Lessons Start in September!

 

North Spokane Dance Center

     7424 N. Freya St., Spokane, WA

FREE Intro to Squares Dance

Nothing to bring or buy

 Friday September 11- 7 to 10 pm

Intro not required to start lessons

Tuesday, September 15, 2020 - 6:30 to 9 pm

Beginner Square Dance - No experience needed

     Wild Rose Ramblers, Caller: Rob Krum (509) 768-7777

 

Thursday, September  24, 2020 - 7 to 9 pm

Beginner Square Dance - No experience needed    

Jacks & Jennys, Caller: Bob Amsbury  (509) 328-5175

 

Western Dance Center

1901 N Sullivan Rd, Spokane Valley, WA

FREE Intro to Squares Dance

Nothing to bring or buy

 Friday September 11- 7 to 10 pm

Intro not required to start lessons

Monday, September  14, 2020 - 7:15 to 9:30 pm

Beginner Round Dance -No experience needed

Choreographed  Ballroom Style

Two-Step &  Waltz will be the first rhythms taught

Cuer: Claudia Amsbury  (509) 328-5175

 

Wednesday, September 16, 2020 - 7 to 9 pm

Beginner Square Dance - No experience needed   

StarShooters, Caller: Dan Preedy (509) 270-9264

Wren Pierson Building

165 4th Street, Cheney WA

Wednesday, September 16, 2020 - 7 to 9 pm

Beginner Square Dance - No experience needed   

Hi-Flyers, Caller: Adam Christman (406) 871-0607

Harding Family Center

411 North 15th Street, Coeur d'Alene ID

Wednesday, September 1, 2020 - 7 to 9 pm

Beginner Square Dance - No experience needed

     Coeurly Q's, Caller: Rob Krum (509) 768-7777

- Plus Level Dance Workshop -

Western Dance Center

1901 N Sullivan Rd, Spokane Valley, WA

East Spokane Grange

1621 N. Park Rd. Spokane WA

 

Every Tuesday, Plus Level 7pm

     Callers: Adam Christman & Doug Davis   

     (208) 772-7173

- Advanced Dance Workshop -

North Spokane Dance Center

     7424 N. Freya St., Spokane WA

Every Monday, 

    Starting September 23, 2020 -  8pm  

     Phantom Squares Caller: Dan Preedy

     (509) 270-9264

Every Sunday,

     Staring October 6, 2020? - 6 to 8 pm

     Wooden Nickels, Caller: Doug Davis

     (509) 979-2607

Why Square Dance?

The 6 GOOD F's

- FUN -

 Smiles issued at the door. Laughter required.   No penalty box, no time out, no one is counting errors. A mini-vacation for your thoughts, just dance! That is the entire purpose of square dancing. No one is a winner but more importantly, no one is a loser. Everyone dances just for the joy of moving to the music together. All types of music are used. If it has a good strong beat it can be a square dance. The cost of square dancing is kept as low as possible so it can be enjoyed by everyone!

 

- FRIENDSHIP -

 Square dancing is done by all sorts of people who have nothing else in common other than their love of the dance. 'Shop talk' is never a problem at a square dance because people have so many different back grounds.

 

- FAMILY -

 Ages 10 -100 - Everyone dances together. Children who are too young to dance can come and play in the dining area. A safe, bright, clean environment. Singles welcome, partners are encouraged, but not required. This is a life long activity.

 

- FOCUS -

 Engage your brain cells to follow the calls. Simon Says, to music, in teams, with everyone moving together. The dances are not memorized, just the calls are learned. The sequence of the calls is changing all of the time. Your next move depends on the call and where you are in the square. You must be completely focused on the dance to complete the action.

 

- FOOTSTEPS -

 9 to 10,000 steps in an evening. Low impact aerobics with arm movements. Laughter is good for your lungs. This is a lot more fun than just walking around the block. The turning and arm movements increase balance.

 

- FREQUENCY -

 There is a dance every Friday & Saturday night in the Spokane Area. With 22 clubs in the area somebody is always doing something. Square dance around the world. Calls are always in English. Smiles are   universal.

 

Spokane Area Council, Spokane WA