We hope everyone is staying safe and healthy through these unprecedented times or supporting loved ones through their battle with COVID-19.
It is with deep regret that we inform you of the postponement of the 2020 Canadian National Square Dance Festival in Surrey, BC.
Over the past number of weeks, we have been monitoring developments related to COVID-19. With the World Health Organization and the Canadian Government recommending self-quarantine and many institutions strongly advising individuals to restrict travel, along with the Government of British Columbia advising us that there will be no conferences or large gatherings this summer, we know it is no longer practical nor ethical to continue with plans for the 2020 Canadian National Square Dance Convention this summer.
The committee has elected to postpone our convention, and our new dates will be July 8-10, 2021. The location will remain the Sheraton Hotel in Surrey, BC.
We understand that this may change your circumstances or your ability to attend next year, and we are offering you the opportunity to have your registration refunded or rolled over to next year. For those of you with hotel reservations, the hotel will move your reservation to comparable dates as your existing reservation with no change in the room rate.
We are excited to share our beautiful city and province with you and hope you will join us for “More Fun in 2021”.
Thanks and be well!
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RESCHEDULED TO JULY 8-10, 2021
Trail-In Dance is on July 7, 2021
COME FOR THE FUN IN 21
Held at the Sheraton Guildford, Surrey, B.C. in 2021
Trail in Dance: Wednesday, July 7, 2021
Registered Dancers $5 each, Non-registered Dancers $10 each
Opening Ceremonies - Thursday morning, July 8, 2021
Fraser Valley Square & Round Dance Association
Vancouver and District Caller Teacher Association
Sponsored in part by
B.C. Square & Round Dance Federation
Canadian Square & Round Dance Society
Official Colours: Blue, White & Green:
The blue represents the Pacific Ocean and the many rivers and lakes in BC.
The white represents BC's snow-capped mountains, ocean and lake whitecaps and clouds.
The green represents BC forests (and possibly golf courses).
The fabric and colours should be relatively easy to find.
We look forward to seeing the unique creations on the dance floor
Men could wear shirts, vests or ties that use the colours.