Clogging is a type of folk dance rooted in tradiitonal European dancing from the British Isles in which the dancer's footwear is used musically by striking the heel to create percussive rhythms.

Traditional Appalachain clogging is characterized by loose, often bent knees and a "drag-slide" motion of the foot across the floor and is usually performed to old-time music.  Modern clogging is inspired by traditional styles but performed to a wide variety of music including bluegrass, country, rock, pop and hip-hop.

Dress Code: Dancers are required to wear long length T-shirt (any color), shorts (no denim) and clogging shoes.


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2016 Summer Clogging Schedule


2016-2017 Fall-Spring Clogging Schedule

(note: Classes will open for registration May 1st. If class list does not display classes are full or closed.)