Welcome! To USA Dance NorthStar Jacksonville!!!
Our mission is to improve the quality and the quantity of ballroom dancing in the United States.
North Star Chapter Dances are the 4th Sunday of each month at:
Jacksonville Dance Center
2375 St. John's Bluff Road S.
Jacksonville, FL 32246
North Star Jacksonville USA Dance Chapter #6058 holds their dance usually on the 4th Sunday of each month at the Jacksonville Dance Center. Admission: $10.00 members and $12.00 non-members.
For additional information contact Joy Bellemare at (904)248-2014 or Carol Wyninger at (904)220-0232.
To Sign up for our wonderful "Dance Host Program":
Contact Jan Crisostomo at (904)616-6541. You may also email her at: email@example.com
Next dance will be held on Sunday August 24, 2014.
Doors Open at 6:15PM
- Group Class is FREE from 6:30PM - 7:00PM ** August Class will be Waltz**
General Dancing 7:00 - 10:00 PM
Welcome to the home page of the North Star Jacksonville Chapter #6058 of USA Dance. For those of you who are unfamiliar with USA Dance, we are a non-profit national organization that encourages self-expression through ballroom dancing, socially as well as competitively. We believe that our focus on ballroom dancing contributes to the mental and physical aspects of well-being, in short, it's good for your body, heart, mind and spirit!
USA Dance chapters create dance opportunities for local citizens by organizing affordable social dances, dance lessons and workshops. Chapter members often present dance education and live demonstrations in nursing homes, retirement homes, hospitals, schools, shopping malls, and other public places, while striving to educate the public regarding the health and social benefits of ballroom dancing.
USA Dance is the nation-wide organization of competitive, college, and social Amateur Ballroom Dancers in the United States. USA Dance functions as the governing body in the USA for amateur ballroom dancing (also known as Dancesport). The goal of each chapter is to serve the national mission on a grassroots level, as a leader and a motivation for ballroom dance activities in the community, colleges and schools.