Welcome

As a dance caller, Connie is known for being community-centered, beginner-caring, and able to bring a whole roomful of dancers of all skill levels quickly into the fun zoneAs a teacher and facilitator, Connie strives to create a safe space for creativity, expression, and learning. 

Connie lives in Apex, NC close to Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill. She travels for weddings and dance gigs often. Check out the announcements below to learn more about what is coming up in the near future. Be sure to look through the tabs on the left for more details about what she is doing out in the world.

If you are looking for a calendar of my Dance Calling Gigs, go here!


Recent Announcements

  • Lots of Squares!
    I've slowly gotten back into dance calling this fall and have been delighted to have more opportunities to call squares! I got to do a full evening of squares back in September for the new monthly square dance in Pittsboro and will be doing that dance again in November. This month I have the pleasure of co-calling an evening of squares with Sarah Gibson for NC Squares in Durham. Here are all the gigs I have coming up:

    October 11: International Student Dance, UNC Chapel Hill
    October 23: Apex Family Dance
    November 20: Apex Family Dance

    Posted Oct 8, 2015, 6:05 PM by Connie Carringer
  • New Life Means a New Life!
    I'm now 5 months into the adventure of motherhood and I'm still in awe of this little person who has taken over my life. She is just wonderful. We are all doing well. 

    Understandably, I've taken a break from much dance calling, though I've been doing our beautiful Apex Family Dance each month. I've started booking a few gigs here and there in the fall and excited to get back into the swing of things! 

    Stay tuned for more details on the coming gigs. The most recent schedule is up on the Family Dance page, so check that out and I hope to see you there! Also, my friend Shay is starting a new square dance in Pittsboro, NC that I'm really excited about. I'll be calling the first dance in that series on September, 5th!
    Posted Jun 18, 2015, 7:57 PM by Connie Carringer
  • Big Life Changes
    Hello friends! You may have noticed that I haven't been posting much about dance gigs, weddings, or other events recently and that has been for good reasons. 

    First, my partner Justin and I bought, renovated and moved into a house in lovely downtown Apex. We've been settled in for about a month and love our new place. Secondly, we are expecting our first baby any day now! The official "guess date" (as our doula calls it) is January 2nd, 2015, but I'm over 38 weeks along, so out little gal could arrive any time. 

    I called my last dance of the year back in November and will be taking a break to give myself time to get settled into motherhood. I'm hoping to jump back into calling local gigs and officiating weddings later in the spring and summer. I'm excited about this new adventure and so appreciate all the support I get from my friends and community.

    Wishing you a very safe, restful, and joyful holiday season.
    Posted Dec 22, 2014, 9:20 AM by Connie Carringer
  • Off to Pinewoods!
    After months of anticipation, I'm finally on the journey to Pinewoods for a week of teaching, learning, dancing, music, and community! I'm so grateful to be traveling with dear friends and, hopefully, making some new, wonderful friends once we arrive. I learned this week that this will be the final session of English and American Week at the camp after a long, long history of wonderful, end-of-summer joy, so we are going to make it a good one! I'll be out of reach of any cell phones or internet for a whole week. I'm looking forward to a full week of joyous, technology-free revelry!

    I'll be back in September for some Family Dances at the Halle Center! We've got a great thing happening every month in that lovely, historic dance hall. I hope to see you there on September 26th!
    Posted Aug 21, 2014, 6:03 AM by Connie Carringer
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