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What is West Coast Swing Dance
West Coast Swing is the 'Official State Dance of California'. Historically San Diego, San Francisco and Los Angeles all argue about what city West Coast Swing originated in, however the Los Angeles California area tends to win the debate on it's evolution. West Coast Swing roots back to or originated from an earlier dance known as the Savoy Style Lindy, which was done at the Savoy Ballroom in New York in the early 1930's.
The Denver Turnverein has been in its present home, on 1570 Clarkson Street, since 1922. For many years there was a pretty lawn around the place and the sign over the front door read: Denver Turnverein-Coronado Club. Parking space had been badly needed for a long time. Finally, in 1962, the present parking lot was leveled and paved In 1963, the name Coronado Club was taken down and replaced with the name German House.
"The beautiful venue with a great dance floor a joy to dance at every Sunday!"
Travis, Patrick, Gabe, and Michael excited to find out who they draw in the Showcase Jack & Jill.
Chelsea excited to dance with Gabe!
Patrick and Kat dancing in the Showcase Jack & Jill.
Brady and Debbie dancing in the Showcase Jack & Jill.
Michael and Jessica dancing after the Showcase Jack & Jill.
West Coast Swing dance in Colorado
Our West Coast Swing dance community offer diversity in activities, age and music style. We have multiple dance venues offering weekly dances and classes throughout the Denver and Colorado Springs metropolitan areas.