Don't miss this opportunity to sign up as a new Beginner for our brand new evening of classes to be held Thursdays - 6 to 7 PM. Classes will start September 5th and will be held at the Acadia Recreation Complex. For our special event dances (Halloween & Christmas) we will be inviting all of our members to join the entire Club for those dancing potluck parties on the Wednesday evenings. For more information please contact us (email@example.com).
KICLDC has now made a donation of $1,000 to the Calgary Counselling Centre and $1,000 to Heritage Park. These donations are possible due to our large membership and our Performance Team who volunteer at daily events throughout 2019 Calgary Stampede. Thanks to our Instructors, members and volunteers who make this all possible.
As President of KICLDC I am delighted to announce that today we have donated $1,000 in support of the Veterans Association Food Bank. KIC is able to make such a generous donation due to our very low session fee plus the nominal fee we charge to perform/entertain as well as the volunteerism of our members. It's a privilege to belong to such a generous Club along with our excellent four Instructors and of course we couldn't do it without the enthusiasm of our members.
At this time we have started a Waiting List for anyone interested in these classes. As we get closer to the first class of May 27th we sometimes have cancellations. If you are interested, then please email our Club and your name will be added. If there are any openings we will contact you as soon as possible.
Another option is to join our Club for our Fall Session which starts Wednesday, September 11th, 2019. We do put a cap on our registration and priority is given to our current members, then our recent Stampede tune-up members and then to those who have pre-registered. If you wish to pre-register for our Fall Session to have your name added to our Waiting list, then please email us.
Any questions, please contact Carolyn McKay at firstname.lastname@example.org
KICLDC is gearing up once again to offer Stampede Tune-up classes for Beginners.
When: Mondays - May 27, Jun 3, 10, 17 & 24 - Class #3 = 8:30 to 9:30 PM sharp (Note Classes #1 & #2 are now filled)
Where: Royal Canadian Legion #285 (9202 Horton Road SW) two blocks S of Heritage Drive
Fee: $40 (cheque or cash only please)
Bonus!! If you register for these tune-up classes, you will be invited to join with the Keepin' It Country Beginners Wednesday, June 26th who dance at the Acadia Recreation Complex (240-90th Ave SE) from 6 to 7 PM at no fee. FREE!! This will give you a chance to show off your new line dancing skills and at the same time, dance with our Club members.
Note that Monday nights at the Legion is 'Wings Night'. You can order 12 wings for $5 and eat before or after your class. Other items on the menu can be ordered separately.
If interested in these tune-up classes, please contact us and your name will be added to the registration list. Have questions? Contact us at email@example.com and I will be more than happy to help you. Or call Joe Smith at 403-256-4150.
Keepin’ It Country Line Dance Club are so pleased to announce that we donated $1,000 in support of the Alberta Children’s Hospital through County 105 Caring for Kids Radiothon. This year through generous benefactors, all donations are being tripled. So our $1,000 has grown to $3,000 now.
KIC is able to make such a generous donation due to our very low session fee plus the nominal fee we charge to perform/entertain as well as the volunteerism of our members. It’s a privilege to belong to such a generous Club along with our excellent three Instructors and of course the enthusiasm of our members.
KICLDC has received thank you's from our recent donations of $500 each to Meals on Wheels and Brown Bagging for Calgary's Kids. Take a moment to look at the two attachments to appreciate how much these two donations mean to these two wonderful organizations. The note from the Calgary Kids came in a very small brown lunch bag that was coloured by one of the children. Warms your heart. ♥ ♥
Keepin' It Country Line Dance Club could be eligible to win the 2018-19 Readers' Choice Award but we need your votes. The contest runs from Oct 14th to Nov 4th so please vote now.
We're asking all of you who appreciates country line dancing, to please vote for our Club. The voting link is: http://calgaryreaderschoice.hscampaigns.com/…
Click on the above link then choose the category: "Readers Choice Health, Fitness, & Leisure". Our name is not listed in the white drop down section, so you will have to look to the right of this category that says: 'If none of the above, please list your favourite Dance Studio'. Please type in: Keepin' It Country Line Dance Club. Then SUBMIT your vote at the bottom of the page.
Our members are proud to belong to this Club that brings many smiles of joy to those in Hospice/Senior Centers when we perform throughout the year and of course before & during the Calgary Stampede when we dance at many locations throughout our City. Thank you for your support. ♥
KIC has received a thank you from Chiropractor Dr. Tom Kelly for the donation of over 370 pairs of socks for their Sock Drive from all of our KIC members and MidSun Community line dancers. Terrific job everyone.
Keepin’ It Country Line Dancing Club (KICLDC) has made a donation of $500 each to Brown Bagging It For Calgary’s Kids and Meals on Wheels.
The Executive passed a motion to make these two donations at our September meeting and felt these two organizations represented our children and seniors of Calgary. According to Brown Bagging It For Calgary’s Kids, there are approximately 4,200 kids in Calgary who go to school without the food they need. Our gift will help provide energy for some children to run and play, to focus and listen, to learn and make friends. This gift will allow a child to live up to their potential by changing their day and help change their life. The principal clients for Meals on Wheels are seniors but there are also programs open to all Calgarians who are in need of a meal service to maintain independence in their own homes. Food is a basic need, a life necessity. What we eat or don’t eat affects our mental, emotional and physical well-being. More than 463,000 meals are delivered every year.
KICLDC is proud to support these two organizations. We couldn’t do it without our registered members and volunteers so a BIG thank you to each and everyone one of you. THANK YOU!
KICLDC is run by a 7 person volunteer executive body.