We dance most first, third, and fifth Fridays (see schedule for details).
We always dance to live music. All ages and experience levels welcome. No partner needed.
Contra Dance at The Ballroom Academy of Columbia, 3910 Peachtree Dr. (faces Monterey Dr.), Columbia, MO 65203
English Country Dance at Trinity Presbyterian Church 1600 Rollins Road.
7:30–10:30 pm (beginners’ lesson at 7:00)
Admission $8.00 ($5.00 for ages 16–25 or with student ID; free for children 15 and under)
Category Archives: Community Dance
Going through Spring Breakdown dancing withdrawal?* Here’s a dance opportunity in Hermann! Harvest Table restaurant in Hermann is having another dance on Friday, March 24, 2017. Starting time around 7:00, but come earlier to make sure you get some of … Continue reading
Enjoy a bonus dance this weekend! The Blackberry Pickers will be playing for a dance on Saturday at Harvest Table, a restaurant in Hermann. The band, from Hermann and the St Louis area, includes Kathryn Render on banjo and fiddle, Ronnie Schuppan … Continue reading
The MMTD fall season of dancing kicks off with two dance opportunities this weekend! Our regular contra dance season starts on Friday, September 16 at the Ballroom Academy of Columbia. We’ll be dancing to the lively music of the 32 … Continue reading
MMTD has been invited to participate in the Columbia Parks & Rec’s Family Fun Festivals Around the World Celebration this Wednesday, August 17. We’ve been asked to dance with some of the families for an hour some time between 6-8 … Continue reading
Join the Mid-Missouri Traditional Dancers as we listen and dance to Missouri master fiddlers Travis Inman and H.K. Silvey at the Jefferson Landing State Historic site in Jefferson City, MO. They will be joined by their apprentices and guitarists (including … Continue reading
We’ve had a change from the scheduled band for this Friday’s English Country Dance. We’ll be enjoying dancing to the music of the Deylight Country Dance Orchestra, with Clara Dey on fiddle, Cabe Dey on guitar, and Marcie McGuire on keyboards, fine musicians all! Veteran callers … Continue reading