Live lively!  Square dancing is a fast-paced, fun type of folk dance which involves a group of eight dancers.

Broken Wheel Squares offers two free fun nights to introduce you to the world of square dancing.  During the second and third Monday in September, we have these nights where families, youths and singles can attend to discover what square dancing is all about.  Please join us and get to know us.


  • Stimulate your memory
  • Add cardio exercise to your lifestyle
  • Add steps to your Fitbit
  • Reduce stress
  • Meet new friends
  • Dance to the rhythm of modern music
  • Modern attire

Sign up for our student lessons today!  View our flyer

Registration closes after classes begin in September, but if you have a large group we can discuss special arrangements.


Lessons begin in September and run until late April.

They are divided in three sessions of 10 weeks each.

Once you have taken 12 weeks of lessons you may start attending beginner dances.

Lessons are casual: wear comfortable shoes and jeans.

During the months of January, February and March all new dancers can begin dancing at different clubs in the area.

Registration closes after classes begin in September.


$40 per person per session (only $4 per class!)
Each session includes:

  • 10 square dance lessons
  • Weekly Monday routines running from 7:00-9:00 pm
  • Instruction by none other than the supremely talented Gene Hammond!

Where we meet

The Broken Wheel Squares Dance Club & Student lessons are located at the Community of Christ Church on 9017 Chillicothe Road (Route 306), in Kirtland, OH 44094.  Just at the top of the hill, across from the Mormon Temple.

For other square dancing clubs in the area, please visit: http://www.clevelandsquaredance.org or http://www.wheresthedance.com/clubs.php

Interested in becoming a Square Dancer?

Please contact any of the following members:

Cheryl French: (440) 915-3556
Roy & Mary Fash: (440) 382-1698

BWS 2019 New Dancer Schedule

Monday, February 47:00 – 9:00 pm
Sunday, February 10 (Sweetheart Dance)2:00 – 5:00 pm
Sunday, March 102:00 – 4:30 pm