and returned -very rewarding.

2 Came from Singapore 28 years ago. Started dancing in 1996 at Highton with a nice teacher and dancers.

3 Hailed from Orbost, Donald and now in Geelong. Have been line dancing for 21 years.Worked for Campbells Soups and Target.

4 Studied nursing in England and nursed for 40 years. Continue Ballroom dancing and line dancing.

5 Came from Holland 62 years ago, better in Australia as it is the Lucky Country.

6 Nude modelling for life drawing art classes for the last 8 years.

7 Travelled a lot. Cleaned 2 houses a day.

8 Looked after foster kids.

9 Worked 37 years with PMG, telephonist, supervisor, custom service advisor and retail shop. Enjoy photography, making photo books on the computer, looking after grandchildren as well as gardening.

10 Came from the Wimmera, noticed that since all the rain and the Wimmera River flooded, there was now water running into lake Hindmarsh for the first time in many years. The lake is just north of Japarit and a great place to visit.

 

New and experienced dancers are always welcome to attend. You will definitely be welcomed by our strong, happy group.

 

Highton Senior Citizens Club

 

Would like to hear some stories from any of our line dancers.

 

Learner Classes:
Start each TERM.

Learners:
9am-10am Monday 9am-10am Tuesday

Beginner to
Easy-Intermediate: 10am-12pm Monday 10am-12pm Tuesday 10:30am-12:30pm Friday

 

Telephone

  • Teacher: Margaret Young 5277 0015
  • Les Young (Monday, Tuesday Learners)