Cajun Class Schedule

Our usual pattern outside of special two hour classes is to teach an Intermediate (from 6:30 to 7:15 PM) and an introductory (from 7:15 to 8 PM) Cajun Two-Step and waltz lesson before every live Cajun dance. The Intermediate dance lesson is for those who are already familiar with Cajun dancing.

If you would desire a Cajun dance class please email us at info@aczadance.org.

Zydeco Class Schedule

            Intermediate Zydeco Dancing with Cheri Mullenix and Anthony Lewis

                    Saturday Sept.13, 2014

                                   4-6 PM

        (before our dance with Curley Taylor)

                    $15 - ACZA Members

                    $20 - Non ACZA Members

**Pre-registration is preferred but not required.**

Are you ready to add a new level to your Zydeco dancing? Well, this is the workshop for you! It has been a long time since we had a full workshop with Cheri and Anthony and we're very excited about this one. Their workshops are always jammed packed with lots of fun and creative material. This workshop promises to follow suit! You'll learn inventive and amusing ways to connect with your partner in both the closed and free-style positions. Plus, they'll throw in some innovative footwork for extra spice!

Mark your calendars - this will be fun!

For more information and to register, call Cheri at 770-975-0823 or email Anthony at anthony@lostintherhythm.com.

On the night of September 13 the Introductory Lesson will be from 7 to 8 PM and will be free with the dance.

About Cheri and Anthony:

Cheri and Anthony began teaching in 1997 With family roots stretching into Baton Rouge, New Iberia, and Lake Charles Louisiana, these two are well equipped to bring you the real deal. Their style of teaching reaches the intuitive and the intellectual student. It's very common to hear long time dancers but first time students exclaim -- "after all this time, I finally get Zydeco!" Although based in Decatur, GA -- they teach nationwide.

Festivals and Dance weekends at which they've taught:

Buffalo Jambalaya Cajun and Zydeco Dance Camp (Virginia)

Cascade Zydeco Dance Weekend (Oregon)

Dance Vortex Zydeco, Cajun, Swing and Waltz Dance Weekend (Alabama)

Spoleto Music and Arts Festival (S. Carolina)

Memphis Zydeco and Blues Festival (Tennessee)

Birmingham City Stages (Alabama)

Gator by the Bay (California)

Ft. Lauderdale Crawfish Festival (Florida)

Peak Performances @ Montclair State University (New Jersey)

Tallahassee Mudbug Festival (Florida)


Our usual pattern outside of special two hour classes is to teach an Intermediate (from 6:30 to 7:15 PM) and an introductory (from 7:15 to 8 PM) Zydeco lesson before every live Zydeco dance. The Intermediate dance lesson is for those who are already familiar with Zydeco dancing.

If you would desire a Zydeco dance class please email us at info@aczadance.org.
ACZA, Inc is a volunteer-run 501(c)3 tax-exempt non-profit corporation in Georgia dedicated to promoting and educating the public about the dance, music, and culture of the Cajun and Creole peoples of Louisiana. For more information, please e-mail us at info@aczadance.org.