COME AND TAKE IT SQUARES
Click on the Date to see the flyer for the dance. Also see Dance with Sam
Who, What, When, Where
The Come "N" Take It Squares offers fun filled evenings of dance on most Mondays nights between 7 & 9 pm at the First Presbyterian Church, 414 St. Louis St., Gonzales, Texas. We dance mainstream with announced plus. We have line dancing, waltzes, and sometimes rounds in the intermissions. We do not normally dance on the fifth monday night in a month but check our calendar above to be sure.
The Come 'N Take It Squares dance club dances to Wayne Weston two times a month and is honored to have local and national guest callers twice a month as well.
About the Club
Our club dances in historic Gonzales, approximately 60 miles east of San Antonio. Gonzales annually celebrates "Come 'N Take It Days" on the first weekend in October. Festivities, Food and Fun abound. The Come 'N Take It Squares hosts an exhibition dance at the festival in the late afternoon. See our flyer for more information. Gonzales has numerous R V parks and other tourist accommodations. For information contact the Chamber of Commerce at (830)672-6532.
Our club may be small in numbers, but we are all enthusiastic dancers who thoroughly enjoy our activities. We work diligently at keeping our club "alive and well" by regularly participating in dance exhibitions in nursing homes, churches and neighboring town celebrations. We aim to promote a positive image to the community.
|Presidents||Tim & Kathy Busby|
|Vice Presidents||Greg & Linda Julius||830.672.9068 (10am to 5pm M-F)|
|Secretary / Treasurer||Martha Jo & John Whitt||830.672.9307|
|Caller Coordinator||Wiley Berryman||830.379.0118 or Cell 830.305.7404|
|Past-Presidents||Ruby & Calvin Buesing||830.672.7384 or 830.857.6633|
The Come 'N Take It Squares began in late 1981 when a few local school teachers, including the Superintendent and his wife, joined together with several hardbadgers who had relocated into the Gonzales area. The main objective of the teachers was fun and exercise. Soon a square dance club was formed. Bill Obert served as the first caller. Keeping a dance club alive in a rural area was very difficult. The tenacious spirit of only four to six couples kept the club going through many years of struggle. Over the years the numbers change, presently our membership stands at 20 dancers.