August 31, 2018 ( PR Submission Site ) USA Dance is about to hold a national dancing event on September 8th, 2018 with the specific theme of 70’s, 80’s, and 90’s dance. This monthly dancing event is held to get more people to join this dance club.
USA Dance #5056 will hold a monthly dancing event on September 8th, 2018. For this occasion, USA Dance uses a special theme of 70’s, 80’s, and 90’s dance. The event will start at 6.30 – 9.30 pm at Oklahoma City University (OCU). Those who want to join in the dancing event should come to the Great Hall Room at Tom & Brenda McDaniel “University Center” Building at the given time. To join the event, the participants should pay admission fee: $5 for the member of USA Dance, $5 for college and high school students, $10 non-members and guests, while the professional ballroom dancers can join in the dancing event for free. Due to the theme, all of the participants should wear outfits that suit the given theme.
The USA Dance is the National Governing Body for Dancesport located in Oklahoma. This old-school dance comes with the specific mission to improve both the quality of the ballroom dance and the number of the dancers. This is a non-profit organization with approximately 19,000 members spread across the US. Thus, for note, the upcoming dancing event is not aimed to raise funds, but the regular monthly event only. The purpose of this monthly dancing event is to get more people to join in the USA Dance.
“Great way to learn, and practice all levels of dancing. Nice social atmosphere members willing to help you learn,” Dan D, member of USA Dance.
At times I think my presence on the dance floor is just to drive my coach to the edge and back again! We just enjoy Ballroom Dance as well as many other activities!” said Monty Savage, another member of USA Dance.
USA Dance is the National Governing Body for Dancesport headquartered in Oklahoma. It now has more than 160 chapters across the country. The USA Dance is also appointed as representatives for all recreational and social ballrooms and Latin Dancers in the United States. It has more than 19,000 members ranging from pre-schoolers to seniors. With the national mission to improve the quality and quantity of ballroom dancing in the USA, the dance club supports WDSF to make dancesport is officially accepted in the Olympic Games. For group lesson and more info about the USA Dance, please feel free to visit http://centralokusadance.org/.
Dr. Daryl D. Green
Phone number: 405.455.6717