Twin City Spinners

It’s time to erase the old image of square dancing from school days and television. Today’s dancing is done to great music from the best of Country, Rock, Disco, Gospel, Hip-Hop, and Bluegrass! Best of all, there are new people to meet, friends to make, events to attend. Nothing puts a smile on your face faster than a great dance, and Twin City Spinners are always smiling!

This is an activity that is drug, alcohol and smoke free. You can make new friends, forget your troubles and get some exercise! Join us any Thursday evening and get a sample of this great group, or come on any community dance night for a full hour of dancing.


All Twin City Spinners events have been cancelled until further notice due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  

A new 10-week class starts every January, May and September

Each new class starts with two free open house dances from 6:30-7:30.  Come see what we’re all about.  Check the blog for starting dates.  Twin City Spinners teaches and dances SSD – a Callerlab International recognized teaching curriculum which is accessible to new dancers.  

Weekly Workshops

Thursdays, 6:30-9:00. Class first, then club level dancing.

Community Dance Nights

Periodically, Twin City Spinners offers free Community Dances open to anyone regardless of their previous dance experience or knowledge.  Everything you need to enjoy the evening will be taught that night.  

Club History

Twin City Spinners started dancing in September 2011 at the Martel Elementary School in Lewiston, Maine. Thanks to the generosity of the administration of the school, the club was able to dance weekly.  The club’s first public event was held at the Great Falls Balloon Festival where 4 squares of first-timers and angels danced in the rain. Open house was also well supported with over 6 squares in attendance – lots of help from neighboring clubs. The first class included 16 first-timers, 8 reviewers, and 8-12 angels.  The Inaugural Dance was a great success with over 10 squares from 15 clubs in attendance!! Thank you to clubs from Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont.

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