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The car move has been changed to Thursday April 26. 

It is still 8 am at Click It RV. contact Gary Prewitt 509-991-1689 if  you can help. The money earned from driving goes into the NSDC fund.

SPOKANE AREA COUNCIL holds its general meeting on May 6, 2018 (at 3:00 p.m.) at the North Spokane Dance Center. This meeting will include voting for the Council’s 2018-19 officers.  We encourage dancers to run for an office on the Board and would LOVE to have at least two options for each office:  President, Vice President, Recording Secretary, Treasurer, Corresponding Secretary, State Nominating and Delegate to State.  Individuals from member clubs are invited/encouraged to run for an office.  The monthly meetings typically last an hour, and with a full board, no officer has a huge responsibility. Also, if you would like to nominate someone for the Hall of Fame, please bring their Resume to the May 6 meeting and deliver it (confidentially) to your Council’s President.  Happy Spring, and Happy Dancing!

April - Experienced Clothing Sale
at the WDC is Cancelled

Party Dance Info

Click Here 

Future Meetings 

SAC General Meeting 

May 6 - Sunday - 3 pm at the NSDC

SAC Board Meeting 
June 10 - Sunday - 3 pm at the NSDC

NSDA General Meetings 
June 5 - Tuesdays - 6 pm at the NSDC

  WDC Trustees Meeting
January 26 - Sunday -  2019 at 3 pm at the WDC 

State Federation Meeting

May 2018 

Poster 1

I’ll bet you didn’t know there

 is more than one National in 2019!!

        Yes, there is. 

     The Canadian National

July 11 - 13 in Salmon Arm BC.

        That is only about 300 miles away.

( I’ll bet you didn’t know salmon had arms either.)


                    NO PEANUTS 

                    at any function. 

At least three of our dancers have severe, life threatening, allergies to peanuts. These allergies could cause them to stop breathing. 

The peanut oil on your hand after you ate a cookie could cause them to have a reaction. Peanut dust in the air from opening a can of peanuts can result in respiratory problems. 

It really is that dangerous. These dancers and their families will not be able to travel to other clubs unless we all ban peanuts from our halls.

 Spokane Area Council, Spokane, Washington - SpokaneSquares@icloudcom - 509-489-4492