Welcome to our Saturday night Social dances! Dance lessons are offered before most dances at no additional cost!

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Saturday, July 20th 2024

6:20 pm Doors Open for dance lesson participants

6:30 pm Waltz Dance Lesson

7:20 pm Doors Re-Open for our Social Dance

7:30 – 10:30 pm Social Dance

More dances are listed HERE

Waltz dance lesson and a social dance to the Silence In B'tween band

A club membership is only $15 per year and saves you money on dance admission. Pick up your form at the front desk and purchase it at the second break at 9:45pm. Cheques and cash are accepted. Memberships are valid Jan 1st to Dec 31st of each year.

Minus One Club of Calgary Business Card
  • Huge 3,648 sq. ft. wood dance floor
  • A fantastic live band!
  • Members $12, Guests $15, Cash only!
  • Singles and couples welcome
  • licensed bar
  • Free tea, coffee & snacks
  • Free onsite parking
  • Free 50 min dance lesson at most dances
  • Doors open at 6:20 pm for dance lesson participants
  • Band plays 7:30 – 10:30 pm
  • You may bring your own snacks
  • Mixer dance at 8:45 pm
  • No Runners or black-soled shoes that leave marks.
  • No soiled or unkempt attire
North Hill Lions Club of Calgary
 North Hill Lions Club of Calgary.
We would like to thank the North Hill Lions Club of Calgary for providing excellent bar service at our social dances. 
Please visit their website HERE or Facebook Page HERE
Minus One Club dance members can help the The Lions Club CLERC project by donating eye glasses. The Canadian Eyeglass Recycling Centre is a major initiative of all Lions clubs in Alberta. They also collect can tabs to support Juvenile Diabetes.

Established in 1963 we are Calgary’s longest-running singles social club! We are an incorporated Non-Profit Organization (NPO). We offer bi-weekly social dances for singles and couples with a live band and a 3,648 sq. ft. wood dance floor. We are excited to welcome all members and guests (familiar and new) to our dances in 2024.

The Executive is comprised of elected volunteers who manage the club and are required to attend all dances to perform various functions. Three or four positions will require computer skills and may need to work on accounting software, website maintenance, and other online business and advertising duties.

Volunteers who can offer 15 minutes of their time at a dance are greatly appreciated. This could be setting up the hall at 6 p.m., helping serve snacks or closing at 10:30 p.m.

Members who wish to suggest or organize other activities should speak to an Executive Member or contact us