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Each year since 1990, a West Coast IAGSDC club has hosted an Advanced & Challenge fly-in.
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Each year since 1990, a West Coast IAGSDC club has hosted an Advanced & Challenge fly-in - aka A/C Weekend.
  
Hosting the West Coast A&C is more of a casual tradition than a formally defined event. There is no selection process for each year's location. Generally speaking, dancers represented by the clubs at the event each year informally discuss who will host the following year's A&C weekend.
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Hosting the West Coast A/C Weekend is more of a casual tradition than a formally defined event. There is no selection process for each year's location. Generally speaking, dancers represented by the clubs at the event each year informally discuss who will host the following year's A/C weekend.
  
There is also an East Coast Advanced & Challenge fly-in, called [[ACDC]], although there is no official connection between the two events.
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==Other Advanced & Challenge Fly-Ins==
  
==History==
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There is also an annually held East Coast Advanced & Challenge fly-in. Since 2000, it has been called [[ACDC]].
  
1991, Make Magic in San Francisco, San Francisco, CA
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There is no official connection between the two events.
  
October 1992, Perk-Up in Vancouver, Vancouver, BC, Canada
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==History==
 
 
???? 1993, Change Lanes to Portland, Portland, OR
 
 
 
October 1994, Tahoe Tally-Ho, Stanford Sierra Camp, Fallen Leaf Lake, Lake Tahoe, CA - calling staff: [[Anne Uebelacker]], [[Dave Wilson]], Norm Poisson, [[Vic Ceder]], [[Harlan Kerr]]
 
 
 
Since 2000, an [[East Coast A&C]] weekend has also been held annually, called [[ACDC]].
 
 
 
NOTE: The data in the table below was imported from http://www.mixed-up.com/glacd/a-c-history.html
 
  
 
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| 1||1990 Oct 5-7||Seattle|| Something New||BOQ
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| 1||||1990||||October 5-7||Seattle, WA||||Something New||BOQ
 
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| 2||1991||San Francisco||Make Magic in San Francisco||Midnight Squares
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| 2||||1991||||-||San Francisco, CA||||Make Magic in San Francisco||Midnight Squares
 
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| 3||1992||Vancouver||Perk Up in Vancouver||Squares Across the Border
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| 3||||1992||||-||Vancouver, BC||||Perk Up in Vancouver||Squares Across the Border
 
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| 4||1993||Portland||Change Lanes to Portland||Heads to the Center
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| 4||||1993||||-||Portland, OR||||Change Lanes to Portland||Heads to the Center
 
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| 5||1994 Oct 7-9||Lake Tahoe||Tahoe Tally Ho!||Prime 8s
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| 5||||1994||||October 7-9||Lake Tahoe||Stanford Sierra Camp, Fallen Leaf Lake||Tahoe Tally Ho!||Prime 8s||[[Anne Uebelacker]], [[Dave Wilson]], Norm Poisson, [[Vic Ceder]], [[Harlan Kerr]]
 
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| 6||1995 Oct 13-15||Seattle||Run Wild||BOQ
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| 6||||1995||||October 13-15||Seattle, WA||||Run Wild||BOQ
 
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| 7||1996 Sep 27-29||Phoenix||Go Half Crazy in Arizona||Desert Valley Squares
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| 7||||1996||||September 27-29||Phoenix, AZ||||Go Half Crazy in Arizona||Desert Valley Squares
 
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| 8||1997 Oct 3-5||Redwood City, CA||Shakedown Along The Fault||El Camino Reelers
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| 8||||1997||||October 3-5||Redwood City, CA||||Shakedown Along The Fault||El Camino Reelers
 
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| 9||1998 Sep 18-21||Denver||Here Comes The Judge||Rocky Mountain Rainbeaus
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| 9||||1998||||September 18-21||Denver, CO||||Here Comes The Judge||Rocky Mountain Rainbeaus
 
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| 10||1999 Oct 1-3||Lake Tahoe||Tahoe Rewind||Prime 8s
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| 10||||1999||||October 1-3||Lake Tahoe||||Tahoe Rewind||Prime 8s
 
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| 11||2000 Sep 29-Oct 1||Costa Mesa||Walk Out 2 A Wave||GLACD/SC
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| 11||||2000||||September 29-October 1||Costa Mesa, CA||Doubletree Costa Mesa/Orange County||Walk Out 2 A Wave||GLACD/SC||[[Vic Ceder]], Todd Fellegy, Ben Rubright, [[Anne Uebelacker]], Kris Jensen, Mike Kellogg, CJ Smith
 
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| 12||2001 Sep 7-9||Phoenix||Pass Out in the Desert||Desert Valley Squares
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| 12||||2001||||September 7-9||Phoenix, AZ||Ramada Valley Ho Resort||Pass Out in the Desert||Desert Valley Squares||[[Anne Uebelacker]], [[Vic Ceder]], [[Dave Wilson]], Bill Haynes, Ray Brendzy
 
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| 13||2002 Oct 4-6||Portland||Tag Back to Portland||Heads to the Center
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| 13||||2002||||October 4-6||Portland, OR||||Tag Back to Portland||Heads to the Center
 
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| 14||2003 Oct 3-5||Vancouver||A Little More Magic||Squares Across the Border?
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| 14||||2003||||October 3-5||Vancouver, BC||Hilton Vancouver Metrotown||A Little More Magic||Squares Across the Border||Todd Fellegy, [[Vic Ceder]], Barry Clasper, [[Anne Uebelacker]], Ray Brendzy
 
