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Latest Activity: Aug 8, 2012
Started by Emily Land. Last reply by Aine McGovern Mar 9, 2011.
Hi!!I'm new here and super-beginner :PI knew about Irish Dance since I was a little girl... more or less. I love celtic and folk music since... always! And I just jump and jump around home when I was listening music haha
Some years ago I discovered really Irish Dance, but the nearer place from my home to lean is about... 800kms far =__=UAnyway, two years ago I went there for a month to start learning. But again at home I didn't work what I've learned (booo, too baad!!), Now I'm 27 years old but I'm resolved to work hard even if I only can go to classes 3 times a year, and even most of people starts in chilhood... I'll try my best and work hard!! Someday I'll compete! :PNow, sorry my bad english and the long story of my life haha
I just began dancing a few months ago...I love it! However, next year I'm moving to th US and I hope I'll find a dancing school there!
Hey!!! Is there anyone dancing in NYC?
I just moved to Manhattan and would like to keep dancing here... can anyone recommend a good school for adult beginners? :o)
Maaaany thanks and happy new year!!!!!!!!!
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