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square dance

Chiefly US and Canadian any of various formation dances, such as a quadrille, in which the couples form squares
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In the late 1970s, with Stella on the keyboard, Hilt started his own round and square dance band, the Sidekicks.
The schedule of dance events at the 2007 Farm Show includes: - Square Dance Parade, Square Dance Contest and Exhibitions - Monday, Jan.
Saturday highlights will include demonstrations by the Yellow Rock Cloggers and the Valley Carousel Round Dancers, and Sunday will feature a Wolf River Area Square Dance Jamboree with 11 different callers, cuers and prompters
Hayloft Steppers Square Dance Club Free Fun Nights, 5:15-6:15 p.
In fact, if you go to a square dance where there's an energetic caller, "You can work up a real sweat," she said.
GRANADA HILLS - The Trail Dusters Square Dance Club of Calabasas will host an afternoon of square and round dancing from 1 to 5 p.
Two spiral galaxies are locking arms in an elegant but violent cosmic square dance.
Both are former members of the Route F Twirlers Square Dance Club and the Wagon Wheelers Square Dance Club.
Among the dance styles represented at the festival were Greek Syrtos, presented by members of the Orchesis Center for Dance and Movement in Bayridge, Brooklyn; Jewish calendrical Celebratory dances; Levantine Debkeh of Lebanon, Palestine, and Syria taught by Sheren Attal, director of the Arab American Association's Salem Debkeh youth troupe; a traditional wedding Sherpa dance from Himalayan Nepal introduced by the United Sherpa Association; Swedish children's dances by Karin and Peter Norrman of the Swedish Folkdancers of New York; American square dance led by a master caller for Brooklyn's Al'e'Mo Squares Square Dance Club; and African American ring-shout from the Gullah Islands taught by Brooklyn dancer Angela Gittens.
All the people with WTA badges scurrying around the bowels of Staples Center on Saturday will insist there's still $1 million of the organization's money to hand over to whomever comes out as the winner of this year-end, round-robin square dance.
Join Commodore for its 1997 Square Dance theme cruise.
The dances at first came from the Soviet Union, but from 1955 onward, as his ensemble embarked more and more on foreign tours profitable both in political propaganda and Western currency, the Moiseyev Ensemble would embrace token ethnic dances from other cultures--even, on occasion, an American square dance.