Heritage Center Dangles

The sign in desk is the first thing as you go in. Please sign the book so we have a count of the number of visitors. Include your address and be sent a Heritage Center Dangle for your collection. This is a new addition to the Heritage Center.

One of the things you should check out in the Heritage Center is the rack with the badges and dangles.

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It seems that square dancers can make an event out of any occasion.
They  have a dangle for any silly thing you can think of.

Has anybody 'Mummified the Caller' recently?
The rules, if you can call them that, are simple. 
Right after the caller starts you rush up on stage and start turning him into a mummy with toilet paper. It works best if you have three people and two rolls of TP.
 (Voice of Experience) Just pass the rolls around the caller as fast as you can.
You can’t cover his eyes or get between him and the dancers. He has to see the action. On his part he has to keep calling no matter what you are doing.
The dancers who do the job get the dangle.

WARNING - Callers will get even,
someday, somehow, somewhere.

The dangle display can give you all sorts of ideas for dance themes and silly stunts. Or it may give you an idea for a new craziness. There really aren’t any 'rules' except for the ones you decide on.

You can get a dangle for dancing in an odd place. Elevators - freight elevators work best. Use a recording of the caller. Rest rooms - the echos off the tile walls make it sound weird. Caves have a lot of echos also. Dancing on TV earns you the right to wear a 'Star' dangle.

Tiger Mountian is the place to order dangles. Rod Alex has a lot of designs and if you have a new idea he will make a new design. He and his wife are dancers so you don’t have to explain why you need a dangle or exactly what you are up to. 206-271-5639 or rod@tmengraving.com

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