USA Dance Williamsburg VA Chapter #6009
Located in Williamsburg, Virginia & Serving the Hampton Roads area community. We are a part of a larger network of USA DANCE chapters located all over the United States. The mission of each Chapter is to promote ballroom dancing in the local community and to educate the public regarding the physical, mental, and social benefits of ballroom dancing. We welcome beginner dancers and help them get started in ballroom dancing. Talented dancers are encouraged to become DanceSport Athlete competitors.
Primarily held on the first Saturday of each month, the Williamsburg Chapter of USA Dance offers a lesson and open dance to both members and visitors. The dances are normally held at the Quarterpath Recreation Center* in Williamsburg on the largest dance floor in the area!.
Visit our Events page for more information about our monthly dances. 2013 Schedule now available!
- Our 2012 National Ballroom Dance Week event was a huge success! Thank you to all that came out and enjoyed great workshops and an awesome Tea Dance. We look forward to planning an even bigger and better event next year. Thank you to our area instructors that volunteered their time to teach some great workshops and thank you to our chapter members and board, who helped create such a fun event.
- Volunteering is an important part of the Williamsburg Chapter of USA Dance, as well as encouraging ballroom dancing with kids. Recently some of our members volunteered to assist with a large group of Spanish students from Toano Middle School. Read more about this great group here!
- A great time was had by all at the May 5th dance, appropriately themed Cinco de Mayo! With a Salsa lesson by 7 Cities Ballroom's Steve Kirvan and a night of music by Roberto, awesome themed door prizes and snacks and even the Mexican hat dance! We were also delighted to have members of the CNU Ballroom Dance Society who provided a wonderful formation exhibition. After the exhibition Chapter President, Gloria Clark, presented the CNU Ballroom Dance Society with a Check for $200 to help support the student led organization.