Len and Ruth Siegmann were the club callers and curers (cuer: The person who calls the round dance tips) for the Dousman Derby Dancers Square Dance Club. In 1982 the Dousman Derby Dancers decided to go to an all-guest caller format. At the time, there was a large group of dancers who urged Len and Ruth to form a new club. Len started teaching square dance lessons in 1982. In 1983, the graduating class along with other dancers formed what is now the Spring City Squares. It wasn’t long before experienced dancers from other clubs decided to join Spring City Squares.
In 1983, the club became a chartered club and by the end of the year had a membership of 87 dancers. Throughout the years, the club has maintained an average membership of approximately 50 to 100 members. There are still a number of the original charter members from 1983 with the club today. Ruth Siegmann still occasionally acts as cuer.
We do exhibitions at a number of different communities throughout the summer months.
From November through April we have a guest caller and cuer at our club for each dance.
Our square dances are held on the first, third, and fifth Saturday nights from 7:30–10:00 p.m. featuring guest callers. There are also special events throughout the year. Check our calendar for updates.