Cambridge Social Dance Program
Using dances (line, disco, ballroom and more), we empower children to develop their social skills and confidence through eye contact, posture, first impressions, conversation, respect, and etiquette.
This program runs during the school year.
The program runs from 4:15 PM - 5:30 PM on Monday nights from April 3rd - May 15th.
Ages: 10 to 13.
- Specific dates
Please register by or before 8PM on March 31st in order to participate!
This 6-week program costs $205 for your first child, and $105 for additional children in the same family.
- In-person only.
145 Brattle Street
Cambridge, MA 02138
After a three year break due to the pandemic, the Greater Boston Social Dance Program is beginning again in Cambridge. The social dance program is a series of classes that helps children develop social skills in formal and informal settings. By learning and more importantly, practicing their social etiquette, our students walk away with great confidence by knowing what to do, not only in the ballroom, but in all situations in life. Students will learn the importance of a firm handshake, eye contact, posture, confidence, making a good first impression, standing as a sign of respect, everyday etiquette tips, escorting and seating partners and the importance of conversation. All of these skills are taught through Ballroom Dancing. Students will learn a variety of Ballroom and line dances including Fox Trot, Swing, Slap Leather, Disco and many more.
This uplifting and fun program has a long-standing tradition for youth aged 10-13 years old and has provided essential life skills to numerous generations of children. In 2029, we will be celebrating our centennial, 100 years of providing this essential training for our youth. Over nine-decades tens of thousands of students have participated. The social values learned such as the importance of being courteous, kind and polite to each other using dancing as the means of learning good manners.