April 2, 2019
The all-familiar smiley face emoji is no match to the joy I felt at YF Fundraiser Saturday evening. Cloggers from Plymouth UCC’s Wednesday easy and intermediate level classes shared two routines: Except for Monday by Lorrie Morgan and Treasure by Bruno Mars. Lorrie and Bruno provided the music, but the cloggers rocked the house! Coffee House that is!
I cannot thank Plymouth UCC enough for blessing me with space each Wednesday evening to embrace my passion: clog dancing. I am honored and excited to share this form of dance with all of you. Plymouth UCC is offering another beginner class starting 6 pm Wednesday, April 9. You can do this:
Free classes, free shoes, free parking! What have you got to lose? Questions? Email or call me, I would LOVE to tell you more!
The word “clog” means “time” in Gaelic. Clogging is a North American folk dance that originated in the Appalachian Mountains. Irish, Scottish, English, Dutch and Germans who settled there in the mid-1700s all played a role in shaping this great form of dance which now enjoys widespread popularity throughout the United States and around the world.Subscribe