At SaddleBrooke Squares … FUN is a Priority


"To Be a Square Dancer You Have to Know How to Laugh" ... Larry Kraber, Caller for Saddlebrooke Squares

“To Be a Square Dancer You Have to Know How to Laugh” … Larry Kraber, Caller for Saddlebrooke Squares

Come Dance With Us As We Host
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Square Dancing is the Original American Dance … It provides exercise and fun to thousands of dancers throughout the United States and the world.

Square Dancing has Significant Health Benefits.

Square Dancing is a BRAIN-POWER activity. How so you ask?

Learning new moves activates brain motor centers that form new neutral connections.
Dancing also calms the brain’s stress response. 

… REALLY. Don’t take our word for it.

It’s FITNESS at its best. Some folks will even comment on how much exercise they are getting in an evening of square dancing, unaware of the actual results the activity is providing for them. With square dancing, you are exercising the brain and the body simultaneously. You are getting a real work out without even realizing it because it is so much fun. Square dancing is a great cardiovascular exercise. Movement to music is melodious to the mind.
— excerpt from “It’s Fun to Get Fit for Under a Fin”, by Corben Geis, American Square Dance, July 2004

Party Night at Oracle Inn…

Saddlebrooke Squares features “Plus Level” dancing. We think this is the level of Square Dance that provides the most fun.

Through most of the year, we dance a least one night a week, sometimes more. Our normal schedule is frequently punctuated with special events, parties and an occasional out-of-town festival. Changes in our normal schedule do occur from time to time, so see our dance calendar for the latest update.

We take great pride in providing a strong teaching program for people who are new to square dancing but are eager to learn and share in the fun. If you’ve never done a “Do Sa Do” in your life… It’s Time for YOU to Discover What All the Laughter is About.

Are you a square dancer traveling in the area? Stop in and see us. We welcome out-of-town guests. For more information, read about Who We Are and How to Find Us.