The Hix  "N" Chix Square Dance Club was formed and
    received their charter in 1968.  A member of the Northeast
    Council which includes all the clubs in the northeast corner
    of Colorado, Laramie and Cheyenne Wyoming to promote
    the fun of square dancing.

    There are friendships and interaction with dancers in
    Loveland, Ft. Collins, Greeley, Lyons, Berthoud,
    Livermore, Cheyenne and Laramie as well as the
    Scootbacks' from the Denver Council.  Many clubs help
    support each other by stealing and retrieving club banners.

    Square dance calls are the same around the world, so
    dancing is available almost everywhere. Mainstream is the
    first level of square dance, then Plus, Advanced and more.  
    There is always more to learn if you wish to do so.

    Hix "N" Chix has a club caller as well as callers from the
    area, region and national that gives you an opportunity to
    square dance to a variety of callers and cuers for round

    The following are excepts printed from the United Square Dancers Association
    News, reprinted from Dacnin' News of Central Florida and The Caller of
    Memphis, Tennessee.

    Dr. Arron Blackburn states "It's clear that square dancing is a
    perfect exercise.  It combines all positive aspects of intense
    physical exercise with none of the negative elements."

    Dr. Blackburn said square dancing is a low impact activity
    requiring constant movement and quick directional changes
    that help keep the body in shape.  The study was based on
    their physical examination which indicated the both female and
    male square dancers could expect to live well into their 80's.

    Square dance movements raise heart rates like many good
    aerobic exercises should.  All the quick changes of direction
    loosen and tone up the muscles-but not so severally as to
    cause injury.  In square dancing, when you're not moving,
    you're clapping hands and tapping your feet, which all
    contributes to long term fitness.

    The Hix "N" Chix Club dances are for all ages, couples,
    singles, and families. The regular scheduled dances begin
    in September through May
    on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday's
    Rounds 7:30 p.m. - Squares 8:00 - 10:00 p.m.
    Two Plus Tips per evening - Tip #3 and Tip #6

    At The Longmont Senior Center,
    910 Longs Peak Avenue,
    Longmont, Colorado.