Beyond Beginner Lesson
Sep
22
6:00 PM18:00

Beyond Beginner Lesson

Sunday Night

Charleston Series


Come ready to level up in our Beyond Beginner class with Jaron Ellis + Sara Lee Conners. They’ll cover the basics and then layer on some fun new techniques and variations. Be sure to wear comfortable shoes and prepare for a kick step of a good time!

$10 drop in | Partner not required

The Charleston originated in the early 1900's by African American dancers on an island not far from Charleston, South Carolina. It was not until 1923 when the dance exploded into popular culture, when it was featured in a revue in New York City. The dance quickly rose in popularity conjoined with Ragtime Jazz music, ushering in the age of Flappers (female solo Charleston dancers), and eventually giving birth to Lindy Hop.

Charleston is forever connected to Lindy Hop both historically and culturally. It is an upbeat partnered dance that includes kicks, syncopation, and contra body movement.

 
 
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THE SPACE

2570 NE Twin Knolls Dr, Ste 110
Bend, OR, 97701
email: info@bendlindyhop.com
phone: 541-846-5146


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Beginner Lesson
Sep
22
7:00 PM19:00

Beginner Lesson

Sunday Night

Charleston Series


Come learn the basics of this fabulous dance style with Jaron Ellis + Sara Lee Conners, every Sunday night in September as they break down this fun, upbeat dance. Bring comfortable shoes, a water bottle and prepare for a kick step of a good time!

$10 drop in | Partner not required

The Charleston originated in the early 1900's by African American dancers on an island not far from Charleston, South Carolina. It was not until 1923 when the dance exploded into popular culture, when it was featured in a revue in New York City. The dance quickly rose in popularity conjoined with Ragtime Jazz music, ushering in the age of Flappers (female solo Charleston dancers), and eventually giving birth to Lindy Hop.

Charleston is forever connected to Lindy Hop both historically and culturally. It is an upbeat partnered dance that includes kicks, syncopation, and contra body movement.

 
 
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THE SPACE

2570 NE Twin Knolls Dr, Ste 110
Bend, OR, 97701
email: info@bendlindyhop.com
phone: 541-846-5146


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Silver Moon Prohibition Party
Sep
24
6:00 PM18:00

Silver Moon Prohibition Party

Tuesday Night

Dancing in Bend, Oregon


Silver Moon Brewing is throwing a bash with tons of their amazing beer.

Live music by The Hot Club of Bend will set the tone for their speakeasy theme.

Era appropriate costume encouraged! (with extra raffle tickets)

Games of chance for swag

Costume props and "photo booth"

This will be a roaring good time!!

 
 
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Lindy Hop Social Dance
Sep
28
7:00 PM19:00

Lindy Hop Social Dance

Lindy+Hop+social+dancing-swing+music+and+dancing

THE SPACE

2570 NE Twin Knolls Dr, Ste 110
Bend, OR, 97701
email: info@bendlindyhop.com
phone: 541-846-5146

 

Saturday Night

Dancing in Bend, Oregon


Come check out our monthly social dance, September 28th from 7-9 pm! Good times, great music and fun people are in store… what more could you ask for?!

$10 drop-in | Partner not required

Lindy Hop is a fiery vintage dance that will make you smile and keep you kickin’ into your 90’s!

We will be hosting a beginner friendly lesson starting at 7:00pm. So grab your dancing shoes and your best buds, we’ll see you there!

More Questions?

Check out our FAQ page for common questions on Lindy Hop + see our Social Etiquette for what to expect at our dances.

 
 

Upcoming classes


 
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Beyond Beginner Lesson
Sep
29
6:00 PM18:00

Beyond Beginner Lesson

Sunday Night

Charleston Series


Come ready to level up in our Beyond Beginner class with Jaron Ellis + Sara Lee Conners. They’ll cover the basics and then layer on some fun new techniques and variations. Be sure to wear comfortable shoes and prepare for a kick step of a good time!

$10 drop in | Partner not required

The Charleston originated in the early 1900's by African American dancers on an island not far from Charleston, South Carolina. It was not until 1923 when the dance exploded into popular culture, when it was featured in a revue in New York City. The dance quickly rose in popularity conjoined with Ragtime Jazz music, ushering in the age of Flappers (female solo Charleston dancers), and eventually giving birth to Lindy Hop.

Charleston is forever connected to Lindy Hop both historically and culturally. It is an upbeat partnered dance that includes kicks, syncopation, and contra body movement.

