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Dance Trance 2014 - Lexington KY - Contra Dance Weekend

Featuring
The Latter Day Lizards with guests Stuart Kenney and Mark Hellenberg
and Lisa Greenleaf calling

About Schedule Location Registration Housing Volunteers Notes

  
 

About Dance Trance

Dance Trance 2014 is full with 154 women and 132 men. Sunday ONLY of Dance Trance 2014 will be open with a charge of $20.

Dance Trance 2014, 6-8 June 2014 (first weekend in June for 2014), will feature The Latter Day Lizards (Dave Langford, Bill Tomczak, and Peter Barnes, with guests Stuart Kenney and Mark Hellenberg) and Lisa Greenleaf calling. Sound will be set up by Tony Hernandez. Dance Trance 2014 flyer PDF includes registration information. For more information call Michael French at 859-552-5433.

Dance Trance is held at Morton Middle School, 1225 Tates Creek Rd, Lexington KY.

Dance Trance 2014 is the 19th annual Dance Trance. It is produced by the Lexington Traditional Dance Association. See Dance Trance and Swing Shift archive for past performers.

Email addresses here have "@" replaced by "_at_".

This web site will be updated as more information becomes available. Send updates to the LTDA board or Cary Ravitz.







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Preliminary Schedule for 2014

This schedule will be updated as new information is available.

Friday, June 6, 2014

8:00p-11:30p - contra dance with Lisa Greenleaf and The Latter Day Lizards

Saturday, June 7, 2014

  Morton Gym Morton Foyer Morton Classroom Barbara Ann's Upstairs Barbara Ann's Downstairs
9:45a - 11:00a Workshop - Waltz
leaders - Barbara Ramlow and Michael French
band - Ben and Mary Collins Burns
    Workshop - Contra Flourishes
leader - Diane Silver
band - Tom Cunningham and Dianna Davis
Yoga
leaders - Kerri and Dan Vantreese
11:15a - 12:30p Workshop - Hambo
leaders - Richard King and Fran Belvin
band - Al White and Elise Melrood
  Workshop - How to Teach a Dance
leader - Lisa Greenleaf
Workshop - Be a Desirable Dance Partner
leader - Diane Silver
band - Tom Cunningham and Dianna Davis
Workshop - Flatfooting
leader - Paul Anderegg
12:30p - 1:30p Recorded Music Drum Circle
leaders - Joyce Thomas and Jaki Wilsun

Bring a drum if you can, or use one of ours.
     
1:30p - 3:00p Couples Dance
band - Al White and Elise Melrood
Musicians Jam Session
leaders - The Latter Day Lizards
  English Country Dance
caller - Terry Terry
band - Perry County Ramblers
 
3:15p - 5:15p Contra Dance
caller - Cary Ravitz
band - Illegal Contraband
       


Lunch is on your own.


7:00p-7:45p - couples dance
8:00p-11:30p - contra dance with Lisa Greenleaf and The Latter Day Lizards
12:00a-2:00a - contra dance with open calling coordinated by Janet Bertog and open band led by Cary Ravitz

Sunday, June 8, 2014

10:30a-11:45a - waltz with Ben and Mary Collins Burns
12:00p-3:00p - contra dance with Lisa Greenleaf and The Latter Day Lizards






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Location

We dance at Morton Middle School, 1225 Tates Creek Rd, Lexington KY.

From the North on I-75 or West on I-64

I-75 South merges with I-64 East. Take exit 115 and turn right on Newtown Pk (towards Lexington). Turn left on Main St (monument business on the right). Main St splits into Vine St going Southeast, stay to the right. When Vine St ends, turn right on Main St / Richmond Rd. Turn right on Ashland Ave (Donatos Pizza on the right). Turn left on High St (Starbucks is across/left). High St curves to the right, go through the shopping area, and look for Morton Middle School on the left. (High St becomes Tates Creek Rd.)

