Baker Square Dance Council
The Mount Baker Square Dance Council promotes square and round dancing in the north Puget Sound region of Washington State (WA). Serving Snohomish County, Skagit County, Whatcom County, Island County and San Juan County.
This site contains information on Square Dance Clubs, Dance Schedules, New Dancer Lessons and Level Dances in our region, and much more. Navigate to your areas of interest by clicking (your mouse) on the buttons in the left margin or clicking on the "hyperlinked" text or graphics.
CALLERLAB (International Association of Square Dance Callers) and ROUNDALAB (International Association of Round Dance Teachers, Inc.) have web sites with a lot of information for square dancers and round dancers.
For those of you who may be interested in getting started in square dancing, we have a flier (pdf document) which you can download from the "Fliers" page which has some information about square dancing and lessons. Also, be sure to see our lessons page, which lists the current dates and times for lessons offered by the square dance clubs in the Mt. Baker Square Dance Council. Also see You2CanDance.com or watch a square dance demonstration video.
"All Around Dancer" Fun Dangle
On April 17, 1979, the square dance became the official Washington state dance. When the pioneers came west, they brought with them a dance called the quadrille, which means square in French. The pioneers liked the simpler term and so the square dance was born. The dance is known for its series of figures and footwork. Dancers are directed by a caller. It is easy to learn, a good form of exercise and fun.
Dance License Plates
Be sure to send us your new plate number and identify your city
and club name. You can send this information to the Program Coordinator:
Dick & Bonnie Blewett by
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Ila Williams Memorial Award
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Roy & Geri Johnson