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'''Fly-Ins Hosted:'''
 
'''Fly-Ins Hosted:'''
*"[[Slide Thru Silicon Valley: ECR@25]]” April 2-4, [[2010]], Holiday Inn, [[San Jose]]--[[Callers]]: [[Saundra Bryant]], [[Michael Kellogg]], [[Andy Shore]], [[Rich Reel]], [[Harlan Kerr]]
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*"[[Slide Thru Silicon Valley: ECR@25]]” April 2-4, [[2010]]
*“[[Download the Boat]]” September 6, 7, 8, [[2002]], Cupertino High School, [[Cupertino]]--[[Callers]]: [[Vic Ceder]] and [[Michael Kellogg]]
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;Holiday Inn, [[San Jose]]--[[Callers]]: [[Saundra Bryant]], [[Michael Kellogg]], [[Andy Shore]], [[Rich Reel]], [[Harlan Kerr]]
*“[[Summer of Love]]” July 5-7, [[2001]], Palo Alto High School, [[Palo Alto]]--[[Callers]]: [[Anne Uebelacker]] and [[Neil Heather]],  
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*“[[Download the Boat]]” September 6, 7, 8, [[2002]]
*"[[Stetsons To Jetsons]]" January 7-9, [[2000]], St. Andrews and Cubberley Community Center, [[Palo Alto]])--[[Callers]]: [[Saundra Bryant]] and [[Andy Finch]]
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;Cupertino High School, [[Cupertino]]--[[Callers]]: [[Vic Ceder]] and [[Michael Kellogg]]
*"[[Shakedown Along The Fault]]" ([[West Coast A&C]] Weekend) October 3-5, [[1997]], Mt. Alverno Confrence Center, [[Redwood City]], CA--[[Callers]]: [[Vic Ceder]], [[Kiyoshi Kikuchi]], [[John Sybalsky]], [[Anne Uebelacker]], [[Rob French]], and [[C.J. Smith]]
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*“[[Summer of Love]]” July 5-7, [[2001]]
*"[[Slide Thru Silicon Valley]]" June 30 - July 3, [[1995]], Cubberley Community Center, [[Palo Alto]], CA--[[Callers]]: (unknown)
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;Palo Alto High School, [[Palo Alto]]--[[Callers]]: [[Anne Uebelacker]] and [[Neil Heather]],  
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*"[[Stetsons To Jetsons]]" January 7-9, [[2000]]
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;St. Andrews Methodist Church and Cubberley Community Center, [[Palo Alto]])--[[Callers]]: [[Saundra Bryant]] and [[Andy Finch]]
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*"[[Shakedown Along The Fault]]" ([[West Coast A&C]] Weekend) October 3-5, [[1997]]
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;Mount Alverno Confrence Center, [[Redwood City]], CA--[[Callers]]: [[Vic Ceder]], [[Kiyoshi Kikuchi]], [[John Sybalsky]], [[Anne Uebelacker]], [[Rob French]], and [[C.J. Smith]]
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*"[[Slide Thru Silicon Valley]]" June 30 - July 3, [[1995]]
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;Cubberley Community Center, [[Palo Alto]], CA--[[Callers]]: (unknown)
  
 
'''Conventions Hosted:'''
 
'''Conventions Hosted:'''
 
*[[1996]]: "[[Stars, Thars and Cable Cars]]", July 3-6, 1996 in San Francisco, CA (Embarcadero Hyatt) (Co-hosted with [[Foggy City Dancers]] and [[Western Star Dancers]])
 
*[[1996]]: "[[Stars, Thars and Cable Cars]]", July 3-6, 1996 in San Francisco, CA (Embarcadero Hyatt) (Co-hosted with [[Foggy City Dancers]] and [[Western Star Dancers]])
 
*[[2005]]: "[[Star Thru the Silicon Galaxy]]", July 1-4, 2005 in Santa Clara, CA (Santa Clara Marriott)
 
*[[2005]]: "[[Star Thru the Silicon Galaxy]]", July 1-4, 2005 in Santa Clara, CA (Santa Clara Marriott)

Revision as of 12:46, 22 February 2010

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Location: Palo Alto, CA USA

Started: 1985

History: Started by Marilyn Martinyak and Pat Dixon as an alternative to the gay square dance clubs located an hour away in San Francisco. Due to its location, the club is well-known as a "geek repository", boasting members employed by Adobe, Sun, Google, and Yahoo.

Classes: A combined Mainstream-Plus class is taught once yearly, generally starting in late August or early September, and finishing up the following April or May.

Club Caller[s]: Rich Reel

Levels: Plus, Advanced

Dance Location[s]: St. Andrews United Methodist Church / 4111 Alma Street / Palo Alto, CA (map)

Fly-Ins Hosted:

Holiday Inn, San Jose--Callers
Saundra Bryant, Michael Kellogg, Andy Shore, Rich Reel, Harlan Kerr
Cupertino High School, Cupertino--Callers
Vic Ceder and Michael Kellogg
Palo Alto High School, Palo Alto--Callers
Anne Uebelacker and Neil Heather,
St. Andrews Methodist Church and Cubberley Community Center, Palo Alto)--Callers
Saundra Bryant and Andy Finch
Mount Alverno Confrence Center, Redwood City, CA--Callers
Vic Ceder, Kiyoshi Kikuchi, John Sybalsky, Anne Uebelacker, Rob French, and C.J. Smith
Cubberley Community Center, Palo Alto, CA--Callers
(unknown)

Conventions Hosted: