Silver Liners Dance Association is a non-profit organization that promotes a healthy lifestyle throughout the community, through the art of dance.


Silver Liners Dance Association began with a group of dancers who line danced together for two hours on Tuesday mornings at the Spotsylvania Senior Center as part of Spotsylvania Parks and Recreation and on Friday afternoons at the Dorothy Hart Community Center in Fredericksburg. After dancing together for a couple of years a few of the dancers wanted to share their love of dance. They began sharing with the community by demonstrating what joy dancing can bring. Over time, the group has grown and evolved into a 501(c) non-profit, community outreach organization who shares the message of healthy living through dance.

They have a passion for dance and wish to share the values and benefits of dance with others.

Their goal is to generate enthusiasm for, and have a positive effect on those who wish to learn to dance,  while helping to create a healthier community.

Silver Liners Dance Association offers line dance lessons twice a week at no charge, and are available to demonstrate and teach line dancing to your group.

For the more experienced line dancers, they can guide you to local teachers who provide more advanced lessons.


Lack of exercise can be a dark cloud

Let dancing be your Silver Liner!

photo by Sarah Ann Jump


Older dancers share their steps and philosophy on movement with high school students

The Free Lance-Star


Organizational Leadership

Rena Merrill, President

Marlene Brummond, Vice President

Joyce Brightbill, Secretary

Rita Kensek, Treasurer

Rita Bradley, Director

Cheryl Gray, Director

Debbie Hall, Director


Welcome to our newest members

Renee M.

Laura F.

We are thrilled to have you join

Silver Liners Dance Association!!