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Come dancing the 2nd and 4th Fridays, with Sylvan Squares and caller Marty Northrup.
6:30 Workshop & "Smooth Styling"
7:00 - 9:00 Mainstream, Plus and Line
9:00-9:30 Hex Workshop (This is open to all experienced mainstream or plus dancers. No hex dancing experience is required. It does require 12 interested dancers and a separate $5.00 charge per couple/ $3.00 charge per single.)
See "Events" tab for more details.
35TH ANNIVERSARY DANCE
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10.
TIM MARRINER WILL BE CALLING, SO SAVE THE DATE!
Why Square Dance?
It Makes You Feel Good!
It gets you out of the house and with a group of friends and neighbors who are looking for laughter and enjoyment. Mistakes - and there can be many - are part of the fun because everyone, no matter the skill level or amount of experience, makes them. Opportunities to dance abound at Sylvan Squares, other clubs in WNC or almost anywhere around the world, and at such community events as Brevard's Founders' Day celebration.
And It's Good for You Too!
Square dancing is not particularly physically challenging but it burns calories - 200 to 400 per half hour. It helps keep dancers mentally sharp, too, as it requires learning the basic calls through instruction and practice and how to follow the ever changing combinations of calls created by our callers.
Co- presidents, Susan Swan and Betsy Robson along with treasurer, Jim Robson attend the National Convention.
"A SMILE ON YOUR FACE HELPS YOUR FEET WORK BETTER."
Pictures from the 6th Annual White Squirrel Twirl
A Line Dance Picture from our Dance on April 26. (See more pictures on the Photos page.)
Here we are dancing for Transylvania County's 150th Anniversary Celebration in Brevard.
Our Have a Heart dance collected over $300 in cash and 232 pounds of household cleaning supplies and canned food for Sharing House, a Transylvania County-wide charitable organization. Sharing House will make them available to needy families throughout the county. Here are the cleaning supplies, canned goods, and checks being delivered to Angela Leopard, Sharing House's client services manager, by Bill Strang, Sylvan Squares' then presidident.