Our caller is
Our Club President is
All dances are held at
Rogue Valley Square Dance Center. 3377 Table Rock Road, Medford, OR.
The second Friday we
have a Plus A-1 Dance. A-1 Dance starts at 6:30 to 7:30-. 7:30-8:00
pre-rounds 8:00- Plus with every third tip A-1
The third Friday we
have a Mainstream Dance with every third tip Plus. Dance starts at 6:30 Advanced 7:30
pre-rounds, 8:00 Mainstream and Plus.
Our classes are held at
the Square Dance Center Medford OR
Promenanders: Traditional Dress definition or Casual
as defined below. Dress code to be put on all flyers
and posted at RVSDC.
Charlie Browns: Traditional,
Proper/Basic, Casual as defined below. Dress Code to
be put on all flyers and posted in JCSDC Fairgrounds).
Circle n' Square:
Traditional, Proper and Casual definitions from USDA and Caller Lab.
Dress code to be put on all flyers and posted in Square Dance Hall
Traditional, Proper/Basic, Casual and Theme as defined below.
Dress code to be put on all flyers and posted at RVSDC.
Square Dance style dress or skirt with blouse/top and petticoat and
petti-pants or prairie type long skirts with blouse/top for women. Long sleeve shirts and ties for men with
nice jeans or western style slacks.
Long or short sleeve shirts for men, short sleeve blouses/tops for
women. Square Dance style dress or skirt prairie type long skirts,
nice jeans or slacks for men and women. No tie required.
Male - T-shirts with sleeves, polo shirts etc with short sleeves. Pants:
length no shorter than just above the knee. No tank tops.
Female - Blouses, t-shirts
with sleeves etc with no bare backs or midriffs Pants: Bermudas, petal
pushers or long pants. Skirts: no shorter than top of knee or above knee must
wear petti-pants. No revealing or see
through clothing. No spandex, hi-cut shorts, bare midriff tops, tank tops
or muscle shirts).
Using the casual guidelines and adding items that fit the theme of the
dance. It can always be more toward traditional, but not less than
Please dress according to
We have a wonderful
heritage to look back on, who can tell what the future will bring.
Evolution and changes can be good, but let's not allow changes from such
a beautifully exquisite tradition to deteriorate to street, work and
business level of sameness.
We must always keep
flexibility in mind as not everyone picks up a flyer before each dance and
those who are visiting may not know the suggested level of attire for
any given dance.
Dress code to be put on all flyers