If you are in Paris and wondering whether you might be able to square dance, wonder no more! This club has been in existence since 2006.
NexGen-SD (http://nexgen-sd.org/) is a website for people interested in learning more about 21st century Modern Square Dancing.
“It is the goal of NexGen-SD to try and shape the new image of Square Dancing by sharing our energetic style of dancing and new music to encourage both the young and/or the young at heart to try this activity.”
World’s Oldest Square Dance Caller (Ernie Kinney) Keeps Central Valley Dancing
The Timberline Toppers bill themselves as “the highest square dance club in the world”. Dance with them if you dare!
The Metropolitan Chicago Association of Square Dancers (MCASD) is a non-profit association of Chicagoland square dancers. The association was established in 1961 for the promotion of square dancing in the counties of Cook, DuPage, Kane, Lake, McHenry and Will in Illinois. Membership in the Association is open to any formally organized Square Dance Club in the above listed counties. The association is a member of State Council of Illinois Square Dance Associations (SCISDA).
Glenview Squares was established in 1950. It is located in Glenview, Illinois, and its members come from all around the northern Chicagoland area. It is a Plus level club, but they welcome all square and round dancers. The club is a member of the Metropolitan Chicago Association of Square Dancers.
From the description of the website:
The Canadian Olde Tyme Square Dance Callers’ Association was founded in Toronto, Ontario, Canada in 1954 by a group of callers interested in preserving, and promoting the traditional Canadian style of square and couple dancing.