 
 
Adobe-6%2Bcount%2Bvs%2B8%2Bcount.jpg

THE SPACE

2570 NE Twin Knolls Dr, Ste 110
Bend, OR, 97701
email: info@bendlindyhop.com
phone: 541-846-5146


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Beginner Lesson
Sep
29
7:00 PM19:00

Beginner Lesson

Sunday Night

Charleston Series


Come learn the basics of this fabulous dance style with Jaron Ellis + Sara Lee Conners, every Sunday night in September as they break down this fun, upbeat dance. Bring comfortable shoes, a water bottle and prepare for a kick step of a good time!

$10 drop in | Partner not required

The Charleston originated in the early 1900's by African American dancers on an island not far from Charleston, South Carolina. It was not until 1923 when the dance exploded into popular culture, when it was featured in a revue in New York City. The dance quickly rose in popularity conjoined with Ragtime Jazz music, ushering in the age of Flappers (female solo Charleston dancers), and eventually giving birth to Lindy Hop.

Charleston is forever connected to Lindy Hop both historically and culturally. It is an upbeat partnered dance that includes kicks, syncopation, and contra body movement.

 
 
Adobe-Stacks+on+Stacks.jpg

THE SPACE

2570 NE Twin Knolls Dr, Ste 110
Bend, OR, 97701
email: info@bendlindyhop.com
phone: 541-846-5146


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Beginner Lesson
Sep
15
7:00 PM19:00

Beginner Lesson

Sunday Night

Charleston Series


Come learn the basics of this fabulous dance style with Jaron Ellis + Sara Lee Conners, every Sunday night in September as they break down this fun, upbeat dance. Bring comfortable shoes, a water bottle and prepare for a kick step of a good time!

$10 drop in | Partner not required

The Charleston originated in the early 1900's by African American dancers on an island not far from Charleston, South Carolina. It was not until 1923 when the dance exploded into popular culture, when it was featured in a revue in New York City. The dance quickly rose in popularity conjoined with Ragtime Jazz music, ushering in the age of Flappers (female solo Charleston dancers), and eventually giving birth to Lindy Hop.

Charleston is forever connected to Lindy Hop both historically and culturally. It is an upbeat partnered dance that includes kicks, syncopation, and contra body movement.

 
 
Adobe-Stacks+on+Stacks.jpg

THE SPACE

2570 NE Twin Knolls Dr, Ste 110
Bend, OR, 97701
email: info@bendlindyhop.com
phone: 541-846-5146


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Beyond Beginner Lesson
Sep
15
6:00 PM18:00

Beyond Beginner Lesson

Sunday Night

Charleston Series


Come ready to level up in our Beyond Beginner class with Jaron Ellis + Sara Lee Conners. They’ll cover the basics and then layer on some fun new techniques and variations. Be sure to wear comfortable shoes and prepare for a kick step of a good time!

$10 drop in | Partner not required

The Charleston originated in the early 1900's by African American dancers on an island not far from Charleston, South Carolina. It was not until 1923 when the dance exploded into popular culture, when it was featured in a revue in New York City. The dance quickly rose in popularity conjoined with Ragtime Jazz music, ushering in the age of Flappers (female solo Charleston dancers), and eventually giving birth to Lindy Hop.

Charleston is forever connected to Lindy Hop both historically and culturally. It is an upbeat partnered dance that includes kicks, syncopation, and contra body movement.

 
 
Adobe-6%2Bcount%2Bvs%2B8%2Bcount.jpg

THE SPACE

2570 NE Twin Knolls Dr, Ste 110
Bend, OR, 97701
email: info@bendlindyhop.com
phone: 541-846-5146


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Beginner Lesson
Sep
8
7:00 PM19:00

Beginner Lesson

Sunday Night

Charleston Series


Come learn the basics of this fabulous dance style with Jaron Ellis + Sara Lee Conners, every Sunday night in September as they break down this fun, upbeat dance. Bring comfortable shoes, a water bottle and prepare for a kick step of a good time!

$10 drop in | Partner not required

The Charleston originated in the early 1900's by African American dancers on an island not far from Charleston, South Carolina. It was not until 1923 when the dance exploded into popular culture, when it was featured in a revue in New York City. The dance quickly rose in popularity conjoined with Ragtime Jazz music, ushering in the age of Flappers (female solo Charleston dancers), and eventually giving birth to Lindy Hop.

Charleston is forever connected to Lindy Hop both historically and culturally. It is an upbeat partnered dance that includes kicks, syncopation, and contra body movement.

