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Delafield Contra Dance


To a place where you can "dance as if no one's watching"

We have started dancing again!!!


Our Regular Dance


We are dancing again!!!

The First Saturday of each month,

Oct - May

Lesson starts at 7pm


Dance is from 7:30pm - 10:00pm

The next dance is May 4th.

The band is Cosmic Otters from Chicago, IL; Meg Dedolph on guitar and Jonathon Whitall on fiddle.

The caller is Dwayne Johnson from Elkhart, IN.

It's the Funky Formal!!!!

This means that you can come dressed Funky, formal or normal.

The band and caller will decide on the categories and the winners. The categories are announced at the same time the winners are announced!

There are THREE prizes given out and each prizes is a free pass to all of the dances in the 2024-2025 season.

Remember your water bottle.
If you want to bring a finger food snack to share that is appreciated. Plates and napkins will be available.

Health and Safety requirements:
1) Please stay home if you don't feel well for any reason.
2) Testing or masks are not required.
3) Masks will be available if desired.
4) Everyone will need to sign a waiver and provide contact information.


Prairie Hill Waldorf School in Delafield, WI

N14 W29143 Silvernail Rd

Pewaukee, WI

The dance is held in the gym. Continue around the to the back of the school there is a parking lot and the entrance to the gym.


** Admission fees are used to pay for the hall, band and caller.

Suggested Donations:
$10.00 plus for those that have the means to suport the dance at a higher level

$5.00 for Students/Seniors/Limited Income.



Please help us protect this great floor by bringing clean shoes to change into for the dance.

Shoes worn outside should not be used for dancing.

Please wipe your shoes to clean the dirt and debris from outside off when you enter the gym. Several rugs are available.

You are welcome to wear dance shoes or any type of shoe that is only worn for dancing. Some dancers wear dance socks on their shoes, just socks, dance paws or dance in bare feet. 

Heels with a surface area that connects with the floor that is less than 1/2 inch across aren't recommended as that type of heel can damage the floor.

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