Whirls and Twirls Square Dance
Our local square dance club offers many opportunities for exercise, socializing and fun! The group meets to dance on the 2 nd and 4 th Thursday of each month between October and April. Memb ers come from throughout the region.
Whirls & Twirls dancers participate in competitions and showcases throughout the province during their season. The group is also known for community support and participate in community events. The club receives funding annually from Saskatchewan Lotteries for special dances, holding lessons and operations. Dances are promoted throughout the year via Access Communications.
Programming offered by the Whirls & Twirls is designed for dancers at all skill levels. Parti cipants will learn the types of dances (square and round), and patterns (Spin the Top, Ferris Wheel, Load the Boat, Tea Cup Chain and Acey Deucy). Lunch follows each dance.
Available upon registration - please refer to the contact information listed on the right
$60 for 12 lessons
- Small group settings
- Participants integrated into the club quickly
- Receive encouragement from experienced dancers
- Modern dancers may wear traditional costumes/ most wear street clothes
- Lunch to follow each lesson
Marvin and Sharon Dales began Square dancing in 2002. Marvin became interested in Square Dance Calling and in 2006 and 2007, he attended Caller School at Wetaskewin Alberta and Yellowstone USA. Marvin has called dances in many communities including Fiske, Lloydminster, Luseland, North Battleford, Ruthilda, Unity, Moose Jaw, Swift Current and Kindersley.