USA Dance Williamsburg VA Chapter #6009

Located in Williamsburg, Virginia & Serving the Hampton Roads area community. We are a part of a larger network of USA DANCE chapters located all over the United States. The mission of each Chapter is to promote ballroom dancing in the local community and to educate the public regarding the physical, mental, and social benefits of ballroom dancing. We welcome beginner dancers and help them get started in ballroom dancing. Talented dancers are encouraged to become DanceSport Athlete competitors.

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Directions to the Williamsburg Community Building 401 N. Boundary Street  Williamsburg, VA 23185

Join Us for Our Monthly Dance

Primarily held on the first Saturday of each month*, the Williamsburg Chapter of USA Dance offers a lesson and open dance to both members and visitors. Dances are held at either the Quarterpath Recreation Center or 7 Cities Ballroom Dance Studio, both located in Williamsburg.  For more information on these location, please visit our Directions Link.  Please note the location of each dance on our calendar and flyers for the monthly event.

Visit our Events page for more information about our monthly dances. 2014 Schedule now available!

*March and July dances will be held on the 2nd Saturday of those months.

Member/Chapter Highlights:

2013 WonderFall Ball:  November 2, 2013 marked another successful Wonderfall Ball event, Williamsburg Chapter's annual formal dance. Guests enjoyed an evening of dancing to music by Roberto the Entertainer as well as DJ Ed Pabalate, who was accompanied with vocals from his daughter Heather Pabalate. The 2014 Wonderfall Ball is already in the planning stages and set for Saturday November 1st. We are excited to announce that this year's event will be held at the beautiful Williamsburg Community Building.  Stay tuned for more information.. 

2013 NBDW Event: On Sunday, September 22nd, Williamsburg, VA Chapter #6009 had their biggest turnout yet, for their National Ballroom Dance Week celebration event.  Over 100 people, including kids and adults, were in attendance and participated in workshops and an afternoon Tea dance. Local area instructors volunteered their time to teach beginner and intermediate workshops as well as a adding a new addition to this year’s event, workshops for kids ages 8 and up. The Williamsburg Chapter provided the day’s events free and open to the public, giving a great opportunity to introduce and celebrate ballroom dancing in the community










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For more information or specific questions, contact the board of directors