The CLH Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be upon us soon, it will be held on Wednesday 5th April 2017 at St Paul’s on Hills Road at 8:30pm (during the break between the regular Wednesday Lindy classes).
As well as discussing the last year and planning for the next it is also the time when the new committee is elected. Those who would like to run for a position on the committee please email Will on will(at)cambridgelindy.com no later than Sunday 3rd of April with the names of the two CLH members who have nominated you, which position it is for and a short statement about why you’d like a position. For information on the positions in the committee see the 3.1 in the constitution.
In summary the agenda will be:
- a review of CLH activities and finances in 2016/7
- Proposed constitution amendments (if any)
- election of a new committee
- any other business, general discussion and feedback
The Hopathon is back for 2017 on 20th May. Either take part in out 12 hour dance marathon or just come to the evening dance with the fabulous Accidentalists … find out all about on the event page.
December 21, 2016 - 2:02 pm
We don’t stop for long at Cambridge Lindy Hoppers, in fact Christmas is the only time of year we do take a break! Our last class of the year is 21 December, Lindy Hop at St Paul’s. After that there are no classes or dances until 2017, the first classes will be…
Hideaway Hop Lindy and Dusty Shoes Balboa, from 7:30PM, 3rd Jan
Lindy Hop Beginners and Intermediates, from 7:30PM, 4rd Jan
Riverside Blues, from 7:30PM, 5th Jan
Balboa Social Club, from 7:30PM, 12th Jan
Thanks for all your support in 2016 and we look forward to seeing you back on the dance-floor in 2017!
December 5, 2016 - 9:14 am
Classes on Wednesday 7th December 2016 will have a later start time due to a carol service in St Paul’s.
Beginners will start at 8:30pm and Intermediates at 9:45pm. Normal times resume the following week onward.
This month Roya and Will are covering Charleston for Beginners and Intermediates will be learning how to add texture to their dancing by by using the tone of their body to lead and follow.