New And Online in Anchorage
- Strictly Swing
Strictly Swing monthly Swing Dance at the Anchorage Senior Center, 1300 East 19th St. $5. Lesson 7-8, DJ’d Dance from 8 to 11 pm. Music for East & West Coast Swing, Lindy Hop and Swing related Dances. [More Info] [Map]
- Beyond Basics WCS
Beginning WCS lessons at Pioneer School House with Liv & Van from 7:00PM to 8:00PM every Monday. Lessons are on the 2d floor. $7.00/Person. [More Info] [Map]
- Swing n Salsa with Nellee
Beginning ECS lessons at Buckner Fitness Center with Nellee & Bobby from 7:00PM to 9:00PM every Tuesday. Free. [More Info]
- Beginning & Beyond w/ J&J
Beginning WCS lessons at Flight Deck with Jim & Jennon from 7:00PM to 8:00PM every Thursday. $7.00/Person. [More Info]
- Beyond Basics Swing n Salsa
Beginning ECS lessons at The Moose Lodge with Nellee & Bobby from 7:00PM to 8:00PM every Thursday. $7.00/Person. [More Info]
- Beyond Basics w/ J&J
Beginning WCS lessons at Flight Deck with Jim & Jennon from 8:00PM to 9:00PM every Thursday. $7.00/Person. [More Info]
- Strictly Swing
Beginning Lindy lessons at Anchrage Senior Center from 7:00PM to 8:00PM on the third Friday of the month. Part of Strictly Swing's monthly dance at $5.00/Person. [More Info] [Map]
- See some pictures of some swing dancing taken by Clancy Derrick.
- See some pictures
of some of the swing dancing at the Bear Paw Festival Sat. July 10th.
(pictures by Jeff Medkeff)
- Can you spot the Anchorage swing dancers in this
Orange County, CA picture gallery?
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Did You Know...
The term "jitterbug" originally was a slang term for a person who was real heavy
on "jittersauce" (which is slang for alcohol). The term was then later applied to
Lindy Hop dancers and Lindy Hop itself. By the 1950s, the term was being used to
describe East Coast Swing -- which had replaced the Lindy Hop as the "in" dance.