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April 11 & 12, 2014

       HERE IT COMES...


This one should be a great one so tell everyone about it!
So don't miss this years festivities, come one, come all, come on down, come on over, OH just get on over here...
and let's have some more fun!

Also...Here is some good information for all of
you Pear Blossom travelers.
A block of rooms (15) are reserved at the
Quality Inn & Suites at 1950 Biddle Road in Medford.  The price is $65 plus tax per room (either king or double queen).  The phone number is 541-779-0050.
Please specify the reservation is for
"The Pear Blossom Square Dance Festival". 
Also, Mary Moody is Wagonmaster for RV Parking at the Hall.  Her phone number is 541-592-2745 and her email is

So come on, what are you waiting for?

There is a lot of Square & Round dancing festivities and fun 
in our beautiful Oregon Rogue Valley area.
The area clubs, callers & cuers and dancers all hope you all come to this wonderful and exciting festival!
But most of all, come have some FUN!
Our Square and Round dance activties are great ways to get exercise for the mind, body and soul, but also doing fun things with fun people is what it's all about! Keep our activity alive and well, talk to everyone you know and even to people you don't know and together

There is a lot of Square & Round dancing  and  in our beautiful


    During the year of 1965 there were four Square Dance Clubs in the Medford Oregon area.  They were The Twirlers of Medford, The Ramblin Rogues of Medford, The Southern Oregon Singles and The Star Promenades’ of Medford.  At this time they decided to form a committee to bring all Square Dancers in the area closer together. They also wanted to intertwine square dancing with the local community festivities and bring to the community the fun and comradery we experience in square dancing. Thus a committee was formed called
"The Pear Blossom Square Dance Committee" to correspond with the local festival and consisted of members from all four Clubs. 
The dance was to be held during the Second full week-end in April,
as this was the time that all of the pear orchards are in bloom.
   The first annual Square Dance was held in April 1966 and was a huge success. It has been going on ever since. As the years went by Square Dancing was starting to deminish with members and over the years three of the four clubs were forced to close down.  The Star Promenaders continued on with the help of additional clubs that were formed or already in existence in the Rogue Sis-Q Council.  Square Dance Clubs now on the committee are the Star Promenaders, Charlie Brown Squares, Circle N Square and Lantz`s Dantzer`s. This committee is open to any and all Rogue Valley Square Dancers and Square Dance Clubs that want to help bring all Square Dancers closer together and to keep the fun in Square Dancing.


Links List
    Club links:
        Charlie Browns Squares       

        Lantz's Dantzers     
        Star Promenaders
        Rogue Valley Callers and Cuers Association   

Related links:
    Scot Byars
    Charlie Fagan
    Oregon Federation of Square and Round Dance Clubs    

    Medford City Pear Blossom Festival
    America's Best Resource Recreational Dancers
    Associated Square Dancers of Superior California 
     You 2 Can Dance
     Wheres the Dance

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