Camp Louise floors

The Upper Pavilion has a WONDERFUL floor. Smooth, level, great for turning and spinning. That’s where all of the contra will be.

Barnett Dance Studio has a lovely wooden floor — should be good for English, waltz, Dutch Crossing and clogging.

The Social Hall (where the Sunday night dance-for-all will be held) has a reasonably good floor, though there are a couple of significant issues. The floor is crowned, which makes lines drift to the outside. There’s a fireplace on one side and the floor nearest the fireplace sags noticeably, causing the dancers to slide in that direction. And there are pillars along the sides. But it’s okay for dancing. Three lines across for contra works fairly well. Balfolk will be in the Social Hall.