Irish Dance is very unique. England made it illegal to dance in Ireland, during the dark days. They defined dancing as jumping up and down and waving your arms and hands around. Well, you know the Irish – “rules are made to be broken”. Irish Dancers stand in one place and do not move their hands from their side. You’ve got to be in great shape to do this. Scottish Dancers were not limited by the same English rule.
Our Dance Stage, located near The Snug, will offer Irish Dance and Scottish Dance.
|Saturday, August 27||12:30-1:15 pm||Central Illinois Irish Dancers|
|Saturday, August 27||1:30-2:15 pm||St. Andrews Society of Celtic Dancers of Central Illinois|
|Saturday, August 27||2:30-3:15 pm||Central Illinois Irish Dancers|
|Saturday, August 27||3:30-4:15 pm||St. Andrews Society of Celtic Dancers of Central Illinois|
|Saturday, August 27||4:30-5:15 pm||Flynn School of Irish Dance|
|Saturday, August 27||5:30-6:15 pm||Danielle Enblom-Sean Nos Dance/ Workshop|
|Saturday, August 27||6:30-7:15 pm||Byrne Brothers|
|Sunday, August 28||12:30-1:15 pm||Flynn School of Irish Dance|
|Sunday, August 28||1:30-2:15 pm||Thistle and Heather Highland Dancers|
|Sunday, August 28||2:30-3:15 pm||Danielle Enblom-Sean Nos Dance/ Workshop|
|Sunday, August 28||3:30-4:15 pm||Thistle and Heather Highland Dancers|
|Sunday, August 28||4:30-5:15 pm||Rachel Auperle|