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Brand New Dance Classes, just confirmed!

Join us next Thursday night, at the Bright Side Opportunity Center, in Lancaster, PA for some great line dancing fun. Lessons start at 6:00 pm, with some open dancing afterwards. Fun for the entire family. Admission is $10.00 per person, $5.00 for 12 and younger. Don't have any experience line dancing, no worries. That's what we do, we will train you. For a flyer please click here. If you have any questions, please feel free to e-mail us or give us a call. We'd love to see you on the dance floor!

 

Join us Friday night, starting June 3, 2022, at the Golden Connections Community Center, in Red Lion, PA for some great line dancing fun. Lessons start at 7:00 pm, with some open dancing afterwards. Fun for the entire family. Admission is $5.00 per person and benefits the Golden Connections Community Center. Don't have any experience line dancing, no worries. That's what we do, we will train you. For a flyer please click here. If you have any questions, please feel free to e-mail us or give us a call. We'd love to see you on the dance floor!

8 Week Beginner Line Dance Class - NOW FORMING!
Join us from May 4 - June 29, 2022, for a brand new "beginner's" line dance class. This class will be held at the Regent's Glen Golf Course in York, PA. Registration is required to take class, so mark your calendar, complete the registration form and get ready to learn some of the hottest dances hitting the dance floor. For more information, please feel free to contact me or give me a call at 717-319-5514. We hope to see you out on the dance floor, soon!

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PLAN A GREAT WEDDING RECEPTION

   by Jack Fahey
We all know how important a good DJ is to a successful wedding reception, especially one that your guests and family will be talking about for years to come.

The DJ’s duties for the four to six hours of your reception are
Acting as the Master of Ceremonies:
Introduction of the Bride and Groom
Introduction of the Bridal Party and Families
Parent Dances
Cake Cutting
Garter and Bouquet Toss
Special Announcements & Dances
Playing Continuous Music
Keeping your scheduled events in order
Maintaining the musical entertainment of your choice
Keep the wedding reception running smoothly

The music played for your reception can fall into four major catagories:

Ceremony Music – Cocktail Hour – Dinner Music – Dance and celebration time

They are all important and should be carefully chosen by the Bride and Groom, always taking recommendations from the DJ.

As a DJ Wedding Professional of twenty years, I find that many DJ’s fall short in keeping Dinner music fun, entertaining and appropriate. Too many DJ’s place a CD like “Kenny G” or “Frank Sinatra” on and “take a break”, not really tending to the party! They have an attitude that “they are only eating dinner”. This period of time is an opportunity to reflect on both families ethnic heritage, recall of fond memories of school days, birthdays, anniversaries and special dances between all family members.

My point is that during your special day, no opportunity should be missed in providing your party with the most professional and emotional entertainment. Here at Dare 2 Dance Productions, we agree with Jack and provide you with the exact professionalism that Jack talks about in his article. This day is about you and the celebration of your new life together, let’s make it a memory of a lifetime!

Congratulations and Good Luck!

Michael W. Diven
Dare 2 Dance Productions