The Lawrence Barn Dance Association's 23rd annual
Pilgrim's Progression Dance Weekend
November 17-19, 2017
Event Preregistration

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Join us on November 17-19 for our annual Pilgrim's Progression dance weekend in beautiful Lawrence KS. This year's event features the music of Mean Lids and the calling of Beth Molaro. The weekend includes evening dances, Saturday workshops, and after parties, as well as a Sunday brunch, concert, and farewell dance.

All weekend dances and workshops are at Woodlawn School,
508 Elm Street in north Lawrence. Get directions

*The after-parties and brunch are pot-luck events (bring food to share), with maps available at the dances.

Note: Early-bird registration has been extended to November 8
Pricing Adult    Students and Kids 16/under
Dance Weekend Pass   Early-bird rate: $80
(on / before November 8)
Dance Weekend Pass  

Full rate: $95
(after Nov 8 / at the door)

Friday Evening Dance   $20 $10
Saturday Evening Dance   $25 $12
Individual Workshop   $15 $7
Sunday Dance  
(includes Concert)  
$15 $7
Sunday Concert only   $10 $5

Pre-registration is only required for the early-bird discount.
Payment at the door accepted via cash, check, or credit card.

Housing: Home stay housing available on a first-come, first-served basis. E-mail before November 8 for details - the earlier the better. This is a home game weekend for KU, so it is wise to make hotel arrangements early.

Click here for a full list of hotels, motels, bed and breakfasts, and map.

Fine Print:
No partner necessary. Wear clean shoes appropriate to dancing. No hard black heels, no shoes that tend to carry gravel in their treads, no cowboy boots. No smoking or alcohol in buildings. Supervised children only.

For more dance weekend info, or to volunteer, email