Joan Walton Virtual Gathering

Sadly, we will not be able to hold our planned 2020 waltz weekend with Joan Walton in March this year.

But, we have worked with Joan to plan a virtual dance gathering on Saturday, March 13, 2021. There is no required change for the event, but if you wish to make a donation to support the event, it would be very much appreciated. We miss our dance friends and hope you hope you will join us!

Registration is now open (and free): Click here to resister

About the Virtual Gathering

Via Zoom, Joan will lead us in her acclaimed warm-ups, she will teach line dances, give a presentation, and more. We look forward to all!

Tentative Virtual Gathering Schedule

March 13
Gathering Opens12:30 - 1:00 ET
  informal conversations and technical assistance

Joan Walton Instruction:

1:00 - 3:00 ET
1:00 - 1:30 ET: Joan Walton Warm-Ups
1:30 - 2:00 ET: Swing Line Dance
  2:00 - 2:15 ET: Break (optional practice time)
  2:15 - 2:45 ET: Tango Line Dance
  2:45 - 3:00 ET: Break (optional practice time)


3:00 - 3:15 ET
  How do we bring people back to dance safely?
  - in what order? how quickly? masks? vaccines? temperature readings?

Joan Walton Instruction:

3:15 - 3:40 ET
3:15 - 400 ET: Waltz Line Dance with practice

Joan Walton Presentation:
4:00 - 5:00 ET

  Dance: A Percussive History

Optional chatting with friends

5:00 - ? ET
Zoom breakout rooms provided upon request

About Joan Walton

Joan Walton

Regularly invited to teach dance workshops in such places as St. Petersburg and Moscow, Russia, as well as numerous cities in the US, Joan Walton is both a nationally and internationally acclaimed dance teacher and choreographer. Her energetic, focused teaching, theatrical choreographies, and morning warmups have become well known to dancers over the years.  She has the ability to communicate movement concepts with energy, humor and interest.  

Joan holds a Master’s degree in Dance Education from Stanford University’s top-ranked School of Education.  Along with free-lancing around the world, she currently teaches numerous dance at San Jose State University.

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Registration will open on or before March 1. No payment is required, but donations will be greatly appreciated.

Optional Donation

For optional online donations, we use an online service provider called Stripe which uses most stringent level of certification available in the online payments industry. You may donate with almost any credit or debit card or electronic funds transfer from your bank. Alternatively, you may simply mail us a check via the US Postal Service by sending a check made out to "Lexington Vintage Dance" to:
Lexington Vintage Dance
c/o Jan Pearce
3477 Scaffold Cane Rd.

Berea, KY 40403

Contact Us

If you have any questions, please contact Jan Pearce:

Jan Pearce
3477 Scaffold Cane Rd

Berea, KY 40403

(859) 813-0956

You can also visit the Lexington Vintage Dance's homepage to learn more about upcoming events