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Patrick Stamer

chicagocountry2002@ yahoo.com

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Dancers Available for Any Event!!

DJ Available for Any Event ~ Any Music Style

Contact CountryPat 773-339-5670

chicagocountrymail@yahoo.com

Avoca West School's 

"Hoedown Throwdown"  Father / Daughter Dance

CountryPat

on WGN

Group & Private Lessons

Line & Couples Dancing


Kick your party into high gear!

Parties & Events


Private Parties

Anniversaries & Weddings

Graduations 

Corporate Functions
Fund Raisers

CountryPat & Reva Goodman

on WGN

Just email CountryPat to set it up!!

chicagocountrymail@yahoo.com

New Class Dates Are Coming!

But in the meanwhile, you can contact me to set up your own group class:


YOU can pick the day you prefer, & I will try to arrange it. There is a 5 student minimum for a class, so if you can, get your friends together, & pick your day! Class date will be posted so others can join too! If you have a group, you can also do an individual group lesson if you prefer.

Check out this smokin' video!

Party til the Cows Come Home ~ Rachele Lynae

Also, private instruction is available for individuals

or couples. Or book a one-time group lesson at

your party or event!

Be sure to catch CountryPat's TV appearance!

June 15th ~ 'You and Me in the Morning'


   CountryPat will be on 'You and Me in the Morning' on channel 26,
   talking with Aly Bocker, one of the show's hosts, and will be
   including a line dance demo.

   The segment is in conjunction with the Ryan Licht Sang Bipolar
   Foundation's Gone Country event coming up on Thursday, June 25th,
   at which CountryPat will be featured, teaching line dancing.

Check it out!

CHICAGO COUNTRY

Where To Learn & Where To Dance In Chicago

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