The Friends of Greenfield Dance objectives are threefold: to promote and support the development of cultural programs of music and dance; to facilitate cooperation among musicians and dance community members; and to maximize participation in dance events.
We work in collaboration with eight dance organizers who organize the dances at the Guiding Star Grange each month. Our work supports a vibrant culture of dancers, musicians and callers who travel from near and far to join our dances.
The current Board of Directors for the Friends is:
Friends of Greenfield Dance, Inc. bylaws are available here.
Originally known as the Friends of the Guiding Star Grange, fondly nicknamed “The Friends,” the organization was founded in 1995.
In 2013, under recommendations from our Board of Directors, members of the Friends ratified significant changes to our by-laws, including a name change, which now provide greater clarity and a higher level of transparency as well as making us compliant with federal guidelines. The organization was incorporated as the Friends of Greenfield Dance on March 28, 2013.
By Julie Bermant
On May 17, 2017, 17 organizers and FGD board members met for our fourth organizers’ meeting. After a delicious potluck meal, we settled into a discussion about issues related to the Grange and the dances held there.
By Orin Nisenson
The Friends of Greenfield Dance is happy to announce that we will be offering classes in CPR/AED (automated external defibrillator).
Waltzing for the Grange is a collection of previously released recordings from a sampling of the musicians who have graced the grange hall with their presence.
That feeling of spinning, counter-balancing with your partner, at times almost airborn – it just can’t be beat!
December 31, 8PM – 12:30AM
Music by Larry Unger and George Wilson
Calling by George Marshall