From the West on Bluegrass Parkway

Take Versailles Rd into Lexington. This becomes High St, then veers right to become Maxwell, and then merges into High St again. Pass Starbucks on the right. High St curves to the right, go through the shopping area, and look for Morton Middle School on the left. (High St becomes Tates Creek Rd.)

From the East on I-64

Exit to I-75 South. Take exit 110 and turn right on Winchester Rd. After passing McDonalds on the left, Winchester veers left and becomes Midland Ave. Turn left on Main St (bronze horses on the right). Turn right on Ashland Ave (Donatos Pizza on the right). Turn left on High St (Starbucks is across/left). High St curves to the right, go through the shopping area, and look for Morton Middle School on the left. (High St becomes Tates Creek Rd.)

From the South on I-75

Take I-75 exit 104 and turn left on Richmond Rd (to Lexington). After passing under New Circle Rd go through a tree-lined residential area with a grass median. Turn left on Ashland Ave (Marathon on the right). Turn left on High St (Starbucks is across/left). High St curves to the right, go through the shopping area, and look for Morton Middle School on the left. (High St becomes Tates Creek Rd.)







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Registration

Dance Trance 2014 flyer PDF includes registration information. Call Michael French at 859-552-5433 if you have questions.







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Housing

Hosting - Some of our local dancers will be offering sleeping bag space (and occasionally, actual beds) on a first-to-request / first-served basis. There is usually a waiting list. To request a homestay, email Ginny Taylor - dancetrance2014_at_yahoo.com . If you would like to be housed with your travel companions, please give us the total number of people and their names. Also, please indicate any special requests (non-smoking, smoking, pet allergies, etc.). We will attempt to accommodate your needs. Housing requests must be received with registration at least a month in advance of Dance Trance.

Camping - Is available at Kentucky Horse Park, 4089 Iron Works Pk, 859-259-4257. This is just off I-75 North of Lexington, about a 25 minute drive from Dance Trance.

Motels -
These motels/hotels are a 10-15 minute drive from Morton Middle School.
- Campbell House Inn Suites, 1375 Harrodsburg Rd, 800-354-9235 (in KY 800-432-9254)
- Home Suites, 2753 Richmond Rd, 859-269-4999
- University Inn Motel, 1229 S Limestone, 866-881-9676

These motels/hotels offer special rates -
- Clarion Hotel, 1950 Newtown Pk, 888-390-4918, "Dance Trance 2014" rate $79







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Volunteers

We need a lot of volunteers to make Dance Trance run smoothly. If you'd like to contribute some time and energy, we'd love to have you join us. And we need hosts for our out-of-town guests. Take a look at the tasks below, and, if you are interested, please let us know - email Steve Workman - steve.workman_at_uky.edu .

Hosting - A wonderful tradition in the contra dance community is that people offer their homes for out-of-town dancers. This may mean a bed, but often, it means just offering enough space on the floor for someone to lay their sleeping bag. It also provides an opportunity to get to know our guests. If you are willing to be a host, please contact Ginny Taylor - dancetrance2014_at_yahoo.com .

Decorations - We don't just make a dance floor available, we create a magical ambiance! The decoration team will come early and make that happen. If you'd like to lend a hand, contact Jackie Wilsun - wilsundance_at_yahoo.com .

Facilities - The logistics of providing rooms, sound equipment, chairs, etcetera, goes to the Facilities coordinator and crew. Email Steve Workman steve.workman_at_uky.edu .

Registration - This involves greeting, registering, and buttoning our guests. Registration will be on-going throughout the weekend. For more information, please contact Michael French - chenfrm_at_gmail.com .

Food - We're known for our great food, particularly the dessert break on Saturday night. If this sounds like your cup of tea, contact Callie Paddock - cbpaddock_at_yahoo.com .

Lighting - contact Richard King - richard.king_at_kctcs.edu .

Publicity - email Nora Warman - ncwarman52_at_yahoo.com .







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Notes

Please reference this page as dancetrance.ltda.ws .

This page is maintained by Cary Ravitz for the Lexington Traditional Dance Association .

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