FOR SCHOOLS & COMMUNITIES
NEW DANCER SURVEY
THE FOLLOWING ARE SOME ARTICLES AND TIPS ON PROMOTING YOUR CLUB.
This logo was designed by Zackery Turner. He is the son of a British Columbia square dance caller and lives and works in Medford, Oklahoma. Permission has been granted to edit the colours of the logo but the proportions must not be adjusted.
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School & Community Programs Resource
A Dance Program for Teachers and Community Leaders.
Fun and Fitness Come Together When Children Learn to Dance.
Moving and Grooving has been compiled and produced by Nick and Mary Anne Turner of Williams Lake, British Columbia, Canada.
Both were teachers for over 30 years in the Cariboo-Chilcotin School District of British Columbia. Along with their regular teaching assignments they often taught group dancing to students and conducted workshops for teachers.
For any teachers or Community Leaders wishing to have a Square or Round Dancing program in their community or schools, check out this valuable resource.
We are here to help, please feel free to contact us with any questions or help.
Dancing Keeps You Young
Told through the friendship of two couples, this entertaining feature explores the fun and ease of learning to be discovered in modern square dancing. It reveals the many benefits of participating in the recreation, including time together with him or her (or family if you so desire), the value of socializing, physical fitness and mental health components. Filmed near Vancouver in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia, Canada, the presentation is courtesy of the non-profit B.C. Square and Round Dance Federation. Within the province, call toll-free to locate the new dancer session nearest you at 1-800-335-9433.