One great advantage of the dance is the aid it gives in correcting defects of deportment. It is a most effective cure for shyness and self-distrust in public. It is a valuable antidote to awkwardness and hesitancy. It develops self-possession and an easy, competent carriage. And it accomplishes these benefits without expense to natural modesty, for modesty of deportment is one of the prime requirements of the ball room.
--Henry Ford
A weird event
August 15, 2003

Bacchus Productions in Atlanta is having a Square Dancing Party No. IV. I couldn't find a date, but here's the plan:
We are back and plan to teach some more basic and intermediate
square dances from a do-it-yourself course we found in the attic.
The experiment is to see whether or not the printed course book and
accompanying 45 rpm records (Okay it's old) are effective.
The course was designed for grades 7-12

They also say:

Square Dancing Is Not a Spectator Sport

which I totally agree with.

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