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Oroville Promenaders !
“Promenading” to our Hearts Content!
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Class at 6:30 and goes till 8:00 (or so) for newer dancers and “retreads” . It’s only a $5.50 per person donation for each session. Mainstream and Plus Square Dancing from 8:00 to 9:30. It’s a Full night of fun and friendship. Come join us! Families, Singles, Couples, All ages welcome. Casual attire.
SALAD BAR or SOUP NITE Dinner (depending on the season) is the Second Wednesday of each month. We have a SALAD BAR / SOUP NITE at 6:30 PM prior to dancing at 7:00 or so. It’s a great time to sit down together, share a meal together, and enjoy each others company. Normally everyone brings something to share with others. If you’re not able to bring something, please feel free to join us any way. We’d love to have you. Updated Info on this event is provided in the weekly email update. If you do not already receive the update, please sign up for it HERE.
The City of Oroville has provided a nice dancing hall for our classes and workshops at the Oroville
Centennial Cultural Center at 1931 Arlin Rhine Memorial Drive Oroville, CA 95965. (next door to the Oroville Municipal Auditorium that’s located at the corner of Montgomery & Meyers) email questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call at 530-321-0677. “Angels” and “Retreads” are appreciated.
If you like, you can view Tim’s Calling Schedule on the right side of the page under “Upcoming Events”.
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HISTORY: I began Square Dance calling in 1980 in Oroville California. The clubs I called for were the Chico State Allemanders, Sierra Steppers, and the Table Mountain Stompers. It was a busy time. Calling 3 or 4 nights a week was not unusual. I stopped calling in 1984.
My wife Liz and I re-entered the activity as “Retread” dancers in the last couple of years. That old “calling bug” was calling my name every time I stepped into a square dance hall and heard the music. After some encouragement from dancers I taught over 30 years ago and some “boundary” discussions with my wife, I decided to dust off the old microphone and begin calling again. I recently joined Callerlab, and with that comes membership in BMI and ASCAP which provide music licensing and insurance.
We’re now calling on a regular basis. As we get more calling exposure, more inquiries are coming in for party dance bookings. It’s exciting to see the dancers interest and reaction to our calling efforts. Keeping everyone fully “entertained” is something I truly strive for.
My square dance calling philosophy is to challenge the experienced dancers as much as possible while allowing the not so experienced dancers a chance to participate and grow. I enjoy the calling and the teaching. Everybody should be having as much fun as possible! We would love to see you on the dance floor!