Crazy Flutters - Suare-, Line- and Round Dance in Sigtuna, Sweden
Short information about the dance club Crazy Flutters
Welcome to a Joyful Dance!
Square-, Round- and Line Dancing in the north Stockholm area, close to the international airport of Arlanda.
Located in the city of Märsta, north of the Swedish capital Stockholm. We are close to the international airport of Arlanda, so it is a perfect place to stop when you arriving och leaving Sweden. Close to Märsta is the oldest town in Sweden, named Sigtuna. For a thousand years ago, the Vikings roamed the waters, and traded goods with the east.
Märsta is a perfect place for excursions both to the cpaital of Stockholm, and to the forth city in Sweden, the university town of Uppsala. You will also find easy ways to take a boat trip out to the archepelago of Stockholm and the the island area of Åland.
Do you want to know more about the area, go to the local tourist board: Link
Square Dance is FUN! We have classes on Sundays during September to May. We are a multilevel club: Basic, Mainstream, Plus, Advanced 1 and Advanced 2 and some Challenge. We have special dances two or three times during every half-year. During summertime we arrange a lot of different activites.
Line Dance is also FUN! We stomp out feet and clap our hands to country music and all the rest during the whole year. For dances we use during our teaching for the moment, will you find at our linedance page. Click on the menu "Kursdagböcker".
And by the way, we do some Round Dancing as well. And quess what? This is also FUN! We are one of two clubs in the Stockholm area that are active in Round Dancing. We have the same schedule as the other dance forms and we are very happy to meet you on the floor.
Please send us a mail and we will be very happy to meet you at our club. You can make an e-mail to the following contact persons:
Urban Danielsson (President)
Short about Crazy Flutters
Crazy Flutters (Square Dance Club) is a group of enthusiastic dancers who enjoy learning and performing various styles of square-, line- and round dancing. The club was founded in 1985 by a couple of people who wanted to share their passion for this fun and social activity. Since then, the club has grown to include more than 120 members of different ages, backgrounds and skill levels.
The club meets every Wednesday evening at the Forum House in Märsta, where they practice new moves, review old ones and have a great time together. The club also participates in several events throughout the year, such as festivals, competitions and charity fundraisers. The club welcomes anyone who is interested in joining them, whether they are beginners or experienced dancers.
The club provides instruction, music and equipment for all members. The club's motto is "Dance like nobody's watching, but have fun like everybody's watching". Crazy Flutters Square Dance Club is more than just a hobby, it's a family.
Square dance is a form of folk dance that originated in England and spread to other parts of the world, especially North America. It involves four couples arranged in a square, who perform various movements in response to a caller's instructions. Square dance was usually accompanied by lively music, such as country, folk, or bluegrass, but today a lot of variarity in music is used that includes today's popmusic.
Square dance is a social activity that promotes physical fitness, mental alertness, and cultural diversity. It can be enjoyed by people of all ages and backgrounds, as there are different levels of difficulty and styles of square dance.
Some of the benefits of square dance include improving coordination, balance, memory, and teamwork skills, as well as reducing stress and enhancing mood. Square dance is also a way of preserving and celebrating the heritage and traditions of various communities and regions.
Line dance is a form of dance that involves a group of people performing synchronized movements in one or more rows or lines, without physical contact with each other. Line dance can be done to various genres of music, such as country, pop, rock, hip hop, and Latin.
Line dance originated in the United States in the 1970s, and has since spread to many countries around the world. Line dance is popular among people of all ages and backgrounds, as it is easy to learn, fun to do, and does not require a partner.
Line dance can also provide physical and mental benefits, such as improving coordination, balance, memory, and mood. Line dance is often taught in classes, workshops, or social events, where dancers can learn new steps and routines from instructors or fellow dancers.
Line dance can also be performed competitively, where dancers are judged on their accuracy, timing, style, and expression.
Round dance or choreographed ballroom dancing is a form of artistic expression that involves creating and performing a sequence of steps and movements to a specific piece of music. Choreographed ballroom dancing can be done by individuals, couples, or groups, and can showcase various styles and techniques of ballroom dance, such as waltz, tango, foxtrot, rumba, cha-cha, and more.
Choreographed ballroom dancing requires skill, creativity, coordination, and musicality, as well as an understanding of the rules and conventions of each dance style. Choreographed ballroom dancing can be enjoyed as a hobby, a sport, or a profession, and can offer many benefits to the dancers and the audience alike.
Choreographed ballroom dancing can improve physical fitness, mental health, social skills, and self-confidence, as well as provide an outlet for artistic expression and cultural appreciation.
Organisations in co-operation
Swedish Association of American Square Dance Clubs / Studieförbundet Vuxenskolan
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