Dance Resources

The International Association of Gay Square Dance Clubs ( is a nondiscriminating organization through which dance clubs can share resources. The Web site includes links to over 50 clubs around the globe.

The Northern New Jersey Square Dance Association ( promotes square dancing in the Northern New Jersey, downstate New York area.

All Join Hands ( is a nonprofit foundation that supports the funding of projects that will preserve and promote GLBT square dancing and other associated dance forms.

The Gay Callers Association ( provides opportunities for training gay/lesbian callers and cuers, and promoting square dance, round dance, and western dance as recreational activities.

CALLERLAB ( is the International Association of Square Dance Callers. Among other activities, it provides the programs by which our lessons are organized.

Bradley Bell ( LGBT Square Dance Directory, an affiliate member of IGADSC, provides a way for square dancers and their friends (both old and new) keep in touch. ( is a comprehensive resource for modern western square dance history, music, and choreography.

CederNet ( is an online resource that includes a directory of callers and round dance cuers, choreography, events, and other helpful information.
The United Square Dancers of America ( provides a wealth of information about starting and operating a club and hosting activities.

Barry Lieba’s Call of the Month ( column first appeared in The Times Squared and discusses various calls and strategies to become a better dancer.

Advice for Angels (

F. Wm. Chickering’s Guide to Excruciatingly Correct Square Dance Behavior ( was first published in The Times Squared.

Big Apple Ranch ( offers the LGBT community country two-stepping, line dancing and country music in New York City.