Welcome to Square Dancing in Mason, NH!
Mason Town Hall
7 Meeting House Hill Road
Mason NH 03048
Want to learn how to square dance? Contact us or stop by the Mason Town Hall on a Sunday night between 6:30 PM and 8:00 PM.
Date: Level Caller Cuer Theme
October 25, 2014 M/P Bill Mager Bernie Porter Halloween Dance
January 24, 2015 M/P Jerry Maurice Bernie Porter Snowflake Dance
February 28, 2015 M/P Norm Poisson Marilyn Rivenburg Class Dance
March 28, 2015 M/P Ralph Peacock Don Scadova Spring Fling
May 23, 2015 M/P Jerry Maurice Margene Jervis Red, White & Blue Dance
June 13, 2015 M/P Steven Desrosiers Jo Yakimowski Ice Cream Social
September 26, 2015 M/P Kip Moulton Linda Moulton Pie Night
October 24, 2015 M/P Jim Schell Mike Alexander Halloween Dance
Wolf Rockers Annual Chicken Barbecue
Thank you to all who attended our successful barbecue.
Come join us on September 28th and October 5th 2014 from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm for a FREE introduction to Square Dancing.
Classes will then continue every Sunday night for a nominal fee.
We host seven (7) dances between September and June (no dance in November, December, or April) with most offering alternating Mainstream and Plus tips as well as round dancing between tips (2+2).
Our dances are normally held on the fourth Saturday night of each month from 7:30 – 10:00 PM. See our dance schedule or schedule of special events for additional details.
About Our Club Name
A well documented and interesting story tells of Wolf Rock, a local historical landmark from which we get our name.
On a cold Sunday in November of 1756, the Reverend Francis Worcester left Mason after the second service of the day to walk the seven miles back to his home in Hollis. It was about dark when he set out. About a mile from the meeting house, he was approached by a pack of wolves. He quickly climbed onto the rock to escape them. He is said to have spent the night on the rock, praying for his safety and singing hymns. In the morning, Capt. Thomas Tarbell, out riding along the road, discovered the minister on the rock, took him home, fed him breakfast, and then saw him on his way again.
Around 1930, the town had the name “Wolf Rock” engraved in the side of the rock in recognition of the local landmark.
Our Saturday night dances are held at the Mason Town Hall (Intersection of Route 123 & Meeting House Hill Road)
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c/o: Nancy and Matt Peeler PO Box 75 Ashby, MA 01431