Swing of Things: Get Groovy on Halloween

Get in the swing of things this year and celebrate Halloween by learning a spooky new dance and creating a wicked line-up of new traditions. Halloween may look a bit different this year. Adults traditionally are tasked with helping their kids dress up as princesses, unicorns and skeletons. Everyone scarfs down a hurried dinner before… Read More

Roaring 20s Revival: Learn to Foxtrot

As the kids start school and summer ends, brush up on your dance skills and spend quality time with your significant other by helping Fred Astaire Dance Studios revive a dance that took center stage in the 1920s. Donning a flapper-style dress is up to you.   The foxtrot was introduced to the ballroom dance… Read More

Dancing Helps Kids Cope with New Normal

Adding a dance class to your child’s new daily routine can help improve their physical and mental health as the school year begins.   Parents and kids across America are gearing up for what promises to be a unique and challenging school year. While many children will start the year from their dining room tables,… Read More

Keeping Romance Alive Strengthens Relationship

If keeping the spark alive in your marriage has taken a back burner to the demands of children, work and coping with the pandemic, make August the month to step up your game in the romance department. August marks National Romance Month, and it’s a great time for couples to reconnect and focus on their… Read More