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Line Dancing at Broken Hill Police and Community Youth Club (PCYC)
A fantastic way to socialise and keep fit!
Monday & Friday 10am to 12pm
Tuesday Evening 7pm to 9pm
About Line Dancing:
While dance in the United States has a long history, back to the dance of early European settlers, line dance climbed into bed with country music when Billy Ray Cyrus wrote Achy Breaky Heart in 1992.
A clever marketing trick, Melanie Greenwood's dance was written to promote the song. Five years later and Achy Breaky Heart has snowballed into the biggest dance craze ever, line dancing choreographed to country music.
Not the legacy of bold frontier settlers with the American Dream in their hearts, but an ingenious ploy to sell records. Enjoyable, straightforward to learn and not requiring a partner, line dance was bound to spread.
First Visit $5.50
Second Visit $4.50
Third Visit $3.50
All participants must be club members
Who should attend:
Sessions are open to everyone.
How to get there:
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