Cool Cats set to dance night away
LESSONS IN ROCK ‘N’ ROLL DANCE READY TO GO
The Cool Cat Rockers are starting beginner dance lessons next month and they are encouraging more people to take up rock ’n’ roll dancing.
Cool Cats dancer Kaye Rossignoli said each year the group extended a warm welcome to beginners who would like to learn 1950s and 1960s rock ’n’ roll.
‘‘There’s a very social and friendly atmosphere,’’ she said.
The group’s regular weekly dance lessons will start on Tuesday, February 12, at Shepparton’s Wesley Hall from 7 pm, and meeting at the same time and place every Tuesday.
Ms Rossignoli said the dance style was perfect for beginners because no partner was required.
‘‘They will start you slowly from the beginning, assuming you don’t know a step,’’ she said.
‘‘They also know some of you will have more than two left feet and that’s fine.’’
The Cool Cats will host their first big dance for the year on February 16 from 8 pm at Shepparton High School, featuring Melbourne band Jump ‘n’ Jive.
‘‘Rock ’n’ roll is a pastime that combines the art of socialising, making new friends, having fun, whilst also keeping fit,’’ Ms Rossignoli said.
Dance lessons with the Cool Cat Rockers cost $10 each week and are every Tuesday from 7 pm at Wesley Hall, 134 Maude St, Shepparton, beginning on Tuesday, February 12. ● For more information, phone Rob Rossignoli on 0403 973 946 or Stuart Barnes on 0408 535 610 or to buy tickets for the dance event, phone Peter Kelly 0408 136 415.
ROCK ’N’ ROLL IS A PASTIME THAT COMBINES THE ART OF SOCIALISING, MAKING NEW FRIENDS, HAVING FUN, WHILST ALSO KEEPING FIT
— KAYE ROSSIGNOLI
Doing the twist: Cool Cat members Shirley Koch and Dave Randall set the scene for future dance classes this year.