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Welcome to the Metro Ballroom Dance Club web site. We are a Ballroom and Swing Dance Club located in Evansville, Indiana.

Our monthly dances are on Saturday night from 7:30 to 10:30 pm.  We also offer a half hour dance lesson at 7:00. Our DJ's play both classic and modern music. You'll be able to dance the Waltz, Foxtrot, Tango, Cha Cha, Rumba, Samba, Salsa, Bolero, East Coast Swing, West Coast Swing and more.

If you have an interest in ballroom and swing dancing, check us out by clicking on the red tab’s on the left to learn more about us and come join us as a guest for an evening of ballroom and swing dancing.

2015 Workshop a Great Success!.

Metro Ballroom Dance Club offering a one day workshop on November 14 2015. The workshop focused on the basics of the West Coast Swing and Foxtrot.

We had a great turnout and a lot of fun.

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2015 Workshop group photo.

New Years Eve 2015 Info Updated!

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Christmas Dance is coming next!

Dec 12th at the Coliseum.

Special Decorations and Prizes to win.

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Metro Ballroom Dance Club PO Box 3632 Evansville Indiana 47735

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Web Site created and maintained by Web Master Rick Rideout.

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Scott & Eva Key teaching the Foxtrot. Rick & Vicky Rideout teaching West Coast Swing. Eric & Martha Reek working the sign in table.

We had a great dance at the November dance and again we had new dancers coming for the first time. At the dance we had 88  members and 17 guests,  Many of the guest had attended the afternoon workshop we had earlier that day. The dance lesson was a review of the workshop which was West Coast Swing by Rick & Vicky Rideout and Foxtrot by Scott & Eva Key.  

Like to thank:

Martha Reek  (and most of the board members) for doing the decorations and getting the room ready.).

Eric & Martha Reek for working the sign in table.

Scott & Eva Key & Rick & Vicky Rideout for teaching the Dance lesson.

Rick Rideout for providing the music.  

Vicky had her camera and took some photos of the evening. Click on the Photo Gallery tab then on the tab of the month you want to view.

Photos of the dance can also be seen at our Facebook page.ttps://

Thank you very much to all that attended. :-)

November 2015 Dance!

Music by DJ Rick Rideout

With heavy hearts we must inform you of the passing of one our fellow dancers Patrick McNeil.. He was a member of the Metro Ballroom Dance Club for many years..

Mr. McNeil a teacher at Russellville and then went to Hopkinsville schools, where he was the football coach, and served as a Superintendent of Schools in Hopkins County. He was a member of the Elks Lodge and American Legion. He graduated from Western Kentucky University and George Peabody College. He was an All-State and All-Southern halfback. He was recruited by Bear Bryant at U.K. and later transferred to Western Kentucky to play football where he met the love of his life while he was a student there. He was the recipient of the coveted and prestigious F. L. Dupree Award for Creative Educational Administration presented by the Kentucky School Boards Association in 1981, and was elected to DuPont Manuel's High School Hall of Fame in 2001. While active, he was a member of all national and state educational orginzations dealing with public education and school administration. He was a member of the First Christian Church in Madisonville and was a U.S. Navy veteran, having served in the Seabee's in Japan after the Atomic Bomb was dropped during World War II.

He will be greatly missed.

Photo of Pat and dance partner Shirley Cates.

In memory of our fellow club member.

Patrick McNeil