The Boots ‘n’ Buckles Dance Club is a social line dance organization based in the San Francisco Bay Area. The general public is invited to come dance with us every 2nd and 4th Friday night (7:30pm to 10:30pm). Our normal dance venue is Centerville Community Center in Fremont, CA.
Optional: Please bring snacks to share.
2017 Full Year Schedule as of 4/3/17
Centerville Community Center
3355 Country Dr. Fremont, CA
Henry Costa will be our featured instructor on Friday, May 12th. Henry and his students have chosen the following five favorite dances that are sure to be played during the evening:
Henry tells us a bit about himself: I started Line Dancing 20 years ago after a friend thought I was spending too much time studying at college and thought I deserved to have a little fun in my life too. I was shown an ad for Line Dance classes at Swiss Park in Newark, CA. I attended my first Line Dance class learning “Traveling Four Corners” and “Diamonds Are Forever” taught by Charlotte Skeeters and Neil Hale. I was very fortunate to learn from both of them. They were both a big influence in my dancing career and have been positive role models to me ever since. I choreographed my first dance “You Know I Love You” in December of 1997 and it was taught for the first time during the classes at Swiss Park. I have been choreographing dances ever since, including official dances for Country Artists Ernie Oldfield, J.W. Houston, Jewels Hanson and the California Cowboys. I have now choreographed 45 dances to date.
Some of my most memorable events were when I appeared and opened up concerts and public events with country artists such as the Zac Brown Band, The Band Perry, Joey + Rory, Jamie O’Neil, Jerrod Niemann just to name a few. They were always fun plus the events gave me a chance to introduce line dancing to people who have never experienced it and give them some fun memories to remember for the rest of their lives. I currently teach Beginner and Intermediate lessons every Thursday Night at the Fremont Adult School in Fremont, CA.. The best thing about teaching dance is that not only are people are having fun learning and dancing but, I am helping them have a healthy and happy life. My biggest goal is to help continue the tradition of Line Dance for many more current and future generations to enjoy! I am looking forward to celebrating 20 years of dance with all of you on May 12th at Boots N Buckles!
on the dance floor and have fun dancin’!
For a complete listing of Henry’s classes please visit his website.
As usual, students of our featured instructors are admitted at the discount price of $8, and those attending a club dance for the first time are given a free pass good for a future dance.
The San Francisco Bay Area has many excellent choreographers. Here is a sampling of their latest dances: