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Intro to Square Dance

2018-09-12 02:56:33.358215+00 by Dan Lyke 0 comments

A few years ago we discovered square dancing, just about the time that the Petaluma square dance club folded. I (formerly an "I hate dancing" person) liked it so much I became a caller. We're tired of driving out of town to dance, and want to build a community around square dancing here in Petaluma, with a new take (which partly means it ain't all gonna be fiddle and bass music).

On Thursday September 20th at the Hermann Sons Hall, 860 Western Ave, Petaluma CA, we'll have the first of a series of introductions to square dancing. Come alone. Bring friends. Drag along your partner even though they think they hate dancing. We're LGBTQ and straight friendly.

The event is free (though we'll accept donations to cover hall rental and such). We'll likely do a couple of these using slightly different sets of calls each time to keep it fresh and then figure out where we're going with it, so come by and dance and say "hi"!

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