About Us

OUR CLUB * OUR LESSONS * OUR CALLER

About Our Club

Leduc Square Dance is the online presence of the Happy Homesteaders Square Dance Club, founded in September 1981 in New Sarepta.  The first club dance was held in October, 1981

We run a number of programs to serve our members and to give back to the community, including

  • Introduction to Square Dance
  • Introductory Cued Ballroom Dancing
  • Club Dances at various levels
  • A wide variety of music and a relaxed dress code
  • A New Dancer Jamboree for the Leduc area
  • Homesteader Night, a dinner and dance for the local square dance community (may not be held in 2022-3 season; we might belatedly celebrate our 40th Anniversary)
  • S.T.A.R.S. Benefit dance, open to the community, where we typically raise around $1500 for the Shock Trauma Air Rescue Society.  Come and enjoy our dancing and give a donation to help keep STARS in the sky.
  • Christmas Tour to entertain at seniors residences
  • Occasional Social Activities

The club is actively seeking members — couples, singles, families (yes, bring the kids but expect them to take part), youth, seniors.  Anyone who enjoys moving to music, is friendly, wants to have fun, is willing to listen, learn, and laugh is fully qualified!  

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Our Executive for 2022-23

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Committees and Other

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About Our Lessons

We meet Wednesdays, 6:45 to 9:00 pm, from late September to late April.  Come and give us a try starting on September 21, 2022 or January 4, 2023.   You may register up to two weeks late but the full fee will still be due.  Fee is $90 for 13 sessions in each term, plus a mandatory one-time $20 club membership to cover insurance and registration.  [Information was correct at the time of posting but subject to change for Term Two]

About Our Caller

We are pleased to welcome international professional caller Gary Winter to our club for this season. 

Only eight when he started square dancing in 1984, Gary soon decided he wanted to be a caller.  He called for a teen club in 1988, and over the years has called for nine different clubs.

A popular and entertaining caller and recording artist, Gary has traveled throughout western Canada and the western USA and parts of Europe for special events and festivals as well as several provincial, national, and world conventions.

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