RESOURCES

All manner of interesting square dance information to watch, listen to or peruse

This web page shows animation instructions for just the SSD level square dance calls.  It is simpler for new dancers to reference because it is limited in it’s scope.  For use as a reference and reminder for how a call dances. 

This web page shows animation instructions for all of the square dance calls utilized at the various square dance levels.  It depicts the calls from various formations and arrangements, from the simplest to the more  challenging.  For use as a reference and reminder for how a call dances.

Taminations is also available as an app for your phone.

A list of videos showing each square dance call on the SSD list with a teach by a caller depicting how each call is executed. These videos were put together by North Shore Squares.

A list of videos showing the remaining square dance calls on the Basic and Mainstream not covered in SSD and the PLUS calls with a teach by a caller depicting how each call is executed. These videos were put together by North Shore Squares.

A list of videos showing instruction for the SSD/Mainstream and PLUS calls put together by Saddlebrooke Squares and called by Caller Larry Kraber.  

Interested in learning to call?  Reach out to any caller for more information on finding a caller school you can attend and for mentoring.  Check out this presentation to get a sense of what you will learn.   

Current and vintage square dance recordings of various callers.  

Don’t have a caller?  You’ll find recordings you and your square of friends can dance to! 

YouTube channel managed by Dick Otis, a Northern Virginia square dancer and caller.  He personally filmed most of the videos posted on his channel at various square dance events he has attended. 

Group created by Ray Owens, an Ohio based square dancer.  Posts contain videos or links to videos from square dance events. 

The rich story of North American square dance

The world’s largest square dance organization in the world. The only national dancer’s association organized by dancers for dancers and operated by dancers. 

The ARTS was formed to bring together the diverse groups making up the ‘greater’ American Folk Dance community. It functions in an advocacy role.

A publication that reaches into the home of every square dance enthusiast in the world with the sole purpose of growing modern western square dancing.  

A site that markets square dance to the non-dancing public with high quality videos and pictures. 

Huge resource with all kinds of square dance related topics:  Events, clubs, definitions, software, flashcards, choreography, etc. 

Square Dance apparel