|The Sokol Greater Cleveland Czech Folk Dancers were organized in 1972
to preserve and acquaint others with Czech music and dance.
|The Sokol Greater Cleveland Czech Folk Dancers were founded in 1972 to promote and preserve the Czech
Culture through dance. Since their inception, the group has had the opportunity to present their heritage to
audiences not only in the Greater Cleveland area but throughout the United States. These appearances include
the Palace Theatre in Cleveland, the Cleveland Institute of Music, several October Fests, The Ohio State Fair,
Ellis Island, Epcot at DisneyWorld, Ennis Polka Festival in Texas, Czech Days in Wilber Nebraska,
Frankenmuth in Michigan, and in many states where Sokol conventions have been held.
Classes are held in the main ballroom on Friday evenings begnning in October.
No prior dance experience is necessary.
|New participants are always welcome, from age 12 and up.
Currently the group has members ranging in age from 16 to 80.
for an experience of a lifetime
as we embark on our 45nd Year of Dance
watch for fall 2017 information
Meets for 1 hour
Bohemian National Hall Ballroom
Men, Women, Teens, Boys & Girls
Age 12 and up
Dance experience not required - we'll teach you
Dances will be taught to be performed at our Unit Exhibitions and other events
Contact Dolly Baca to sign up or for more information
|A Cleveland Plain Dealer photo of the SGC Czech
Dancers performing their version of a hat dance.