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| 15||2004||Lake Tahoe||Tahoe Touch Of Class||Prime 8s
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| 15||||2004||||-||Lake Tahoe||||Tahoe Touch Of Class||Prime 8s
 
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| 16||2005||Seattle||Shake and Rattle in Seattle||Puddletown Dancers
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| 16||||2005||||October 7-9||Seattle, WA||Hilton Seattle Airport & Conference Center||Shake and Rattle in Seattle||Puddletown Dancers
 
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| 17||2006||San Diego||-||-
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| ''17''||||''2006''||||-||''San Diego, CA''||-||-||-||-
 
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| 18||2007||Phoenix||-||Desert Valley Squares
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| 18||||2007||||August 17-19||Phoenix, AZ||Embassy Suites Phoenix North||Trip the Sunset||Desert Valley Squares
 
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| 19||2008 Sep 19-21||San Francisco||Push Open the Golden Gate||IAGSDC
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| 19||||2008||||September 19-21||San Francisco, CA||||Push Open the Golden Gate||IAGSDC
 
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| 20||2009 Oct 16-18||Albuquerque||Change Lanes To Route 66||Wilde Bunch
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| 20||||2009||||October 16-18||Albuquerque, NM||Hotel MCM Elegante'||Change Lanes To Route 66||Wilde Bunch
 
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| 21||2010 Sep 24-26||Portland||Zoom Into Portland||Heads to the Center
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| 21||||2010||||September 24-26||Portland, OR||Sheraton Portland Airport||Zoom Into Portland||Heads to the Center||John Marshall, Todd Fellegy, [[Vic Ceder]], [[Anne Uebelacker]], Saundra Bryant, Michael McMullen, Scott Zinser
 
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==References==
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NOTE: Much of the data in the table above was imported from http://www.mixed-up.com/glacd/a-c-history.html

Revision as of 14:01, 31 July 2011

Each year since 1990, a West Coast IAGSDC club has hosted an Advanced & Challenge fly-in - aka A/C Weekend.

Hosting the West Coast A/C Weekend is more of a casual tradition than a formally defined event. There is no selection process for each year's location. Generally speaking, dancers represented by the clubs at the event each year informally discuss who will host the following year's A/C weekend.

Other Advanced & Challenge Fly-Ins

There is also an annually held East Coast Advanced & Challenge fly-in. Since 2000, it has been called ACDC.

There is no official connection between the two events.

History

# Year Logo Date Location Venue Event Name Sponsor Callers
1 1990 October 5-7 Seattle, WA Something New BOQ
2 1991 - San Francisco, CA Make Magic in San Francisco Midnight Squares
3 1992 - Vancouver, BC Perk Up in Vancouver Squares Across the Border
4 1993 - Portland, OR Change Lanes to Portland Heads to the Center
5 1994 October 7-9 Lake Tahoe Stanford Sierra Camp, Fallen Leaf Lake Tahoe Tally Ho! Prime 8s Anne Uebelacker, Dave Wilson, Norm Poisson, Vic Ceder, Harlan Kerr
6 1995 October 13-15 Seattle, WA Run Wild BOQ
7 1996 September 27-29 Phoenix, AZ Go Half Crazy in Arizona Desert Valley Squares
8 1997 October 3-5 Redwood City, CA Shakedown Along The Fault El Camino Reelers
9 1998 September 18-21 Denver, CO Here Comes The Judge Rocky Mountain Rainbeaus
10 1999 October 1-3 Lake Tahoe Tahoe Rewind Prime 8s
11 2000 September 29-October 1 Costa Mesa, CA Doubletree Costa Mesa/Orange County Walk Out 2 A Wave GLACD/SC Vic Ceder, Todd Fellegy, Ben Rubright, Anne Uebelacker, Kris Jensen, Mike Kellogg, CJ Smith
12 2001 September 7-9 Phoenix, AZ Ramada Valley Ho Resort Pass Out in the Desert Desert Valley Squares Anne Uebelacker, Vic Ceder, Dave Wilson, Bill Haynes, Ray Brendzy
13 2002 October 4-6 Portland, OR Tag Back to Portland Heads to the Center
14 2003 October 3-5 Vancouver, BC Hilton Vancouver Metrotown A Little More Magic Squares Across the Border Todd Fellegy, Vic Ceder, Barry Clasper, Anne Uebelacker, Ray Brendzy
15 2004 - Lake Tahoe Tahoe Touch Of Class Prime 8s
16 2005 October 7-9 Seattle, WA Hilton Seattle Airport & Conference Center Shake and Rattle in Seattle Puddletown Dancers
17 2006 - San Diego, CA - - - -
18 2007 August 17-19 Phoenix, AZ Embassy Suites Phoenix North Trip the Sunset Desert Valley Squares
19 2008 September 19-21 San Francisco, CA Push Open the Golden Gate IAGSDC
20 2009 October 16-18 Albuquerque, NM Hotel MCM Elegante' Change Lanes To Route 66 Wilde Bunch
21 2010 September 24-26 Portland, OR Sheraton Portland Airport Zoom Into Portland Heads to the Center John Marshall, Todd Fellegy, Vic Ceder, Anne Uebelacker, Saundra Bryant, Michael McMullen, Scott Zinser

References

NOTE: Much of the data in the table above was imported from http://www.mixed-up.com/glacd/a-c-history.html