Lake County, Ohio

Ready !! Set !! 
Let's Dance!! 
Join us!!
Two left feet ~ Yup so do we! 
Don't know your right from your left! ~ We are directionally challenged also. Some more so than others 
I don't know how to dance! ~ Yea that's ok, we don't know how to either.
We do know how to have fun and make friends. We will guarantee that your face muscles will hurt the next day from smiling so much and that your stomach muscles will ache from all the laughing. 

You say you're tempted, but not sure if you've got what it takes? Don't underestimate yourself!

"Square dancing is not as complex as it looks, he says. "We just learn one move at a time and go from there."

         New Dance Sessions Begin

Date: Tues September 19, 2017

 Location:  Wickliffe Presbyterian Church

                    29955 Ridge Road

                    Wickliffe, Ohio 44092

Time:  7:00pm-9pm

**All ages are welcome

First 2 nights are FREE ( Sept. 19th and Sept 26th)  

Interested or if you just have questions call Becky @ (440)785 - 4038 or Don and Barb @ (440) 946 - 4299 or email [email protected] 



"There is fun for the ladies, there is fun for the guys,

to go square dancing with the Buckeye's. Bring a friend, we don't care. 

Hope to see you in our square. " ~ Mary Dykes

Student Comment

 Denise was a student during the 2009-2010 dancing season; and here are her comments on learning to square dance:

"Denise started "real" square dancing in the fall of 2009 with her fun loving friend, Kate. The Buckeye Squares welcomed us with open arms and do si do's. Before long, our favorite dancin' partners, Bill and Will were coming too. It's better than sudoku for your mind and much more fun than running! She is determined to learn every plus call this year as an angel. "



1st and 3rd Saturdays beginning the 3rd Sat. in September  to May with a special dance the 1st Saturday of June

7:30pm - 10:00pm

Wickliffe Presbyterian Church * * 29955 Ridge Rd. * * Wickliffe * * Ohio * * 44092 

2017 ~ 2018 Buckeye Schedule

Sept 16, 2017
Theme ~ Welcome Back
Caller ~ Dick Mackey
Cuer ~ Kristy Lake

The 1900's
Oct. 7, 2017
7pm ~ Advanced Dance
Theme ~ Titanic
Caller : Ray Wiles 
Cuer: Kristy Lake 

Oct. 21, 2017 
Theme ~ Biker Night/Studs & Spuds 
Caller ~ Dan Austen

Roaring 20's & the Dirty 30's 
Nov. 4, 2017 
Advanced @ 7pm 
Theme ~ Speakeasy/Murder Mystery  
Caller ~ Ray Marsch   
Cuer ~  Kristy Lake 

Nov. 18, 2017 
Theme: Wizard of Oz  
Caller ~ Homer Magnet

A Vintage Christmas
Dec. 16, 2017
Theme ~ A Vintage Christmas
Caller ~ John Ramsey

Fabulous 40's 
Jan. 6, 2018
New Dancer Dance
Theme ~ Canteen Dance/ Big Bands 
Caller ~ John Ramsey

Jan. 20, 2018
Advanced @ 7pm 
Theme ~  South Pacific Luau
Caller ~ Tom Strickland
Cuer ~ Kristy Lake 

Nifty 50's
Feb. 3, 2018
Theme ~ The Great Space Race 
Caller ~ Tom Mohoney

Feb 17, 2018
Theme ~ Rock N Roll Sock Hop 
Caller ~ John Ramsey 
Cuer ~ Kristy Lake 

Swingin 60's
March 3, 2018 
New Dancer Dance
Theme ~ Casino Royale
Caller ~ John Ramsey

March 17, 2018
Advanced @ 7pm 
Theme ~ Summer of Love/ Retro Call 
Caller ~ Ray Marsch

Super 70's 
April 7, 2018
New Dancer Dance
Theme ~ Disco Night
Caller ~ John Ramsey 

April 21, 2018 
Theme ~ Motown
Caller ~ Ray Wiles 
Cuer ~ Kristy Lake

Big 80's
May 19, 2018 
Theme ~ Big 80's 
Caller ~ John Ramsey 
Cuer ~ Kristy Lake

June 2, 2018
Hot Dog Dance
Callers ~ John Ramsey & Howard Williamson
Cuer ~ Donna Williamson

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        Let me bore you with the health                     benefits from WebMD!! 

            Good for Body and Mind

With all its moving, twisting, and turning, square dancing provides more than the daily dose of heart- and bone-healthy physical activity. Remembering all the calls -- from "do-si-do" to 'alemand' -- keeps the mind sharp, potentially staving off age-related memory loss, experts say. And the companionship that regular square dancing offers is an antidote to depression and loneliness, a statement confirmed by square-dancing advocates everywhere.

'If You Can Walk, You Can Square Dance'

McKinley knows what he's talking about. Square dancing contributes to a more healthy and independent lifestyle, says Lewis Maharam, MD, a sports medicine specialist in New York City and president of the Greater New York Regional Chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine."Anything that keeps you active will keep you healthier and feeling younger. In most cases if you can walk, you can square dance, but it's good advice to talk to your doctor before beginning any new exercise regimen," says Maharam, also medical director of the Suzuki Rock 'n' Roll Marathon® in San Diego, the Country Music Marathon™, and the New York City Marathon."Any weight-bearing exercise, including square dancing, is a major benefit as one ages," he says. Weight-bearing exercise improves bone health and thus may help stave off the brittle-bone disease osteoporosis."Square dancing also helps you with the feeling of where you are in space and with coordination, and this may reduce falls and chances for fractures," says Maharam. "Regular square dancing may boost endurance, and being able to tolerate longer bouts of moving faster may result in improved cardiac function as the heart, a muscle, can become more efficient if trained. Square dancing can be considered a type of cross training, which helps to offset the muscle loss and strength loss typically associated with normal aging."