Saturday, Jan 21, 2012 • CANCELLED: LITMA and SDLI’s 7th Annual Contra/Swing Dance • SDLI

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This dance event has been CANCELLED. There was a conflict with the venue booking.

Instead, some of us are going to the Rockabilly Rave at the Hunting Moose Lodge. Details on website.

LITMA and SDLI’s 7th Annual
Contra/Swing Dance
Long Island Traditional Music Association (LITMA) and Swing Dance Long Island (SDLI) are teaming up for a Contra /Swing Dance once again! Singles and beginners welcome! No partner necessary!

Dances include contras, swings and waltzes.

Saturday, January 21, 2012

Brooklyn Swing Ensemble
Caller / Contra Dance Instructor - Chart Guthrie
Swing Dance Lesson - Ed & Maria from Swing Dance Long Island Inc

8:00 – 11:00 General dancing and instruction

Door Prizes & Snacks / Refreshments.
Please bring your favorite snack to share.

Prices*: General Admission $15
LITMA / SDLI Members $10

Location: Brush Barn, 211 Middle Country Road, Smithtown NY 11787

Band: Brooklyn Swing Ensemble



Sam Zygmuntowicz - fiddle, mandolin
Danny Elias - clarinet, dumbek
Bill Peek - piano, guitar, banjo
Joe DePaolo - percussion

Venue: Brush Barn

Brush Barn

The Smithtown Historical Society’s Brush Barn is located behind the historic Epenetus Smith Tavern at 211 East Main Street, Smithtown NY 11787 and is not visible from the street. About 0.2 miles east on Main Street from the intersection of Route 111 and Route 25 (Main Street).  There is a white house that is #211 (Epenetus Smith Tavern) and a gravel drive beside the house.

Epenetus Smith Tavern

Frank Brush Barn

Organizer: Swing Dance Long Island, Inc. (SDLI)

Swing Dance Long Island, Inc. is an all volunteer, not for profit organization dedicated to the promotion of swing dancing on Long Island, New York.


Join a friendly group of people every Tuesday evening for a mix of East Coast Swing, Savoy Lindy Hop, Hollywood Lindy, West Coast Swing, Balboa, Collegiate Shag and some Ballroom dancing.  No partners are needed and beginners are welcome.

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