Summer Fling Swing 2013, get ready to have a fling with swing!Summer Fling Swing 2013 is sure to be impressive! With 3 days to help you balance your Summer and get a huge load of dancing in with your friends and peers. So, make sure you have a fling this Summer with some SWING and CHARLESTON Dancing.

Details for Summer Fling Swing 2013.

EVENT: Summer Fling Swing Workshop, Movie, Karaoke, Dance Party, Social and Picnic 2013 (SFSWS2013)
LOCATION: Penrith RSL, Hornseywood Hall in the towers function centre (level 2).
ADDRESS: Cnr Tindale and Castlereagh Roads, Penrith, NSW
DATE: Day 1 - Friday, 18th January 2013, Day 2 - Saturday, 19th January 2013 and Day 3 - Sunday, 20th January 2013.
THEME: Roaring 20s, Chicago, Gangsters and Saloon Girls

 

Read more: Summer Fling Swing 2013 - Get Ready to Swing Dance

Lemon Squeezin Daddies Penrith RSL Summer Fling Swing 2013Introducing “Lemon Squeezin' Daddies”
Playing live at Penrith RSL for SUMMER FLING SWING 2013
Saturday, 19th January 2013 from 8pm in the Hornesywood Hall.

Shortly after being formed, the Lemon Squeezin' Daddies won the talent quest at the Australian Blues festival in 2000. They have since been nominated as Best New TALENT for the Chain Awards and have been finalists in the Sydney Blues Society "Blues performer of the year".

Read more: Band Announcement – Lemon Squeezin' Daddies

Reece Mastin perform at the St Mary's Spring festivalOn the 1st September 2012 we attended the St Mary's Spring Festival with the Vintage FM and Today Show crew. The weather could not have been any better. A beautiful, hot and sunny Spring day.

We had a awesome day hanging around the place and demonstrating social dancing of both Rock n Roll and Lindy Hop. We even got to have a dance with Elvis himself. 

Read more: St Mary's Spring Festival 2012

Halloween Rock n Lawn Bowls 2012Time to show us your bowling skills or at least come and learn how to play bowls, so that you can discover a love for something else! I think one of the best things about lawn bowls is that you get back in touch with nature and are able to be in an outdoor environment soaking up some good ol' sunshine and Vitamin D! 

Here is something to help you increase your knowledge of Lawn Bowls before you attend! Lawn Bowls is a sport in which the objective is to roll biased balls so that they stop close to a smaller ball called a "jack" or "kitty". It is played on a pitch which may be flat (for "flat-green bowls") or convex or uneven (for "crown-green bowls"). It is normally played outdoors although there are some indoor venues and the surface is either natural grass, artificial turf, or cotula.

Read more: Halloween Rock n Lawn Bowls 2012

Mark and Gina Borg Born Again Elvis @ Winter Wonderland BallOh what a night! The only disappointment was that the night had to come to an end.

On Saturday, 28th July 2012 the Hornesywood Hall at Penrith RSL (where we hold our Rock n Roll dance classes on Monday night) was filled to capacity with many Moovers N Groovers. The night began with guests being ushered to their tables, followed up by a three course meal served by Maze Catering at Penrith RSL. During the first course a team of Moove N Groove Dancers entertained the crowd with a Lindy Hop performance with an intermission of the leaders dancing whilst the followers were secretly changing and then the big finale with the whole team dancing up a storm to Shake Rattle n Roll.

Read more: Winter Wonderland Ball 2012 - Round Up

We had a great day out at Castle Hill RSL for the Rattle n Hum car show with our students dancing to music provided by Pinky and showing the patrons how much fun Rock n Roll dancing is and how easy it is. Rock n Roll dancing is enjoyed by people of all ages young and old with plenty of bands still around playing 50’s music in local clubs and pubs. 

Sincere thanks to all our Moove 'n' Groove members that came out to support the day with lots of great social dancing, handing out flyers, making friends with others and just supporting such a great cause with funds raised on the day going to Tallowood Special Needs School. We would also like to thank Castle Hill RSL and the organisers that are putting on this fantastic festival that just gets better each year and we look forward to many more!

Read more: Rattle n Hum Car Show 2012

Let's Moove N Groove Dance & DJ are very proud to present a structured Lindy Hop dance class. You do not have to wait for a special workshop in Triple Step, Swing or Lindy Hop. You can enrol now and take the time to learn over a period of 15 weeks.

Read more: DISCOVER and LEARN TO DANCE LINDY HOP

Lets Moove n GrooveOn Saturday, 16th June 2012 we held two (2) workshops and a dance party at Penrith RSL in our favourite room on Level 2 The Hornesywood Hall. Before we give you a summary of the happenings on the day we must sincerely thank Penrith RSL, Maze Catering, Lisa and Jess from the Functions Team and all the staff at the club for always providing a consistently good quality service, being friendly and professional and always taking care of our group. We cannot thank you enough for all that you do and the effort that goes into your food, bar and corporate services. THANK YOU.

Read more: DIPS DROPS & SPINS RECAP

Group photo from Lets Moove n Groove Rock n Roll Road TripFrom our pick up points at Penrith and Castle Hill we officially hit the road to discover the brilliant wine range and experience what the hunter region had to offer. The Road Trip kicked off with another theme being 'Burlesque and Masquarade'. What an awesome sight and what fabulous ideas for things to bring and wear for the theme! Yes yes yes we carried the theme through at our after pyjama party - but that part of the trip will remain a mystery! Once again it was an exciting trip with lots of trivia, games, prizes, give-aways, dancing, awards and making friends with such a wonderful group.

Read more: Hunter Valley Road Trip 2012 - Round Up

The Cha Cha Workshop and Dance Party held on Saturday, 21st April 2012, was very well attended and we thank everyone for your support, attention and engaging participation. We hope you have all been practicing with style, hip action and arms moving in a natural and subtle way generally rhythmically coordinated with the movement of the body. We have summarised some information as covered at the workshop and we hope you will join us again when we re-visit the Cha Cha Cha!

Read more: Cha Cha Workshop Re-cap

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