Learning to swing dance brings with it an unanticipated sense of joy, accomplishment, success, and confidence. Within the dance community there is acceptance, a freedom to express one’s self and to explore new ideas and feelings. Online registration for Omaha’s Jazz & Swing Dance Festival, Cowtown Jamborama, closes Monday night, and the event starts on […]
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View this email Live Music You may have noticed we’ve had a lot more live music to dance to this year. That doesn’t stop as we finish out April and head into May. Tonight there’s live music 1950s Rockabilly at JNO from Ross Kleiner & the Thrill from Minneapolis, MN. $10 admission includes a beginning […]
This week, we’re hosting a Sugar Foot Stomp dedicated to the music of Chick Webb. To mark the occasion, we’ve asked Professor Wondra to write a short bio on this important musician.
Hello my little lindyhoppers! I’ve got some great news for you today. We’re adding some exciting new subscription plans to our existing class offerings. Presently, if you pre-register for a class through Omaha Jitterbugs website, you pay $10 a week per class. This will not change for people interested in just enrolling in a single […]
New Classes Starting Soon. Well, Get It! Omaha Jitterbugs is helping you start 2016 off right with opportunities to make good on your new years resolutions; dance more, stay active, learn something new, & meet new people. Starting this month, we’ve got new classes on Thursdays at A. V. Sorensen Community Center, Fridays at the […]
Swing Dancing this Week. This week we’ve got lots of dancing! We’re kicking it off with Sugar Foot Stomp tonight at the House of Loom beginning at 8pm with DJs Brian Langbehn and Billy Sobczyk playing a tribute to featured artist Louis Armstrong. No cover. 21+. Tomorrow our Spirit of Giving continues with two free […]
Earlier this week I took a short trip to Chicago to visit an art exhibition. I hadn’t been out of the state for about a year. I was quickly reminded of just how easygoing a place Omaha really is. There is nothing wrong with this of course, but it can breed a certain…complacency. From a […]