of Traditional American Dance specializing in Square Dances and Contra Dances.
Beth is a teacher of Traditional American Dance specializing in calling Square Dances and Contra Dances.
Dancers from coast-to-coast will tell you that Beth Molaro is GREAT and when she calls, the dance is always a party!
Her enthusiasm is contagious and she makes any dance more energetic and exciting. She is truly a dance caller dedicated to the art of Traditional American Dancing and good fun.
Beth Molaro lives in Asheville surrounded by the mountains of Western North Carolina where she keeps chickens and a big vegetable garden, teaches the Kaiut Yoga Method for longevity through Tucker Yoga as in-person and online classes and offers Jin Shin Jyutsu/Reiki Energy Healing Sessions through Spiral Way Healing Arts.
Slowly making our way back to dancing!
Watch here for updates as they become available.
February - Square Dance for Fernleaf School. What a large energetic group of middle school kids. They were tentative at first but really threw themselves into the dancing. We all wore masks and had a great dance!
April - Inside Out School Dance. So fun to be back with this group again. Our first dance since 2019. I've been working with this group for many years as part of their outdoors camp program.
May - Serenity Knoll, Jonesborough, TN. I was happy to get to call two dances at this favorite dance hall. One a Contra Dance as part of a wedding celebration for a couple of dancers. So much FUN!
And then later in the month, I called for a Square Dance as part of the pre-Contrathon Dance Events. Awesome as always!
May - And a beautiful wedding in Weaverville. It is always a pleasure to help bring together the families and friends of the bride and groom.
June- August - Square Dancing returned to Eagles Nest Camp this summer.
This was my 21st year of calling dances for this summer camp program. Seven square dances over the course of the summer from June through August! Square Dancing at Eagles Nest is a long standing tradition that I am honored to be part of. The dances always have live music and are in an open air pavilion on their beautiful campus. I've been calling there for so long. One of the traditions is that the kids and counselors all sing the calls along with me. It is a joy to hear them singing, "Yours is fine but you give me back mine, cause I'll swing mine any ole time!" So much FUN!