Here are a few links to websites I personally find useful. I'll add to these when I find special sites I think you might enjoy. But you can do searches as well as I can, so it won't be a comprehensive list.
For anything related to Swing in Boston, check out www.havetodance.com You can find places to dance, reviews of music, teachers, classes, and fun editorials
For Country Western dancing in the gay and lesbian community, go to www.gaysforpatsy.org for their schedule of dances and workshops.
For monthly line dances in North Reading, Smokies Bar is the place to be. www.smokiesbar.co
To look up just about any line dance, go to www.copperknob.co.uk/ or www.kickit.to/ld
PLACES WHERE I TEACH
Everett Senior Center
Malden Senior Center
Arlington Community Education, www.arlingtoncommunityed.org
HEALTHY-STEPS: Moving You to Better Health with the LEBED METHOD Since 1980
For complete information about this exercise and movement program for people with chronic health problems or illnesses, see their website at www.gohealthysteps.com
To find all sorts of resources for your wedding, check out www.myBostonwedding.com
EVENTS AND COMPETITIONS
If you are interested in SWING competitions and events, check out the World Swing Dance Council. They are at www.swingdancecouncil.com
For Country Western events and competitions, check out the United Country Western Dance Council at www.ucwdc.org
In the gay and lesbian community, you can learn about Hoedowns and local dance weekends through the website of the International Association of Gay and Lesbian Country Western Dance Clubs at www.iaglcwdc.org.
"Can't act, can't sing, slightly bald. Can dance a little"-Hollywood executive on Fred Astaire's first screen test