Centre Cloggers
Clogging (or Appalachian Mountain Folk Dance) is an American folk dance that has its origins in the Southern Appalachian Mountains of the United States of America. While it has strong ties to the step dances of the British Isles brought to the region by white settlers, clogging is also influenced by the traditional dance of Native Americans, and the traditional solo dances of African Americans. Clogging is a misnomer, since it is not performed in clogs, although some of the original step dances from Europe were. Nevertheless, the name persists, although in Appalachia, this form of percussive dance is often only known as buck dancing or flat-footing or just "dancing". We offer classes on Wednesdays - visit our website for more information. We specifically work with: Anyone, Adults, Children, Families, Men, Women, Youth A fun social activity, help improve brain and physical motivation
  • Group / organisation name:
    Centre Cloggers
  • Contact person:
    Bev McLachlan
  • Telephone:
    07 5445 1238
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