Without a doubt, COVID-19 has changed the scope of life as we knew it. We're now wearing masks in public, using gloves as needed, washing our hands excessively, using hand sanitizer when there's no sink around, changing clothes as soon as we come home from work, and so on.

We've gone numerous weeks without eating out, worshipping in congregations, going to the gym, and getting hair and nails groomed.

As restrictions are lifted and people begin to go back to some of the things enjoyed before the virus, there are still some apprehensions about being in proximity with others.

It's kind of hard to hit a dance floor and still maintain social distancing. And if there's one thing people of all ages and backgrounds enjoy, it's dancing!

Dancing provides a relief from everything else going on in the world. It's just you, the music, and sometimes your dance partner(s).

One of our favorite pasttimes is line dancing. EVERYBODY line dances! Whether it's to country music, the Latin-inspired Zumba, or rap and R&B, simply learning the basic steps and the beat of the song makes everyone a dancer.

So, this is one aspect of life that has been missed... Unless you take part in online gatherings like this one:

One such event takes place Tuesday evening! The BE Creative Arts Center will host a virtual Soul Line Dance party to celebrate its four years in business. You are invited to join from the privacy of your own home, or if you can plan a gathering while practicing social distancing, it might be a fun way to break up the monotony while getting in a bit of fitness as well.

The live stream will begin at 7:00 pm CST with the instruction portion beginning five minutes later. For more information, click here!

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