The Flourishing Well is delighted to announce our next workshop as part of the MIDDAS (Music – Inspiration – Dance – Drumming – Art – Song) wellbeing project.
We welcome LoAnne Keilloh for an afternoon of Line Dancing.
Sunday 26th February | 2pm – 4pm
Venue: St Cyrus Public Hall, Main Road, St Cyrus, DD10 0BA
Afternoon refreshments and cakes from Gemma's Cake Design is included.
A bit about LoAnne:
LoAnne started Line Dancing at the age of 16 after her Mum took it up and instantly fell in love with the music and the moves. She attended classes 4 nights a week helping and her love for Line Dancing continued as she found larger Line Dance communities. LoAnne was asked to teach Line Dancing at various venues around Edinburgh, that continued for years attending special events and festivals.
She runs weekly classes in Brechin, Friockheim and Arbroath. She has had the honour of dancing at various day events, galas and charities. It has led her to being asked to write a line dance for a friend who released an album of self penned country songs.
“Line dancing and the line dance community are a wonderfully important part of my life and I can't wait to share art of it with you.” LoAnne
£2.50 x 25 Fully funded tickets (booking fee only)
£5 X 20 Help self - Help others tickets
Please choose the ticket option that best suits your circumstances. We are very grateful to receive the full investment of £5 for this workshop for anyone not experiencing financial hardship, as your £5 gets paid forward within our charity to help support others with their wellbeing.
Tickets for our workshops are very popular. Please only book in advance if you are 100% committed to joining us on the day, but if illness or emergency prevents you from turning up, do let us know asap at email@example.com so we can offer your place to those on the waiting list.
Please keep a look out for more events from our MIDDAS (Music – Inspiration – Dance – Drumming – Art – Song) wellbeing project within the next few months. We are very grateful to Inspiring Scotland's ‘Ideas into Action Rural communities Fund’ for awarding us funding for these sessions.