Senior Center offers Line Dancing classes every Friday morning

Are you ready to show your dance moves to “Boot Scootin Boogie”? Whether you’re an experienced line dancer, or want to learn, the Waushara-Wautoma Senior Center offers a Line Dancing get-together open to any adult.

The Line Dancing is taught by an experienced dancer, who leads the group through many songs each Friday morning 8:30-10 a.m. Toes are tapping and hands are clapping as steps are learned to various country songs. Lots of movement provides great exercise, so a rest break is part of the class. Also, everyone is encouraged to rest whenever they need to, accommodating all physical abilities.

This is a fun, healthy, and rewarding activity, which may improve cardiovascular health, balance, coordination, and even aid in lowering the risk of Alzheimer’s and dementia. Plus, the socialization and meeting new friends is an invaluable bonus.

Remember, all adults are welcome, and you need not be a senior or a member of the Senior Center to participate. There is a nominal fee each week, and no sign-up commitment is necessary—just come on down when the mood strikes.

The classes are every Friday from 8:30 to 10 a.m. at the Waushara-Wautoma Senior Center, W8220 Cottonville Ave. just off Hwy.22. You can call Deb Konczal at the Center for more information at 920-787-2055.