Lindy What?! November 2022 Newsletter


Dear Lindy Hoppers,

Time flies when you’re having fun, and we’re having so much fun dancing that we totally forgot to get an October newsletter out! However, this November one will definitely make up for it!

Registrations new block of classes now open!
Now we’re in the final week of the current block, we’ve been working hard to make sure the next block is already lined up! Now it’s possible to register your spot in the class of your choice. You can find all the information and the registration link on our website here: 

Staying in touch was never easier
Even though we rather focus on our triple steps than, well, basically anything, we also understand that not everyone is constantly refreshing our website for news. Because of this, we’re trying to spend more energy on keeping you informed at all time in between this newsletter. The easiest way to stay in touch is joining/following us on the following places:

Facebook page:
Facebook community:

All our news and events will be posted there, and if you’re not on these platforms, the website always contains an updated agenda of everything Lindy Hop as well:

NimmaHop! update
As of writing this, we’re still swungover from our last NimmaHop! social. However the next one is already lined up and will be formally announced in the coming days, but since it’s every first Sunday of the month you can already block your calendar on December 4th!

Upcoming events
NimmaHop! December 4th @ The Waagh with beginner class!

  • 15:00 Beginner class
  • 16:00 Social dance

Did you know…

  • we’re currently working on cool stuff for 2023?
  • What’s Hop is definitely one of those? 
  • scene veterans Simon and May visited us last month?
  • we almost killed them by accident with a 20 minute steal jam?
  • just kidding of course
  • the song was actually 7 minutes 😉
  • it was awesome to dance with them again and have drinks at ‘t Haantje afterward?
  • we’re always looking for people who want to help out as volunteer?
  • you can always send us an e-mail if you do?
  • The “Texas Tommy” is a move based on another dance with the same name?
  • The move actually originated in San Francisco?
  • It’s also a great tool to improve your basic swingout?