So what is a Barn Dance?

Barn dancing generally consists of an assortment of old-fashioned, fun group dances such as reels, jigs, circle dances and waltzes.  It’s all done in a group and the steps are called as you dance. Some refer to it as Americana Dancing, English Country Dancing, etc, but whatever you call it, it’s FUN!  

Debbi was such a patient teacher, we all had a blast! I hadn’t had that much fun in a very long time!


What’s so great about Barn Dancing?

Everyone can dance, from 5 to 95!  This is a great event for all ages.

The dances are simple and easy to follow along.  There is no prior experience needed.

Each dance is taught right before you do it, so it’s fresh in your mind, and then it’s called as you dance so you know exactly what to do throughout!  

It’s a very low-stress, engaging environment, making it a great way for shy people to jump in and have a great time with others, or old friends to just relax and have a good time.

Her positive attitude carries through on the dance floor and she has such great patience with those of us who fumble!


Time Frame

A typical dance will usually be about 3hrs long, but can be adjusted depending on your group’s needs.


The cost is based on your unique event, so please contact me to get a quote.  I happily offer discounts to church and school groups (homeschoolers too!).

What’s included

You provide the people and the space to dance and I’ll provide the FUN!  

I will provide the instruction and then calling for each dance.

For smaller groups, I can provide speakers, but for a larger group, you will need to provide a sound system and microphone (headset is preferred, but not required).

You will want to have plenty of water available for your dancers.  Many groups also opt for snacks to keep everyone going.

Debbi is able to make the dances fun for all ages – younger ones & up,  as well as skill levels – from the newbies to the seasoned dancers. I would wholeheartedly recommend Debbi to any organization in need of a dance caller.


Who is it for?

All kinds of groups will enjoy a good barn dance…

  • Churches
  • Youth Groups
  • Clubs
  • School Groups
  • Professional Groups
  • Birthday Parties
  • Receptions
  • Family Reunions