The Square and Round Dance Association of Southern Arizona (SARDASA) is a non-profit 501(c)3 member organization. Our purpose is to promote and preserve American Folk Dance in Southern Arizona. By joining, you help support American Folk Dancing in Southern Arizona. Individual membership is $5 a year. Dancer insurance is extra. SARDASA has many Dance Clubs, each engaged in the teaching and promotion of folk dancing, and hosting dances and classes/workshops on a regular basis, at all levels, from beginners to advanced.
On June 1, 2022, SARDASA purchased a building at 4801 E. 29th St. and named it the Southern Arizona Dance Center.
2023-2024 Board of Directors
President: Bryan Swift
Vice President: Shirley Maddox
Secretary: Mary Klootwyk
Treasurer: Ray Burns
Members at Large
Robert Armstrong, Sally Carpenter, Penny Distasio, Terry Hansen, Carol Leveratt, Karen Plemons
Art Lohman (Sonoran Promenaders), Cinda Asp (Rincon Country West), David Flatt (Green Valley Squares), Sandie Haney (Voyager), Maureen Hrabar (Tucson Friends of Traditional Music – Contra), Edie Hund (Western Whirlers), Phyllis Petersen (Rick A Shays and Tucson Twirlers), Mary Klootwyk (SaddleBrooke Squares), Connie Weigel (Arizona Advanced), Trish Phillips (Tombstone Squares), Chuck and Kathy Baker (Thunder Mountain Twirlers), Sally Carpenter (Fun Bunch).