Square Dance Association of Wisconsin
A 501 (C)(3) Organization

Square Dance Association of WI
The Square Dance Association of Wisconsin (SDA-WI) is a non-profit, cultural, and educational organization founded to preserve and promote traditional square dance, round dance, contra dance, and related activities in the State of Wisconsin. One of the activities involves conducting a yearly convention located in a different location each year. They also assist in the formation and development of square and round dance groups in the state, where currently there are 37 clubs dancing in the state of Wisconsin. The association is made up of club members from around the state. A committee functions alongside delegates from each area of the state. Both callers and dancers are represented. SDAW By-laws

What is Square Dancing?
Square dancing is a social dance with English, French, and Scots-Irish roots, brought to America with the first 13 colonies. You dance in squares of eight dancers (usually 4 men and 4 ladies). Four couples form a "square" and dance a pattern of figures as directed by the "caller". Movements are smooth, rhythmic, graceful and easy to learn. As a rule you dance a tip (two songs) lasting around 10 to 12 minutes and then rest.
Upcoming Events
Events have been cancelled temporarily due to the corona virus

2020 Convention - CANCELLED
Due to the corona virus and school availability, the 2020 WI State Convention has been cancelled.

Recent News
Caller Randy Tans has passed away
April 2020
Randy Tans passed away on April 14th, due to corona virus complications.

Bob and June Myklebust
Due to unforseen medical bills Bob and June need all our help. The next SDAW Jamboree will be a fundraiser for them.
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Application Deadline Approaching!
Nominations are due by December 31, 2019 for
Janelle Mueller
Janelle passed away September 27, 2019. Ron & Janelle were the General Chairmen for the 2015 Convention in North Fond du Lac.