USA Dance Inc, Carolina Heartland Chapter #6092 
2005 - 2006 USA Dance - National Chapter of the Year!
Welcome to the home of the Carolina Heartland Chapter 6092 of
USA Dance Inc.. We are a group of beginner and more experienced ballroom dancers from the Greensboro / High Point / Burlington area that love to dance and have a good time.
To learn more about us click here.
We hold a monthly dance on the second Sunday of the month. Each dance includes both Latin, Swing, and general ballroom dances, and usually includes a mixer and several lady's choice dances. Refreshments are provided by the membership
Admission: USA Dance Members $5. Guests $10. Students age 21 and under $5.
The fun begins with a 45 minute lesson taught by a local professional instructor followed by ballroom dancing to music prepared by the music committee.
Please note: you don't have to be a member before you come out for a dance! Click here for directions to the meeting.

National Chapter of the Year:
Our Carolina Heartland Chapter of USA Dance was named 2005 - 2006 National Chapter of the Year! This great honor was announced recently at the 2006 USA Dancesport competition held in California.

The award is the result of hard work and efforts of many club members, each doing what they can to promote Ballroom dance in the Burlington, Greensboro, High Point area of NC.
We should all be proud.
2005 - 2006
National Chapter of the Year
Submit Photos:
If you have taken photos at any of the Carolina Heartland Dances, Workshops, or Community Outreach events and wish to share them with others visiting this web site it is easy.
Simply send photos, along with a description of their contents and when they were taken to

The outreach committee of Carolina Heartland has been active in promoting Ballroom Dance in the community.
In May, dancers from our chapter of USA Dance demonstrated the fun we have by dancing at the Kernersville Folly as one of the community participants.

We had a great turn-out of members. Dancing were Joe & Eileen Leggio, Steve & Sherri Raeford, Lynda Williams & Al Kamperman, Dave Idol, DonnaGuinard & Peter Kauber, Lynette & Wes Smitherman, Linda & Bob Perry, Linda & Larry Jackson, and Charlie Hafer.

We are always looking for new "Outreach Opportunities". We would love to demonstrate ballroom dance to groups that might be interested in joining us in dance.
Send suggestions to
Eileen Leggio or Linda Perry

2015 Fall Showcase:

National Ballroom Dance Week Showcase and Dance a Big Success!

Those who were present at the Greensboro Shrine Club on Sept. 27 enjoyed another great Showcase and Dance, our 11th Annual fall showcase. It was well-attended, with 119 paid attendance, including many people who had never attended a ballroom dance event. Those in attendance saw 14 great dance performances, featuring many different dance styles.

The dance performances were by Paul and Ling Sun, Tim Saunders and Virita Harper, Don and Carole Baker (2 dances), Jerry and Jo Ann Snyder, Rockie and Mary Lou Troxler (2 dances), Billy Dillon and Allison Bailey (2 dances), Carlie and Jan Coats (2 dances), Mel and Victoria Paterline, and Burt and Flo Jackson. Terry and Melanie Whittington and Paul Kindley and Marty Bergman had prepared and practiced routines, but were not able to perform due to other commitments.

As usual, it took a large number of volunteers to plan, produce, and execute the showcase. Because of all those gracious enough to volunteer, rental of the Shrine ballroom is by far the largest production expense. Our sincere appreciation goes out to all of the volunteers, most of who are listed below.

Chairperson & advisor: Victoria Paterline and Lib Johnson
Coordinator of Performers: Mel Paterline
MC: Sherri Raeford
Decorations: Bob & Linda Perry and Pat Willis
Sound system: Joe Leggio
Ticket Sales/Seating, and Reception: Al Kamperman and Lynda Williams
Music programming/playing: Lib Johnson and Linda Jackson
Greeters: Wes Smitherman and Lynda Williams
Photographer: Terry Romine
Videographer: Steve Raeford
Event set up: Bob Johnson, Charles Hafer
Program preparation and printing: Lib Johnson
Refreshments coordination: Ann and Bill North, Virita Harper, Lynette Smitherman
Refreshments set up: Judy Silver, Pat Willis, Charlotte Jackson, and Caroline Owen
And thanks to the many volunteers who brought food.

You can order copies of the DVD of the show for $25 from Steve Raeford (336-275-5211,

Important Dates:
Sunday Dec 13, 2015 : 2:30PM to 5:00PM Note: Dance Location has changed to the Guilford Grange in Greensboro.
Carolina Heartland Dance at the Guilford Grange on Guilford School Road, Greensboro, NC.
Dance lesson at 2:30,
General dancing from 3:15-5:00 p.m.
Admission: USA Dance Members $5. Guests $10. Students age 21 and under $5.
click here for directions.
Places to dance in the area:
We are very fortunate to have a great number of dance events in the Greensboro/High Point/Burlington and surrounding area that are held on a regular schedule.
For a listing of many of them click here.
For a calendar view click here.
Carolina Heartbeat is our monthly newsletter that keeps members
up-to-date with the latest news and events.
Click here for the November 2015 issue
Click here for previous issues
Click here to see the most recently added photos. Click here to visit our Photo Gallery album page or, click on any of these sample photos to go directly to that photo in the gallery.






Contact us:
For USA Dance Inc., Carolina Heartland Dance information send Email to
or contact one of the chapter officers.
To contact the webmaster of this web-site send Email to
Health Benefits of Dancing:
Learn to Dance:
Most beginners at ballroom dance start by taking lessons from a professional instructor. Experienced dancers take lessons to learn new steps. Each of the USA Dance, Carolina Heartland Chapter dances starts with a lesson by a professional local instructor. That is one place to learn.
Click here to see a listing of instructors and dance studios in the Greensboro / High Point / Burlington and surrounding areas.
Music for Dancing:
Beginning and experienced dancers are always searching for music apropriate for dancing. For a listing of some selections and sources our members have found click here.