2021....the Stardust Staff did it....even though it always seemed impossible to open back up, when we did open, we knew anything is possible. Never give up. Our guests stood by us all the way and gave us the push we needed to keep going. Thanks to all the people who support us on these weekends. Wishing you all a Happy & Healthy New Year Ahead!Select Link
Our ballroom dance weekends will continue in 2022 with a touch of THEMES on Saturday nights. *April 8-10 ROARING 20s *June 17-19 WHITE NIGHT *September 16-18 50's ARE BACK *NOVEMBER 18-20 MASQUERADE BALL. Rates Starting at $645 per person 3 Day/2 Night ALL INCLUSIVE *Accommodations *Over 40 Hours Dance Workshops *3 Meals a Day *Open Bar Cocktail Reception *Wine/Champagne Reception *Top Entertainment *DJ’S & Band *Dancing in 4 Rooms: Ballroom, Argentine Tango, Latin, West Coast Swing/Hustle/California Mix **Dance Hosts Available for the Followers. BOOK ONLINE (select link below) or call Stardust to book your spot 845-794-4982 or 845-796-6511Select Link
Our DJs and Live Band are ready to entertain our guests. Join us as we celebrate the ROARING TWENTIES in all its glory, done in a most scandalous and fashionable style. This was a time when dances such as the Charleston, the fashion of the Flappers, and of course the bootleggers, were considered immoral and oh so. . .scandalous. Dance music laid the foundation for what would become classic pop standards. The "Charleston," the "Foxtrot," and the "Lindy Hop" were some of the most popular dances of the time. The popularity of dance music also influenced the fashions of the decade with looser fitting clothing like "Flapper" style dresses for women, and more casual sportswear for men becoming widespread. While these types of clothing were not necessarily created with dancing in mind, their easy fit and styles made them ideal for the flamboyant and active dancing that dominated the decade
Stardust Dance Productions, Ltd. announces the WINGO HOM SCHOLARSHIP for ballroom dance students in the United States and Canada established by Linda Gilberg. This scholarship is being established as a legacy to Wingo, his love of dance, and his commitment to the joyful celebration of life through dancing. This scholarship will give a student a chance to experience a weekend of social dancing with over 40 hours of workshops, entertainment and much more. Dance studios should encourage their students to apply as early as possible for best consideration. Location: Villa Roma Resort, Callicoon, New York 12723. One winner will receive one free weekend, all inclusive of room, meals, workshops, dancing, entertainment for a three day/2-night stay. The winner can pick one weekend April 8-10, June 17-19, September 16-18, November 18-20, 2022. Minimum qualifications for applicants: • Must be an adult 21+ years • Taking workshops or private dance lessons from a certified dance instructor • You are interested and have a love to learn ballroom dance or just get better at it • Have never been to an all-inclusive social ballroom dance event • Have never been to a Stardust Dance event • Fill out an application (deadline due March 1, 2022) • Write a brief essay explaining how this scholarship will influence your life in social dancing (250 words or less, .pdf format) This scholarship is fully funded by Linda Gilberg, Stardust Dance Productions, Ltd.
Dance Studios can request applications by calling Stardust 845-794-4982 Mon-Fri 9am-5 pm or by emailing Linda@stardustdance.com
Thank you to Nino DiGuiglio, owner of May I Have This Dance, and his staff and guests for joining us on our November 2021 Stardust Weekend.