New London, CT 06357
United States

Dec 05
Monthly Dance
East Lyme Community Center
Dec 12
Christmas Party
Thames Club
Dec 18
Casual Dance
East Lyme Community Center
Jan 02


Workshops: First workshop will start Sunday Nov. 22 from 2:00 to 3:30 pm. Raeleen St. Pierre from Fred Astaire in Old Saybrook will be running advanced Cha Cha lessons. Second workshop will start Monday Nov 23 from 7:00 to 8:30 pm Starting November 23. Marj Winslow who teaches at the East Lyme Community Center will help with Cha Cha steps. Both workshops will run for four consecutive weeks.

This is your last chance to sign up!. Contact Ray or Ken as soon as possible. See our Facebook page to obtain a copy of the 2015 Workshop registration form and send it to Ray or any of your board members, and let us know which session you are interested in (Sunday or Monday).

2015 Christmas Party

It's that time of the season! We will be at the New London Thames Club again this year. The party is scheduled to start Saturday, Dec 12 with cocktails from 6-7 PM, dinner from 7-8 PM, and dancing from 8-11 PM. Contact Russ Carr to reserve your spot. See our calendar for information.

Welcome To USA Dance NEW LONDON

Welcome to the Web site of the New London, CT Chapter #3026 of USA Dance. Here you'll find information about our organization, ballroom dancing and related events in the New London area.

Our chapter holds a dance twice each month in the New London area, with admission discounts for members. See the calendars for details. A yearly gala dinner dance is also held to conclude the year's activities.

Thank you for your visit!
USA Dance is a nation-wide not-for-profit organization of 22,680 members, in 186 chapters, dedicated to promoting ballroom dancing as both a recreational activity for social dancers and as a competitive sport for DanceSport athletes. USA Dance is the official governing body of DanceSport, the competitive venue for ballroom dancing in the United States.

USA Dance Mission Statement:
"Our mission is to improve the quality and the quantity of ballroom dancing in the United States"

On Ballroom

by John Ricciardi
October 2013

Old ballroom dancers never die
They just
Dance away

With fond memories
Of the waltz, the rhythm of the Bolero
And the dash of the quick step

Play on, play on

Dreams abound
Dance on old man
Dance on