Cajun Class Schedule

For the May 3 dance we are having a special event! Two Hour Lesson in Intermediate Cajun Dance with Jim Bird and Bonnie Lunceford

4:00 to 6:00 PM

$15 ACZA members/$20 non-ACZA members

If you would like to kick up your dancing a few notches, this workshop is for you! The first half of this workshop will focus on new turning moves for the Cajun Waltz & Two Step, including some side-by-side moves, and turning as a couple. The second half of the workshop will focus on the Jig with many fun movements including the popular window. Transitions from Two Step to Jig and back will also be covered. Shoes with leather soles are best because they don't grab the floor and trip you. Jim & Bonnie met in a Cajun dance class and have been Cajun dancing for about 24 years, going to Louisiana to experience music and dancing at the source for almost that long. They started teaching together in 2001. They have taught in the Atlanta area and Split Tree Farm in Chickamauga, GA, Birmingham, AL, Knoxville & Lexington, KY. Their goals are to give clear instructions and to make the experience fun. Please pre-register by emailing Anthony Lewis at ablewis1@gmail.com.

The introductory (from 7:00 to 8 PM) Cajun Two-Step and waltz lesson will be free with the dance.



Our usual pattern outside of the May 3 dance is to teach an Intermediate (from 6:30 to 7:15 PM) and an introductory (from 7:15 to 8 PM) Cajun Two-Step and waltz lesson before every live Cajun dance. The Intermediate dance lesson is for those who are already familiar with Cajun dancing.

If you would desire a Cajun dance class please email us at info@aczadance.org.

Zydeco Class Schedule

We teach an Intermediate (from 6:30 to 7:15 PM) and an introductory (from 7:15 to 8 PM) Zydeco lesson before every live Zydeco dance. The Intermediate dance lesson is for those who are already familiar with Zydeco dancing.

If you would desire a Zydeco dance class please email us at info@aczadance.org.
ACZA, Inc is a volunteer-run 501(c)3 tax-exempt non-profit corporation in Georgia dedicated to promoting and educating the public about the dance, music, and culture of the Cajun and Creole peoples of Louisiana. For more information, please e-mail us at info@aczadance.org.