 
 
Adobe-Stacks+on+Stacks.jpg

THE SPACE

2570 NE Twin Knolls Dr, Ste 110
Bend, OR, 97701
email: info@bendlindyhop.com
phone: 541-846-5146


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Beyond Beginner Lesson
Sep
8
6:00 PM18:00

Beyond Beginner Lesson

Adobe-6%2Bcount%2Bvs%2B8%2Bcount.jpg

THE SPACE

2570 NE Twin Knolls Dr, Ste 110
Bend, OR, 97701
email: info@bendlindyhop.com
phone: 541-846-5146

Sunday Night

Charleston Series


Come ready to level up in our Beyond Beginner class with Jaron Ellis + Sara Lee Conners. They’ll cover the basics and then layer on some fun new techniques and variations. Be sure to wear comfortable shoes and prepare for a kick step of a good time!

$10 drop in | Partner not required

The Charleston originated in the early 1900's by African American dancers on an island not far from Charleston, South Carolina. It was not until 1923 when the dance exploded into popular culture, when it was featured in a revue in New York City. The dance quickly rose in popularity conjoined with Ragtime Jazz music, ushering in the age of Flappers (female solo Charleston dancers), and eventually giving birth to Lindy Hop.

Charleston is forever connected to Lindy Hop both historically and culturally. It is an upbeat partnered dance that includes kicks, syncopation, and contra body movement.

 

Upcoming Classes

Upcoming Workshops

 

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The Notables Swing Band
Sep
8
2:00 PM14:00

The Notables Swing Band

Swing+dance+shoes+on+a+hardwood+dance+floor

Contact us

Bend, OR, 97701
email: info@bendlindyhop.com
phone: 541-846-5146

Sunday Afternoon

Dancing in Bend, Oregon


Join Bend Lindy Hop as we dance to The Notables Swing Bend at the Senior Center from 2:00-4:00pm.

$5 cover | All-ages welcome

The Notables Swing Band brings back the “golden oldies” from the Big Band era when swing ruled the dance floors. You’ll hear classic swing music popularized by musicians such as Glenn Miller, Duke Ellington and Count Basie.

 
 

Upcoming Events

 

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Beginner Lesson
Sep
1
7:00 PM19:00

Beginner Lesson

Sunday Night

Charleston Series


Come learn the basics of this fabulous dance style with Jaron Ellis + Sara Lee Conners, every Sunday night in September as they break down this fun, upbeat dance. Bring comfortable shoes, a water bottle and prepare for a kick step of a good time!

$10 drop in | Partner not required

The Charleston originated in the early 1900's by African American dancers on an island not far from Charleston, South Carolina. It was not until 1923 when the dance exploded into popular culture, when it was featured in a revue in New York City. The dance quickly rose in popularity conjoined with Ragtime Jazz music, ushering in the age of Flappers (female solo Charleston dancers), and eventually giving birth to Lindy Hop.

Charleston is forever connected to Lindy Hop both historically and culturally. It is an upbeat partnered dance that includes kicks, syncopation, and contra body movement.


 
 
Adobe-Stacks+on+Stacks.jpg

THE SPACE

2570 NE Twin Knolls Dr, Ste 110
Bend, OR, 97701
email: info@bendlindyhop.com
phone: 541-846-5146


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Beyond Beginner Lesson
Sep
1
6:00 PM18:00

Beyond Beginner Lesson

Adobe-6%2Bcount%2Bvs%2B8%2Bcount.jpg

THE SPACE

2570 NE Twin Knolls Dr, Ste 110
Bend, OR, 97701
email: info@bendlindyhop.com
phone: 541-846-5146

 

Sunday Night

Charleston Series


Come ready to level up in our Beyond Beginner class with Jaron Ellis + Sara Lee Conners. They’ll cover the basics and then layer on some fun new techniques and variations. Be sure to wear comfortable shoes and prepare for a kick step of a good time!

$10 drop in | Partner not required

The Charleston originated in the early 1900's by African American dancers on an island not far from Charleston, South Carolina. It was not until 1923 when the dance exploded into popular culture, when it was featured in a revue in New York City. The dance quickly rose in popularity conjoined with Ragtime Jazz music, ushering in the age of Flappers (female solo Charleston dancers), and eventually giving birth to Lindy Hop.

Charleston is forever connected to Lindy Hop both historically and culturally. It is an upbeat partnered dance that includes kicks, syncopation, and contra body movement.

 

Upcoming


 

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