Frequently Asked Questions
I don’t have any previous dance experience. Is square and round dancing still for me?
Do I need to be physically fit to square dance?
Will I have to memorize a long list of dance sequences?
Is square and round dancing only for seniors?
Absolutely not! You can enjoy square and round dancing at any age. Many of the seniors on our dance floors have been dancing for decades. There are clubs for teens and young adults in many communities across Canada.
What should I wear?
What if I don’t like Country music?
I don’t have a partner. Can I still dance?
I’ve heard about specialty dance clubs; what’s that about?
Where can I find out about dance clubs in my Province or Territory?
BC Square & Round Dance Federation
Saskatchewan Square & Round Dance Federation
Alberta Square and Round Dance Federation
Manitoba Square & Round Dance Federation
The Ontario Square and Round Dance Federation
Quebec Square & Round Dance Clubs
Square & Round Dance Association of Nova Scotia
Square & Round Dance Association of New Brunswick
Square Dancing in PEI
When is the next Square and Round Dancing Convention?
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