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Great Plain Squares

Needham, Massachusetts







        


Join Great Plain Squares this Square Dance season in the beautiful new hall at the Carter Methodist Church.
 
              


Current Information


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IMPORTANT NOTICE


Directions to our club dancing location have changed. The location is the same but the exit number has changed.

New exit number is 19C

Please approach carefully since the ramp pattern keeps changing. Also be aware that Google maps may still use the words 19B even if the sign says 19C.



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Snowflake Ball Dance

How is your class doing? Are they having fun dancing? Bring them to our annual Snowflake Ball Class level Dance. Always a fun evening of dancing.

Date: January 20, 2018
Caller: Bob Butler
Cuer: Scott Cohen
Time: 8:00 pm to 11:00 pm
Location: Carter Memorial Church
                  800 Highland Avenue
                  Needham MA


  Snowflake Ball Dance Flyer click here


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About our club 


Great Plain Squares extends a warm welcome to mainstream and plus level Square Dancers. We dance from September thru May at our regular Wednesday dances. We dance plus from 8:15 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. (with rounds). 


If you are a mainstream dancer you can come help angel the class from 7:00 - 8:15 or come to our Saturday dances which have alternating mainstream and plus tips.

Come join us for some great dancing!


Join us Wednesdays in the fall!


Club Caller: Bob Butler
Club Cuers: Phil Gatchell  and Scott Cohen

Wednesday night dancing is at:

Carter Methodist Church
800 Highland Avenue
Needham MA
 

Mail:

Richard Lane
419 East Street
Dedham, MA 02026-3019

E-mail: GreatPlainSquares@yahoo.com
Phone: 781-326-2014


See our dance schedule for specific information.


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New Dancer Information



What are you doing on Wednesdays from September thru May?

Why not come down and visit our club and have a fun time! We feature round dancing and square dancing. We have the benefit of Bob Butler's great calling. We also enjoy Phil Gatchell and Scott Cohen. These are our round dance cuers.


Square dance classes start in September

This is a picture of our graduating class of 2012 doing Gemini dancing!


Gemini Dancing

To learn more about classes or our club contact us by email: GreatPlainSquares@yahoo.com


For the Class Handbook you can view it here.

For the Class Schedule you can view it here.

For the Class FAQ you can view it here.



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Reading and Video Library



Did you know that even Zumba Dancers like square dancing. Check this link.


Have you ever heard "The Duo" call an exciting dance? New England Square Dance Convention 2009 in Sturbridge MA. Ted Lizotte and Paul Cote are rocking the dance floor with their "Hot to Trot" singing call. Take a look and enjoy. Click here


Everyone loves an award. The past president of Great Plain Squares received an award in 2010. It was the "Local Legend Award" This is an award given to prominent dancers that add so much to our activity. He serves an active role in square dancing and is always promoting square dancing. He is very honored to receive this award. Here is a link to his award given by the Square Dance foundation of New England. (SDFNE). Click here.


Square dancing is good for you. Read an article on WebMD that talks about the healthy benefits of square dancing. WebMD article about square dance click here.


The Wall Street Journal is into Square Dancing. Here is an article that was in the December 16, 2009 issue. It talks about the image of square dancing and attracting younger dancers. Click Wall Street Journal for the article.


Have you ever seen Tractor Square Dancing? NO! Well click here for the video. Or, to see a good example of Mainstream dancing check out this Youtube video.