Tupelo Ballroom Dance Club members teach FREE dance classes on Monday nights at 7:30 p.m. We use space at The Dance Studio, 108 North Spring Street, Tupelo, Mississippi, located between the Lee County Courthouse and Reed's Department Store. Come to our weekly lessons, have fun, get exercise, make new friends, and learn to dance.
Tupelo Ballroom Dance Club is a social dance club under the Tupelo, Mississippi, Department of Parks and Recreation. It was organized in 2002. The club regularly draws dancers from Mississippi, Tennessee, and Alabama.
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The club holds a dance once a month, usually at First Presbyterian Church in Tupelo. You don't have to be a member of the club to come to our dances or lessons. We are open to the public and welcome everybody.
So everyone can enjoy the fun of dancing, club members teach free Beginner Dance Lessons on Monday nights in downtown Tupelo. These are for anybody interested in learning to dance. You don't need a partner.
The club pays a professional instructor to teach an intermediate class on Tuesday nights. After learning the basic steps, you might like to attend this low-cost Intermediate Lesson.
What are the benefits of being a member of the Tupelo Ballroom Dance Club?
The monthly dances cost only $5 for members versus $10 for non-members. That is half price for members!
You receive a 50% discount on the class that TBDC pays a professional instructor to teach on Tuesday nights. The class costs $5 for TBDC members and $10 for non-members.
If you attend any five dances or lessons, you've saved the $25 cost of your yearly membership.
Our Business Meeting and Dance in September is free and includes a catered dinner. Your membership must be up to date to attend.
To become a member of the Tupelo Ballroom Dance Club, send your name, address, phone number, e-mail address, and a check for $25 made out to TBDC to our treasurer:
Congratulations to Ann Rogers for receiving Outgoing President Chuck Garrett's special recognition award at the TBDC Annual Meeting. Ann was recognized for being a hard working, dedicated member of the club who is always willing to serve in every capacity needed. She is a true "Unsung Hero".