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Chicago Style Steppin'
Stepping, or steppin' as it is affectionately known, has its roots imbedded in the traditional dance movements of its predecessors such as the BOP and the early dance movements of Swing dances that have been improvised over a period of time. It is a form of ballroom dancing which involves a lead and a follower synchronizing their steps in a complementary manner.
The Pittsburgh Steel City Steppers offers weekly Chicago-style Steppin’ lessons with Darryl, Karen and various instructors from Chicago and Cleveland. They also provide monthly workshops.
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|Where||Wilkins School Community Center 7604 Charleston Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15218|
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|Time||7:00 pm–8:30 pm|
|Phone||Darryl – 412- 849- 4590 or Karen – 412-719-1896|
More About Wilkins School Community Center
The Wilkins School Community Center is a 501c3 non-profit organization. It offers ballet, jazz, tap and hip-hop dance classes for adults and children. On the third Friday of every month, it provides an art opening in Trevanion Gallery from 6pm to 8pm, and the art can be viewed the next day from noon to 4pm, as well. The community center has several rooms available for rent, including a kitchen, a large classroom, a conference room, a multipurpose room and a small office. Some are available by the day and others by the year.
Other events here
- ITALIANO-ESPRESSO Weekly on Sundays, 11:00 am–12:30 pm