October 12, 19 & 26
The Foxtrot is a classic dance with a long-stride step put to 4/4 music. Foxtrot earned its name from Vaudeville actor Harry Fox, and became an iconic dance in the early half of the 1900’s. It is in the same family as the Waltz, and borrows inspiration from the Tango, with simple charm and flowing steps put to energetic big-band music.
Find Your Footing in a Comfortable Environment
Whether you’ve always dreamed of learning ballroom dance or just want to polish your style and add new moves to your repertoire, our instructors at Jackson School of the Arts will help you meet your goals while feeling comfortable and confident.
We strive to provide a vibrant, but relaxed atmosphere to help you become the dancer you’ve always dreamed of becoming (or at least a better dancer!)
Don’t worry if you’ve never danced before or think you have two left feet. We have the experience to get you past feeling awkward and into feeling great about dancing!
- Who: Both couples and singles are welcome. We will ensure that all singles have a dance partner. Ages 18 +.
- When: Tuesday Evenings from 7:15 to 8:15 — see schedule below for dates for each dance style
- Cost: $42 per couple / $21 individual per three-night monthly session
- What To Wear: Clothes and shoes you can dance the night away in comfortably. If you’re learning to dance for a wedding, you might want to break the shoes in that you plan to wear at the reception during the lessons.
Each of our group ballroom lessons take place in a series of three nights for one hour each lesson.
In order to ensure class availability, please register one week in advance.