North Shore Squares

PO Box 6301, Evanston, IL 60204

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Find us

Toyland Dance

The Book Market

2651 Navy Blvd.,


7-9 PM

Caller: Barry Johnson

November Toys for Tots Drive

During the month of November, North Shore Squares will collect toys on behalf of MCASD and will donate the toys to the Marines in December.  Your donation is greatly appreciated and will greatly benefit a family in need!  Please bring a toy to any class or the Toyland Dance on November 22nd!



Classes start inJanuary
Looking for a new hobby?
Looking to meet a great group of friends?
Try Square Dancing!
- Walking to music
- No partner necessary
- Dress in comfortable clothing
- Modern music



Check out how much fun we have....

December Dance 2019!

Saundra Bryant


December 14

7-9:15 pm

St. John's

Church, Wilmette

New Dance


St. Johns Church

1235 Wilmette Avenue


North Shore Squares is extremely proud to announce our December caller - Saundra Bryant.  She is an amazing caller with a beautiful voice.  Club caller from Chi-Town Squares, Saundra is making a rare suburb appearance at a club 50/plus dance.  You will not want to miss this opportunity to dance to a world saught after caller. Saudra bring modern and classics to the dance floor and has said, "In my repertoire right now is Cee-Lo Green, 'Forget You.' 'Disco Inferno,' by Tina Turner. Some stuff by Lady Gaga."  Do not miss this opportunity!

Fifty and Fabulous!


Tired of sitting around and only dancing every other tip?  We have a solution!  An entire evening in which EVERY tip is at the Club 50 level!  Plus dancers are encouraged to join us too and help lend your expertise and floor craft.


WHO:  Bruce Holmes will be calling!

WHERE:  St. Mark's, 1509 Ridge, Evanston

WHEN:  Saturday, November 23, 7:00-9:15 pm

HOW MUCH:  Just $5!

4th Saturday Club 50 Dance:

“Approximately 80% of US adults and adolescents do not presently accumulate sufficient physical activity for optimum health” according to the newly released 2018 Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans published in the Journal of the American Medical Association. These guidelines, created by a committee of exercise and health experts, indicate that square dancers are getting it right!  Read the full article or better yet just go square dancing!