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Posted: Thursday, June 12, 2014 10:19 am

It has been a jam packed couple of weeks at the White Buffalo Saloon. Lead Instructor, Tim Schalch, guided line dancers through an all day work shop with instructors all over the area. Line Dancers went through six hours of instruction of new dances from very beginner to the more advanced style of dances. Needless to say, people were kickin' up their heels and boot scootin' their way to higher skill levels of dancing.

Thursday Night Lessons are also starting to build on the dance floor now that school is out and families are starting to pack the stage. This of course calls for many new dances to keep things fresh at the White Buffalo Saloon. If you were not able to attend the 1st Ever Line Dance Workshop, no worries as the new dances will make their way to the stage in the next few weeks. Here are a list of some of the new dances being brought to Line Dance Central:

*New* Booze Cruise - Intermediate Level danced to Booze Cruise by Blackjack Billy (Choreographed by Donna Manning).

 

*NEW* Kentucky Dirty - Beginner Level danced to Kentucky Dirty by Laura Bell-Bundy (Choreographed by Carol Jensen).

 

Be sure to check out the videos of each lesson as these songs/dances will continue to rock the dance floor with Tim Schalch and ABC 7's Line Dance Central. And remember to always bring your #Countryswag.

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