Making The Calories Disappear Page Three
Pronouncement And Jokes Time With The Pres...
...an important message follows...
....who said that????
Millie needs the latest for Kegels Korner....
Our Membership Board Members recognize our guests for the evening....
This Evenings Guests
The Dancing Continues
Street Corner Symphony is getting fired up....
Giggles are underway
Dancing "Back to back!"
Aorund and around we go....
Shari and Judy.... The staff at Yorba Linda was OUTSTANDING!
The floor was always busy all evening
Quotation To Remember: Dance is the only art of which we ourselves are the stuff of which it is made. ~Ted Shawn, Time, 25 July 1955
Dancing the night away
Street Corner did well this evening...
Serious conversations underway
Did You Know? - Two monologues do not make a dialogue. ~Jeff Daly
Oh No.... The Famous Starlighters LINE DANCERS
"Where is the line?"
Yeah.... I found it....
Them line dancers are a hoot
Everyone was up .... Step turn... Step turn...
The whole room was moving
Did you ever try pole dancing???
"Line dancing looks too hard.... Think I will just watch!"
The whole building is moving
"Hang on.... I'll be right there... Wanna try Y.M.C.A?"
Guests outnumber members.... Almost!
Normal Dancing Resumes While Oxygen Bottles Are Passed Out...
"So... Did I tell you the one about the traveling saleman....?"
The camera man escapes the camera.... That you Bob Zaitz
No flashing please.....
Jan says to Linda..."So... Did I tell you the one about the traveling sales lady...?"
Holly has guard duty.... Keeping an eye on the wine
Makes a great picture....
Paul demonstrates the fan dance
Did You Know? - A fan dance is a dance performed with one or more fans . This form has been adapted in various countries. The Korean fan dance , for example, evolved from Joseon Dynasty court dances and remains a popular form of traditional Korean dance. The Spanish or Portuguese flamenco makes dramatic use of fans. There also exists a form of fan dance in traditional Yu'pik culture in western Alaska; it bears little resemblance to the other forms represented herein.
In the West, a fan dance is often an erotic dance performance, traditionally by a woman. The performer, either entirely nude or apparently so, dances while moving two large fans , typically constructed from ostrich feathers. The essence of the choreography is suggestion , limiting the parts of the body exposed to the audience while focusing attention on illusions of exposure. Performers often evoke illusions of:
- having already seen what had never been exposed,
- not being able to shift one's gaze fast enough to see what seems surely to be presently exposed, or
- being aware of currently "seeing" what in fact is not exposed to be seen.
A fan dance can be viewed for erotic stimulation, aesthetic appreciation of grace and beauty, and for simple amazement of the skill of the illusion.
Michele flashes her famous smile....
Bob and Mailyn Pokinghorn are enjoying the music
Marilyn does have a secret to enjoying the music... Ask her at the next dance!
Bill Hencke visits with Sandee and Ralph Collier
Donna Zaita, Nita Woolston and Sue Liles light up the evening
Our guests are no strangers to the dance floor....
Judy (our bartender) makes water disappear
Voila... H20 is gone
Holly recreates a Harry Potter moment
The staff was right on time... They made the evening enjoyable
Leon, Heidi, Wes, and Marcia
Second time Tess and Roger Damico provide us with some new moves....
The crowds thin out but the enthusiasm on the dance floor continues
The die-hards on the floor....
Do we know how to party or what???
Tables empty means tghe folks are on the floor....