An article in the SF Chronicle.
Berkeley Folk Dancers might be 65, but age is no limit at this lively club where wallflowers aren't welcome
Michael Wade Simpson, Special to The Chronicle
Thursday, July 27, 2006
"There's no stress here," said Al George, the septuagenarian disc jockey and longtime Berkeley folk dancer, at the organization's community outreach open house on Friday. "Tango Paquito, honey," interrupted his wife, Claire, 73, who had rushed back from folk dance camp in Stockton just in time to help teach the tango and other dances to the assembled group of a few dozen veterans and curious newcomers.