Let's Dance!

Playing old time music leads one naturally to square dancing – a lot of old time tunes are dance tunes – and square dancing is one of  the best times  ever had. Dancers don’t have to know how to dance – the caller tells you everything you need to know – so first timers can dive right on in with more experienced dancers, which makes for wonderful community event. A fine caller of southern style square dances, Anne Louise has called at music camps, festivals, weddings, parties, and other community functions.
 

The Annie Lou band is an all-in-one square dance band, and dances can be added to any Annie Lou event. Anne Louise also leads the The Little Mountain Square Dance Band, which has a roster of stellar oldtime musicians she can call upon (pun not intended) to back her up while she leads you through the good times of dancing.

Dancing with Caller Extraordinaire Paul Silveria at The Wise Hall in Vancouver, BC.

Dancing with Caller Extraordinaire Paul Silveria at The Wise Hall in Vancouver, BC.

Looks like a little old time Monkey in the Middle.

Looks like a little old time Monkey in the Middle.

Anne Louise calling at the Nimblefingers Social, with John Reischman and the Canote Brothers leading the band.

Anne Louise calling at the Nimblefingers Social, with John Reischman and the Canote Brothers leading the band.

Make an arch!

Make an arch!