Oliva U3A line dancers spreading Christmas cheer on the Costa Blanca

INVITATION: The group would love to see new members join them in the New Year. CREDIT: Oliva U3A

OLIVA U3A’s line dancing group did their bit to spread some Christmas cheer among local children.
Members visited the Preventorio Infantil Nuetra Señora del Amparo in Real de Gandia just before Christmas.
The excited kids got to watch the group perform three dances. The dancers then taught the children a fourth dance, after which everyone had fun dancing altogether.
Looking towards the New Year, the line dancing starts again on Monday January 13. The group says it would love to see some new members join them to kick start 2020, so the session on the day will be free.
The session will be broken down as follows: 10-10:30am absolute beginners, 10:30-11am normal beginners, 11am-12 noon improvers, followed by request dances at the CPC Pinet.
New dancers should drop group leader Betty an email on [email protected] so they know how many to expect.
The group stresses they no longer dance to just Country and Western music; teacher Nigel has a huge range of music to keep them amused!
Line dancing is, they say, ideal for anyone who wants to get some exercise in a fun environment or shed the Christmas kilos.
Oliva U3A invites anyone no longer in full-time employment to go along and find out how it likes to keeps its members physically and mentally active.
For more information email [email protected], drop by for a chat on Friday mornings with Angela or Sue from 11am in the Oliva Municipal Market or head to the webpage https://u3aoliva.wildapricot.org/ and click the ‘interested in joining’ link.
Annual membership is just €10

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