Line Dancing

Line Dancing at the Q is a great way to exercise with our own dance leader, Vernine Adkins, inspiring the various routines to some great music.

The Q has been very fortunate to have such a great Dance leader and motivator in Vernine. She and her husband Jim retired to Quartzsite in 2000. Her parent's, Dorothy and LaVerne McCord, got her started  - the rest, as they say, is history!

She immediately developed a passion for it. That passion naturally developed into teaching it. She has been teaching line dancing at the Q for over 11+ years!!

As anyone who is motivated about something will tell you, watching others grow and find their love of line dancing gives Vernine great pleasure.

We have a great dancing family here at the Q. Many of them have been dancing together with Vernine for 10 to 13+ years!!

Her mother passed away in January of 2006. However, her father - at age 87 - still dances and is an incredible inspiration to us all.

The laughing, music, dancing and singing together keeps the entire class young and motivated.

The classes at the Q are 10am to noon and typically:

  • Monday - Level 4 - Intermediate
  • Tuesday - Level 2  - High Beginner
  • Wednesday - Level 1 - Absolute Beginner
  • Thursday - Level 3 - Easy Intermediate

As always, please verify times and classes on our Calendar page

During the heat of the summer, she and her husband retreat to the high mountains in Alpine, AZ, where she continues her passion for dance - teaching 2 classes a week!

The QIA has been a great gathering place for all types of classes and activities. Many different things are available to all visitors and members of the Quartzsite area. During the winter season, the printed calendars are updated weekly because there is so much going on. Be sure to check out Vernine's classes or an other classes that are held during our "season" here at the Quartzsite Improvement Association.

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