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Dancing Feet Club

Dancing Feet Club line dancers performed bachata, coco jambo and waltz before a live audience at the group’s social ballroom dancing event on March 27.

According to Richard Powers, an instructor at Stanford University’s Dance Division, “The only physical activity to offer protection against dementia was frequent dancing. . . . Dancing integrates several brain functions at once—kinesthetic, rational, musical and emotional—further increasing neural connectivity.” Anyone who might feel that way or just enjoys dancing is invited to join the Dancing Feet Club. Members are taught new dances thoroughly until they are confident enough to test their skills by performing at monthly dance events.

In Clubhouse 2, the club hosts line dance classes on Mondays from 7-9 p.m., as well as a social dance the fourth Sunday of each month from 6-10 p.m. Everyone is welcome to dress to impress. Snacks are permitted, but alcoholic drinks are not. All events are free. For more information, text Ed Bolos at (551) 998-4223.

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