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November 2019

Contra Dance Workshops

November 21, 2019 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
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Normal Public Library, Community Room, 206 W. College Avenue
Normal, Illinois 61761 United States
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What is Contra Dancing? It has been in the USA since the 1700’s. People walk in repeating patterns to folk music. A caller first explains the movements and tells you what pattern to do. How is it Autism Friendly? Contra dancing is a wonderful opportunity to be around others. It is easily accommodated for people with ASD or other social/sensory issues. So you can participate without needing to talk, touch or make eye contact, unless you want to. The dance is a repetition of…

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October 2019

Contra Dance Workshops

October 17, 2019 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
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Normal Public Library, Community Room, 206 W. College Avenue
Normal, Illinois 61761 United States
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What is Contra Dancing? It has been in the USA since the 1700’s. People walk in repeating patterns to folk music. A caller first explains the movements and tells you what pattern to do. How is it Autism Friendly? Contra dancing is a wonderful opportunity to be around others. It is easily accommodated for people with ASD or other social/sensory issues. So you can participate without needing to talk, touch or make eye contact, unless you want to. The dance is a repetition of…

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September 2019

Contra Dance Workshops

September 19, 2019 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
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Normal Public Library, Community Room, 206 W. College Avenue
Normal, Illinois 61761 United States
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What is Contra Dancing? It has been in the USA since the 1700’s. People walk in repeating patterns to folk music. A caller first explains the movements and tells you what pattern to do. How is it Autism Friendly? Contra dancing is a wonderful opportunity to be around others. It is easily accommodated for people with ASD or other social/sensory issues. So you can participate without needing to talk, touch or make eye contact, unless you want to. The dance is a repetition of…

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