• Submitted by: admin on Sun, 09/25/2016 - 7:48:PM
  • Submitted by: mikerrtx on Mon, 09/19/2016 - 10:32:PM

    Mainstream classes will begin with registration at our Fun Night October 4, 6:30-9:00 pm with classes beginning October 11, 7:00 PM. Classes are being taught by Al Frazier and Traylor Walker and we welcome singles, couples, teens and families.

  • Submitted by: mikerrtx on Sun, 09/18/2016 - 2:55:PM

    The Teen Scholarship Dance has been rescheduled for Nov 5 2016. See the details & flyer attached.

  • Submitted by: mikerrtx on Sat, 09/17/2016 - 10:26:PM
  • Submitted by: mikerrtx on Mon, 08/29/2016 - 9:03:PM
  • Submitted by: mikerrtx on Sun, 08/28/2016 - 5:28:PM

    he Lambdas are offering PLUS lessons from 7:30-8:30 each Monday evening from September 12 through November 21. The location is Gethsemane Lutheran Church, 200 W Anderson Lane, rear entrance.

    Singles are encouraged and dress is casual. The cost is $35 per person for the entire program. For more information, contact the club at

    Yellow rocks!

  • Submitted by: mikerrtx on Sun, 08/28/2016 - 2:34:PM

    All lesson dates are subject to change so call the club for exact times.
    If you see "Read more", be sure to click it to see the full list of lessons!
    See the Club Information page for locations and more

    Buckles & Bows - 512-219-9258
    Lessons begin Thursday Sept 22, 2016

    Come 'N' Take It Squares - 830-203-9290
    Lessons begin Oct 10, 2016

    Clickety Cloggers, see announcement here
    Lessons start date not set 

    Country Cuzzins - 830-613-0277
    Lessons begin Jan 2017

    FunDancers -
    Plus lessons begin Sept 11, 2016 end Nov 2016

    La Grange Roadrunners - 979-836-3585, see announcement here
    Lessons begin Oct 2016

    Lone Star Lambdas - 210-363-5471, see announcement here
    Plus lessons begin Sept 12, 2016 11 sessions $35

    Shirts & Skirts - 512-255-8417
    Plus lessons begin Sept 7, 2016 7:00-8:00PM

  • Submitted by: mikerrtx on Sat, 07/30/2016 - 7:40:PM

    The Waterloo Squares begin their next set of Beginner (Mainstream level) and Plus level Square Dance lessons on August 11th and continue on Thursday nights. Beginner lessons start at 7pm (1st Introductory lesson on August 11th is free). Plus lessons start at 8:30pm for experienced Mainstream level dancers.
    For additional Information contact our Lessons Coordinators: (512) 626-6409 (512) 657-9725

    Lessons are at South Austin Senior Activity Center, 3911 Manchaca Road, Austin, Texas 78704

  • Submitted by: mikerrtx on Thu, 07/28/2016 - 8:29:PM
  • Submitted by: mikerrtx on Sat, 06/25/2016 - 11:05:PM

    What an exciting Festival weekend! Were you there for the fun or did you miss out? Over 500 dancers attended the 54th Annual Festival weekend.

    The Texas State Callers Association hosted a fun and lively Trails End Dance. The Brazos room of the Waco Convention Center was full of dancers. What a great "opening night" for festival. Celebrity callers Brad Caldwell, K.O. Jeanes, Wade Driver and Wayne Weston really had the dancers on their toes. Brad Caldwell was also the cuer for the evening. K.O. Jeanes was the winner of Caller Idol III. Be sure to ask K.O. to model his crown. Other contestants were Wade Driver and Wayne Weston. Great singing guys!

    Pre-Festival on Friday was a lot of fun. Wade Driver, Bob Baier, K.O. Jeanes and Mark Prow called and cued a great dance. The Parade of Stars was a lot of fun. Celebrities seen in the parade and on the dance floor included Judy Garland as Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz, Debbie Reynolds, Mae West, Jackie Gleason, John Wayne and many others. The night ended with dancing on the old Brazos River Bridge.

    Festival Saturday began with dancing and the three panels. The fashion show was a delight. Nivia Wilson, Golden Gulf Coast SRDA, modeled the dress she wore in the TSFSRD 25th fashion show in 1987. (Wow – they both looked great.) The Andrews Sisters (aka Debbie Verhoef, Jessica Barnes and Rachel Barnes) performed Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy. Stu Ringer wowed everyone with his rendition of "Ole Man River" (from "Show Boat") and "Mariah" (from "Paint Your Wagon"). Ten Teen Scholarships were awarded during the opening ceremonies. The 2016-2017 TSFSRD officers were also introduced during the opening ceremonies. Everyone danced all afternoon and evening until their feet cried "no more!"

    Sunday morning after devotional and the business meeting good-byes were said and dancers returned home to rest and dream of Festival 2017. 2017 Festival will be hosted by Red River Valley SRDA in Wichita Falls where we'll "Deck – uh Dance – the Halls in Wichita Falls June 8-11.

    This is your roving reporter's last report for DYWTW News and Radio (Dance Your Way to Waco) Station where Waco is the Scene for Twenty Sixteen.

    Carolyn & Preston Smith
    TSFSRD Publicity Director
    281-392-0713; 832-877-6534
    Waco is the Scene for Twenty Sixteen