Ballroom Instructions in North Bay


Starting January 7th 2019
Mondays @ 7:30PM-8:30pm 


Ecole St.Raymond North Bay

Non-dancers welcomed! We’ll teach you how to move!

Learn to Bachata, Merengue, Cha-Cha, Kazumba and Salsa.

For the ladies out there who are planning a Caribbean vacation, are planning to hit the dance floor at a club or event, these are the places you can use your new dance moves.

If you’re going to the Dominican Republic, the Merengue and Bachata will come in handy or Salsa and Cha-Cha if you are hitting Cuba. Latin dance is essential to learn for any occasion.​



New programs will be announced January 2019

Our Mission is to share our love of dance in our community.

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Call 705-478-7994​​

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Meet Your Instructors

Jim Croskery

Jim started line dancing about 22 years ago, and went on to do some country couples dancing. From there, he took five ballroom dance sessions and fell in love with dancing. After that he started taking professional dance lessons in Ottawa 18 years ago, and began teaching on a part-time basis for the same length of time. 

Joany loves to dance and loves to teach. She experiences continued success in the dance industry and enjoys sharing her passion for dancing with her students. Training with Jim and professional dance coaches has helped Joany to create an encouraging and fun environment for students.


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North Bay Ballroom is in association to Feminicity. To learn more about Feminicity, visit

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