Dance List for Club Night 3 September 2019

Kyneton & District Old Time Dance Club

An Old Time Country Dance – Featuring Dances Most People Love

Program for Tuesday Sep. 03, 2019

Music: JNB Productions

Swing Waltz (O/T)

Tango 44

Irene Waltz (O/T)

Killarney Waltz (O/T

Banyan Blues

Mayfair Quickstep

Serenade Waltz (O/T)

Sally Ann Cha Cha

DICK’S RAFFLE

Waltz Caroline (Slow)

Festival Glide

Emmerdale Modern Waltz (Slow

Carousel Schottische

Maxina

Charmaine Schottische

Gypsy Tap

(H) Joyette Schottische

Hucklebuck

SUPPER DANCE

Georgella Quickstep

SUPPLEMENTARY DANCES

Pride of Erin Waltz (O/T)

Parma Waltz (O/T)

Rock ‘n’ Roll Waltz

Evening Three Step

Gala Dance 23 August

Another fabulous night of dance on Friday August 23 for the Gala Night, with Family Rhythm providing a wonderful selection of their music. Mary welcomed about 84 dancers to the evening and MC duties were again shared between Clare, Rod and John. The atmosphere as usual, was fun and friendly. It was great to Norma come along to enjoy the music and support the club even though she is not able to get back dancing just yet. Another delicous supper and sponge cake lovers need to know that that they must move swiftly to secure a piece! And Nerine learned just how tough Yvonne really is when she took over the dishwashing duties. All in all, an entertaining night.

Video for Dementia Patients

Our July 2019 dance had a ‘Christmas in July’ theme, with Santa? and his elf helper dropping in. Rita and Bob provided the music, and as always they got into the mood and took the crowd with them. We had a lot  of fun with them, thankyou Rita and Bob for giving us a great time. 

We had organised to make a DVD of some of our dances in response to a request from a psychiatric doctor at Royal Melbourne Hospital, who had heard of how our Club has introduced a regular dancing hour for dementia patients in the Treetops Program at Kyneton Hospital, which has been very successful  – to the point where they have been asked to do a similar program at Ray M. Begg Aged Care Hostel and also Trentham Hostel for the Aged. These patients are often quite physically healthy and fit, aged about 50-60 upwards, and benefit greatly from being able to dance and sing along to music they remember from the past.                                                                              

We appreciate your assistance in making this DVD. Thanks to Rita and Bob for agreeing to participate in this effort to bring music and dancing to folk who really benefit from it. Also, sincere thanks to those in the club who provide this opportunity to people who are now unable to attend public events, but who get a lot from the chance to go back in memory to the happy evenings they may have had in the past.   

John has finished compiling the DVD and if you would like a copy please contact the club.