Difference between revisions of "IAGSDC Timeline"

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** [[Golden Boot Award]] presented to [[Harlan Kerr]].
 
** [[Golden Boot Award]] presented to [[Harlan Kerr]].
 
** [[Honky Tonk Queen]] "winner": [[Dominique de Fontainbleau]].
 
** [[Honky Tonk Queen]] "winner": [[Dominique de Fontainbleau]].
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** [[Alamo City Wranglers]], [[Chinook City Dance Club]], [[Toddlin' Town Twirlers]], [[High Desert Stars]] admitted to [[IAGSDC]] as full members.
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** [[Squares on the Delaware]] admitted to [[IAGSDC]] as an associate member.
 
*Sept. ??, 1991: [[Cotton Pickin’ Squares]] started in [[Memphis]], [[TN]].
 
*Sept. ??, 1991: [[Cotton Pickin’ Squares]] started in [[Memphis]], [[TN]].
 
*Oct 6, 1991: [[Cream City Squares]] started in [[Milwaukee]], [[WI]].
 
*Oct 6, 1991: [[Cream City Squares]] started in [[Milwaukee]], [[WI]].

Revision as of 13:12, 2 October 2018

1977

  • January 1977: The birth of gay square dancing! Men in Miami, FL started dancing in bars (Double R, Uncle Charlie's) to recorded music with calls.

1980

1981

1982

  • March 5, 1982: Five dancers run Western Star Dancers' first drop-in square-dance evening in the second-floor rehearsal space above American Conservatory Theatre on Geary Street in San Francisco, CA.
  • November 12-14, 1982: Charlie's (Country & Western Bar) in Denver, CO hosted the "First National Gay Square Dance Exhibition" with caller Dave "Happy" New Year. Seven gay clubs throughout the country were invited to attend a weekend of square dancing and workshops. Only five out-of-town dancers showed up, all from San Francisco (Alan Hall, Paul Zimmerman, Jack Kendrick, Russ King, and Scott Carey). This constituted the first "fly-in" although that terminology had not yet come into play.

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

1988

1989

1990

1991

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1995

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2000

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2002

????, 2002: All Join Hands (Charitable Foundation) formed.

2003

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2012

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2014

2015

2016

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2018

2019

2020

  • Jul 2-5, 2020: Take A Peak - to be held at the Hyatt Regency in Denver, CO