We are the Crescent Cloggers, an all-ages and all-fun clogging group in North Carolina.
We teach beginner, intermediate and advanced classes, and we perform at all kinds of events in Rowan and Cabarrus counties.
Click the links below to learn more, or scroll down for our latest news!
This year’s Christmas party is Dec. 20 at 5:30 at the Civic Center. Bring a dish to share and a wrapped gift from the dollar store. The 2006 revue DVDs will be available for purchase at the party for $10, please let Lara know if you want one. There’s some info about Pigeon Forge up on the schedule page, check it out!
Don’t forget to get your recipes in to Ginger or Lara ASAP to be included in the cookbook! We plan to sell the cookbooks later this fall so we need all recipes by the end of September.
Thanks to our sponsors for helping support our clogging addiction!
University of Tennessee at Knoxville
Portland Movers American Family Van Lines
Rowan Chamber of Commerce
Whether you’ve been clogging for 40 years or never danced a single step, we’d love to have you! We are open to all ages, and have had both 3-year-olds and people 70+ dance with us (and every age in between!) We teach beginner, intermediate and advanced classes in two locations, and dancers from both locations and all levels are welcome to join in our performances. The instructor is Ginger Fagan, who has been teaching dance on and off all of her life and who has many years of clogging experience. We perform at festivals such as Autumn Jubilee and Cottonstock, in county fairs, at nursing homes and Nazareth Children’s Home, and in parades. In the spring we go as a group to a national workshop in Tennessee where we learn lots of routines during the day, watch and participate in spectacular exhibitions and competitions in the evenings, and just have an overall fun time! That’s the key word for everything we do, classes, performances and all- FUN FUN FUN!
You can dance with us at either of our locations. If you’re a beginner, don’t worry about having clogging shoes the first night – just come on out! If you have questions or want to learn more about us, please drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org!
|Salisbury Civic Center
315 S. Boundary Street in Salisbury
City residents $15/2 months
County residents $20 2/months
Family discounts available – call the Civic Center for more!Academy Recreation Center
147 Academy Avenue in Concord
7:00: Beginner (6:45 in summer)
City residents $24/12 weeks
County residents $29/12 weeks
Please call the above number for the start date of the next classes!
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Simone’s EPIC workshop in Pigeon Forge
The EPIC workshop in Pigeon Forge is March 1-4. We will be performing in the Saturday night show, some of us will be competing, and all of us will be learning dances and having fun! More details as we get them, but here’s some info so you can begin planning:
Registration fees: (We will register as a group, by Feb. 10)
Dancer (before Feb. 10, )…………………….. $36
Dancer (after Feb. 10, ) …………………….. $41
Dancer (Fri. Night & Sat. only) …………………… $31
Syllabus ………………………………………………. $11
Spectator — all weekend (includes Sunday)…….. $21
1 Day Spectator (includes evening)………………. $11
Evening/Sunday only spectator…………………… $ 7
Hotel: Ginger has reserved several rooms in the convention center hotel. We will work out room arrangements closer to March.
Costumes: For the show, we will dress like rednecks/hillbillies. We want more than just jeans and a t-shirt so start thinking! We will wear the same competition outfit as last year. If you don’t have one, Ginger will need to order you one by the beginning of February in order to get it here in time. The whole thing is about $50.
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