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Yellow Rock Photos

The "Yellow Rock" call is used frequently throughout an evening dance, and the call is not even on Caller Labs list of calls.  Come to one of our dances, and you will quickly learn its true meaning.

Square dancers having Fun and Friendship.

The 50th Ohio Dance Convention, May 2010.


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The COCDC Display

Plus Hall Callers Stage

There were over 900 dancers at this Ohio Dance Convention, 2010, and were directed by 42 callers, 21 cuers, 1 prompter, 1 cloggier, and 4 lines leader.

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Plus Hall Dancers - Early Friday

Advance-Challenge Hall

Notice I said early Friday, because, by Saturday night, you had to keep your squares TIGHT. The dance hall was very full.

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Round Dance II and III Hall

Round Dance IV and V Hall 

The picture above of the II-III hall is of a workshop for beginning dancers learning the Cha-cha dance.

Watching the dancing in the IV-V hall is like watching the beautiful dancing on "Dancing with the Stars", it is allsome. 

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Contra Hall

Clogging Hall 

Dancing is for all ages.

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Line Dancing Hall 

Mainstream Hall 

 

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Vendors are available with western outfits 

The Hicks and Chicks having the Evening Meal 

Vendors at this years convention were: Lazy J Western Wear, DoPaso Corner, Star Promenade, Pa & Ma Engraving, and Foot Masters.  The western wear vendor addresses can be found on the suppliers page of this web site.  

A very big part of square dancing is food, we love to eat, and the friendship that goes along with eating together. 


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