The 15th annual
“It does change your life. It's awesome” says Joanne Brady, a choreographer, who has been dancing for 50-years
Brady says there are two reasons why she's such a foxtrot fanatic: the music and the people.
Brady's one of 40 choreographers from across the country ready to teach you line dancing, swing, two-step, clogging, hustle, salsa, and jazz moves.
Choreographer Scott Blebins is grateful to be able to teach beginners how to dance their troubles away.
“People are very stressed. I feel fortunate that I'm among the people that helps get them away from their troubles, even if it's for a weekend” says Blebins.
A mix of 600-to-700 beginners and expert dancers will descend upon the
“It's officially a dance for everyone” says Jamie Marshall, Director of the Fort Wayne Dance for All.
Choreographers say it's a family environment, with 90-year-olds down to 9-year-olds in attendance.
The convention continues until Sunday at the
It's open to the public.
For times, pricing and more information head to http://www.ftwaynedanceforall.com