WELCOME TO THE SILVER SPURRS WEBSITE
Come join Gail & Harry the "SILVER SPURRS" to learn classic and new line dances to the latest country music. With 39 combined years of dancing experience, it's our pleasure to introduce new people to line dancing. We are committed to excellence in country line dancing instructions. In addition to our regularly scheduled dance classes, we are a mobile DJ and dance instructor team available for private parties, group lessons and corporate functions.
We are ASCAP & BMI licensed and insured for your special events.
No dance experience, two left feet? No Problem!!! You will be able to get on the dance floor at any country dance hall at the completion of our classes.
We'll also give you tips about "survival" on the dance floor. Please browse our site for information and links. Check back often as we add more features, photos, step sheets and youtube video links. Always check the events calendar for dates of interest to you. Thanks Gail & Harry
We should consider every day lost on which we have not danced at least once
Country Line Dancing at "Rhythms of the Night" in Manville NJ
Friday Nights now through Dec. 27th
The American Diabetes Association classes have ended
Please call Beth Clark at 609-577-4577 for the next ADA Event
New for Fall 2013
American Legion Post 414 and Slackwood Fire Company dance classes are pending.
Information for the American Legion please call Denny Tramontana at 609-571-8233
Information for the Slackwood Fire Company please call Judy Gernhart 609-203-0995
You must register and sign the release form before participating in these dance classes
South Brunswick Fall 2013
New Registration Information and class schedule is posted in our
Dance Class Schedules 2013 link
South Brunswick Brochure:
Read the Fall 2013 Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary Howling Reporter newsletter and
the Spring 2013 American Prairie Reserve eNEWSLETTER & NEWS ALERT,
click their links under Our Favorite Links.
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