Darlene Johnson Barnaby
Darlene says Soul Line Dancing is an excellent way to keep physically and mentally active. A graduate of Canarsie High School, she has been teaching beginners through advance urban line dance classes in the Brooklyn area for seven years. She started Brooklyn Groovers five years ago. When Darlene is not dancing, she creates and sells her handcrafted crochet fashions. Check out Darlene’s class schedule.
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VANDALIA SENIOR CENTER
47 Vandalia Ave.,
(between Pennsylvania Ave. & Louisiana Ave.)
Fridays • 10:30am – 11:30am
GERSHWIN JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL*
800 Van Siclen Ave.,
between Linden Blvd. & Stanley Ave.
Thursdays • 6:30pm – 8:30pm
STUYVESANT GARDENS COMMUNITY CENTER
214 Stuyvesant Ave.,
(between Gates Ave. & Monroe St.)
Saturdays • 11am – 1pm
*no dance class if public schools are not in session
Soul Line Dancing: Come for the Fitness. Stay for the Friendships
We all know we should be exercising, but wanting to is a different story. But what if your exercise regimen was the highlight of your week, a chance not just to get active but to see all of your friends?
Harlem Smooth Movers – Harlem Week
It’s a cool September evening in Harlem. The workweek for most people has come to an end. People are making preparations to kick off their weekend.
Why Is Dancing So Good for Your Brain?
Dancers maximize cognitive function and muscle memory through practice.
Ready to Dance?
Urban Line Dancing is similar to Country Line Dancing except you perform to soul and hip-hop music. So let yourself go with the music.
See you on the dance floor!