Hallsville Square Dances

This is an old-time square dance founded by John and Betty White and the Missouri Traditional Fiddle and Dance Network. Every second Saturday at the Community Building on highway OO, near the cell phone tower in Hallsville, Missouri.

The music jam session is 4-6 PM. Carry-in food is available at 6-7 PM. Dancing begins at 7 PM and continues until 10:30 PM. You may come and go at anytime during this period, 4-10:30 PM, that suits your schedule. Feel free to bring your instrument, if you would like to play in the 4-6 PM jam sessions. You do not have to be a skilled musician. The same applies to dancing. Dance instruction is available if you need a little help. You are welcome to sit, visit, and watch if you wish. If you would like to bring some friends, they will be welcome. Children are welcome.

Location of Hallsville Community Center: In Hallsville, turn east at the signal light located at the intersection of Highway 124 and Route OO onto Route OO and proceed across railroad to first turn. The Center is located on your right near the base of a cell phone antenna tower.

This is a family event. No alcohol or smoking is permitted. There is no admission charge. If you wish, donations will be accepted to help defray costs.

  • 4:00 pm: Open old-time music jam
  • 6:00 pm: Carry-in food available
  • 7:00 pm: The Virginia Reel, followed by squares, waltzes, schottische, and polkas

2017 Schedule—Second Saturday Square Dance—Hallsville Community Center

Fall 2017 Schedule:



September 9

October 14

November 11

December 9