The National Executive Committee is the governing body of the annual National Square Dance Convention. Read the Frequently Asked Questions for an interesting look into what is known as "the World's Greatest Square Dance Event!"
The American Callers Association (ACA) is the second largest association of square dance callers in the United States. ACA is a non-profit organization with headquarters at Muscle Shoals, Alabama. ACA has members in the United States, Canada, Europe and New Zealand. Among other things, the organization provides accredited caller training and affordable BMI/ASCAP licensing and liability insurance for dance events.
As an organization of square dance callers, part of Callerlab's mission is to provide education and guidance to callers...to foster the art of square dance calling, and improve caller skills.
All-around support in Oklahoma for folk dancing: square dance, round dance, clogging and contra. The Association provides assistance for clubs, callers, cuer/instructors and is responsible for the yearly Square Dance Jamboree.
Visit the Internet home of the Oklahoma Square Dance Federation! If you are visiting the Sooner State, let them know and they'll help you find a dance while you're here. They have hosted 4 National Conventions, 1955, 1978, 1989 and 2003.
The UNITED SQUARE DANCERS OF AMERICA, INC. (USDA) was formed on June 26, 1981, during the National Square Dance Convention held in Seattle, Washington, and has grown to the size that approaches the representation of 310,000 dancers throughout the United States. USDA is an organization formed by dancers, for dancers, and is under the operational control of dancers.
The mission of ROUNDALAB is to foster the art of round dancing by improving cueing skills and teacher excellence through education, standardization and cooperation with other dance organizations.
The largest compilation of everykind of Square Dance information: articles, clubs, callers and cuers, checker cheats (it's not what you think), events, records, resources...all laboriously organized into a well-displayed, informative, searchable form. Perhaps one of the best resources on the net today.
Where's the Dance is helping folks dance around the world, one club at a time. Very nice resource if you're traveling. The information is only as current as the club updates the site.
was a square dance club that danced for 50 years in the Tulsa, Oklahoma area. In 2011, they shut their doors. In their honor, this site is a resource for square dancers in Oklahoma and neighboring states.
is a sanctioned club in the Saddlebrooke community of northwest Tucson, Arizona. This site has a strong library of online video square dance lessons.