Traditional Square Dancing in Ann Arbor, Michigan

Always with Live Old-Time Music!

This series of participatory dances is held on six afternoons on the first Sunday of the month. Drawn from various regional square-dance traditions, the dances are those that fit well to the "southern-style" old-time music that is featured. In addition to four-couple squares, we sprinkle in some big-set circle dances and Appalachian flatfoot (clogging) solo dancing.

Everyone is welcome. No experience is necessary, and you do not need to bring a partner with you. All dances are taught, although it is recommended that new dancers arrive early for the easiest dances and most complete instructions. No special attire is required; simply wear clothing that is comfortable for dancing. (Our hall is air-conditioned.) Please bring a pair of clean, non-marking shoes to help preserve our dance floor. 

 We participate in AACTMAD's New Dancer Program
If this kind of dancing is new to you, print out a coupon, and bring it with you for a $4 discount.

This series is sponsored by AACTMAD and funded in part by the Mary Kay Friday Fund of the Country Dance and Song Society.

Next Dance

March 2, 2014
Caller: Marlin Whitaker & Friends
Note change of location!
3337 Ann Arbor-Saline Rd.
Ann Arbor, Michigan
(separate admission fee for concert)
Regular Location
 AACTMAD's Concourse Hall
4531 Concourse
DriveAnn Arbor, MI

(click address above for a map and directions)
 Suggested Donation
Adults $8 - Students $5 
($1 member discount)
Children under 15 with parent: Free

For more information, e-mail

Fourth Saturday series

Join us on Fourth Saturdays 
for Contras and Squares.
AACTMAD Old-Time Square Dance
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