The LSDA was started in 1969 and keeps the individual square dance clubs of Louisiana in communication with each other for support, education, insurance, and national news.
Sharpens the mind through memorization
Exercises the body through motion
Brings the warmth of family through social contact.
Keeps you active and engaged through regular gatherings and socials
The UNITED SQUARE DANCERS OF AMERICA, INC. (USDA) was formed on June 26, 1981, during the National Square Dance Convention held in Seattle, Washington, and has grown to the size that approaches the representation of 310,000 dancers throughout the United States.
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The ARTS mission is to generate public awareness and promote growth and acceptance of contemporary Square, Round and Traditional Folk Dance by encouraging and assisting a coalition of allied dance groups. The ARTS will provide leadership and resources necessary to create an achievable marketing program. The ARTS will encourage, promote and support healthy lifestyles through dance programs and events that provide fun and effective exercise for both mind and body, all within a unique system of social interaction.
International Association of Square Dance Callers We are an international organization of square dance callers. Our mission statement is “To foster the art of square dance calling, and improve caller skills”. We fulfill this mission by providing guidance and education, certifying caller coaches, maintaining standardized lists of calls and definitions, and generally promoting the square dance activity”
Pelican dances on Thursdays but please check the website as the day may change.
Classes are held before each dance.
Ozone Squares Dance on Monday nights from 7:30-9:30 (Except Quarter dances)
See the full calendar of dances by following link to our website.
Tammany Twirlers dance on Saturday nights with early rounds at 7:30, dancing from 8:00-10:00. Click below for more info.
Southern Swingers dances once a month on the 2nd Saturday. Click below for more information and contacts.
Dances once a month on the 1st Saturday. Contact Carolyn Barger at firstname.lastname@example.org
Y-knots dance on Thursday nights
Patricia Connell (985) 974-4742
Baton Rouge, LA
Andy and Algie Petrere, caller and taw.
Castoffs dance on Thursday nights, but please call for more information. (225) 261-6143
Camping & Dancing Group
Four campouts per year, usually 2 in Livingston, 2 in Colfax.
For more information call (TBD)
Mark & Hong Cross, email@example.com
50th LSDA Convention
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