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Blue Mountains Heritage Dancers
7-9pm, Wednesdays, Wentworth Falls

By Patrick Harte
Posted Friday, January 1, 2010

Blue Mountains Heritage Dancers welcome everyone interested in traditional Australian dance.

Aim of the group
Blue Mountains Heritage Dancers are a non-profit group set up to share the dances our great grandparents had fun with, and to provide a space and social atmosphere for regular dance workshops on the mountains, with a view of

  • promoting Australian traditional dance,
  • performing in public (always optional) at community events,
  • demonstrating dances at bush dances
  • hosting dances, including Annual Colonial Balls and working up to running monthly dances.
We model ourselves on the style of the Wongawilli Colonial Dancers of the Southern Highlands. Our aim is to have fun - we focus on traditional accuracy but not at the expense of enjoyment.

Wentworth Falls School of Arts (front hall)
217 -219 Great Western Highway
Wentworth Falls (cnr Adele Ave.)

7-9pm, Wednesdays

We dance every Wednesday during school terms.

Caroline or 0439 314 948
Patrick email or 0412 786 988

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Blue Mountains Heritage Dancers
The Blue Mountains Heritage Dancers take inspiration from the Wongawilli Colonial Dancers