|Buhrmaster Barn Contra Dance|
|Capital District Megaband|
|Cifton Park Contra Dance|
|Shaker Heritage Contra Dance|
If you seen any Jane Austen films, you’ve had a glimpse of this graceful dance form that appears in many of her novels including “Pride and Prejudice”. English Country dancing is easy to learn and highly social; you get to dance with a lot of different people and don’t need a regular partner. more ..., Elements of English Country Dance, Video of Mr. Beveridge's Maggot - from Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice"
|Capital English Country Dancers|
|Rensselaer English Country Dances|
Community dances and family dances are occasions to connect to the old traditions of group dancing as a delightful social activity for people of all ages, whether or not they have ever danced before. These dances are fun, easy, celebratory: they bring people together in a joyful way. Family dances are specifically designed for children and their parents and other family members to engage in together. Community dances have a general focus on simple, enjoyable dancing for all; families are welcome at a community dance, too.
|Delmar Family Dance|
|Hubbard Hall Community Dance|
|Old Songs Community Dance|
|Old Time Community Dance|
|Adirondack Dance Weekend|
|Albany Contra Fest!|
|Albany Lindy & Blues Exchange|
Albany Lindy & Blues strives to promote lindy hop and blues dancing in the Capital region. This is accomplished by workshops throughout the year and "exchanges" or large dance weekends that bring live bands and out of town dancers into the area. Today Lindy hop and blues are danced around the world and we hope you'll consider coming out to learn them with us!
|Albany First Friday Swing Dance|