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High Mountain Hall
5 Mountain Street
PO Box 1366
Camden, Maine 04843

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New Classes at the Hall

Posted on April 2, 2014

This spring we have added a number of new classes to the schedule, and we plan to keep on growing!  To see an overview of all our new offerings follow this link to our latest newsletter!

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May 30th Fifth Friday Contradance

Posted on March 31, 2014

On Friday, May 30th we will be hosting another 5th Friday Contradance.  Headlining the show will be the Steampacket in collaboration with caller Kim Roberts.  A portion of the proceeds from this dance will go to Peopleplace Cooperative School of Rockport.

We will start the dance with a lesson for beginners, so don’t be afraid to come out even if you have never tried contradancing!

Date: Friday, May 30th, 2014

Time: Beginner’s Lesson at 7 p.m., Dance begins at 7:30 p.m.

Cost: $10 for teens (13-17) / $12 for adults (18 and older) / Kids 12 and younger get in free! Tickets will be available at the door.

This dance is Chem Free.

Friday Morning Stretch and Tone Classes

Posted on March 12, 2014

During April, bring a friend to Stretch and Tone at High Mountain Hall in Camden and you will both receive 50% off the walk-in rate. This is a great chance to check out the class and an excellent way to begin the day!

Stretch and Tone is a low impact workout suitable for all ages and body types and the exercises can be modified for all levels and abilities. The class is designed to help increase flexibility while also toning your muscles and burning fat so you can more easily do the things you love. The exercises are also good for developing strength and improving muscle tone, posture, coordination, and body alignment. If you want to get fit and flexible, this is the class for you!

The drop in rate is $10-$12 on a sliding scale.  Stretch and Tone is taught by Laurie Wolfrum who first took a stretch class as a young child as part of her classical ballet and jazz training. She has found that the benefits of flexibility have proven helpful not only for dancing, but for day-to-day tasks and keeping up with her four children.


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MidCoast Swings continues the 4th Saturday Swing Series

Posted on February 28, 2014

MidCoast Swing’s Last Saturday Swing Series Continues with a Swing Dance and Lindy Hop classes on Saturday March 29th, 2014.

Swing Dance, 7:00-10:00 pm

Featuring crossover music for all styles of swing. Open to the community. No partners or experience necessary! Beginners review the basics of east coast swing at the FREE lesson with Cynthia Simonds. Guest DJs, Chuck Piper and Cynthia Simonds, will inspire your east coast swing, west coast swing, and lindy hop, plus a little blues, a little soul, and a waltz or two. Just $7 includes the lesson, refreshments and door prizes. You will love dancing in the beautiful High Mountain Hall!

Lindy Hop Boot Camp, 2:00-6:00 pm

Lindy Hop is the grandfather of all swing dances. Come find out why this is such a popular swing dance all over the world!

2:00-3:00 “The Roots of Lindy”, an African dance class with Shana Bloomstein!

3:15-4:30 “Meet Lindy”, Signature moves, partner connection, and body movement of authentic lindy hop.

4:45-6:00 “Jazz up your Lindy”, Integrate vintage jazz steps into your partner dance!

Katie Tranzillo has 15+ years of experience teaching swing, and specializes in Lindy Hop. Shana Bloomstein is a performer and choreographer who specializes in African dance. These workshops will inspire and challenge all levels of dancers, beginners to advanced.


All-in: 3 workshops and dance – $35

Three workshops – $30

Two workshops – $22

One workshop – $12

Dance, includes beginner lesson – $7


For more information:

Katie Tranzillo, 203-915-9371

Click here to watch a lindy hop demonstration.

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New Beginnings at High Mountain Hall

Posted on January 22, 2014

2014 will bring some interesting changes to High Mountain Hall.  Beauty Mark Spa has moved to a new location, at 40 Washington St. in Camden.  We are very excited to be expanding what we do, while also seeking a business or businesses that will be compatible with our whole vision of health and community.

Open Invitation:

If you know of someone wanting to teach a class, lead a workshop or hold a meeting, please refer them to HMH.  The first floor space is ideal for slightly smaller groups, in addition to the Hall, itself.

Stay Tuned:

As our plans for the first floor evolve, we have our community needs and wishes in mind – and we would be pleased to hear any ideas or feedback you may have.

Downstairs Space