8/29 Dance Party! Bring your friends!

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9/12 Square Dance Class!

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Upcoming Events/News

  •  8/29 Dance Party, Come join the FUN, dance to rock, easy listening, new country, 50’s and big band!  No experience necessary, bring your friends or come solo, casual dress, Thursday August 29, 2019, 7pm to 9pm, Free Admission, Dance, food, and free raffle, please join us at Temple Beth Tikvah, 1600 N. Acacia Ave, Fulerton, CA 92831, for more information, contact Sheri at sheribolton@yahoo.com or Kathy at khetrickcpa@sbcglobal.net.
  • Dance updates – note that updated flyers have been posted on the dances page for September (no rounds 101), October (Shauna Kaaria calling), and November.
  • Save the date — the club picnic is scheduled for November 10, 2019, from 12pm to 4pm at Tri-City Regional Park 2301 Kraemer Blvd. Placentia, CA 92870
  • Note that the June joint workshop with the OC Lariats runs Thursdays June 6 to 27 from 7:30pm to 9:30pm.  The joint workshop continues with Buttons & Bows at Temple Beth Tikvah runs Thursdays July 11 to August 29 from 7:00pm to 9:00pm.  See the Workshops page for more information.
  • See the dances and visitations pages for dance details.
  • IMPORTANT: Club and class members, be sure to add bnb.dance.news@gmail.com to your email address book to prevent email updates from being blocked by your email provider!

Club Description

The Buttons & Bows Square Dance club exists to provide physical activity and camaraderie for people in the north Orange County, CA area through square dancing.

We host classes for new dancers (September through May), workshops for dancers who have completed a plus level dance class (June through August), and dances (mainstream and plus) for dancers throughout the year. Members of other clubs and classes are welcome.

For more information, please contact Kathy Hetrick at 714-870-4409 or khetrickcpa@sbcglobal.net.

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