NCCA hosts a three-day convention each spring,
held somewhere in Northern California. This is the
biggest event of the year and is a chance for all
cloggers to learn some new dances, experience the best
teachers in the area and often a special guest
instructor, obtain clogging supplies, watch some great
performances, and just see old and new clogging
friends. NCCA has been holding these conventions every
year since 1984.
2023 NCCA (mini) 40th
Convention on June 10
We are continuing to rebound from changes made due to
the pandemic. On June 10 we'll hold a one-day
Convention, but will have two halls for workshops,
then a fun dance early evening. For more information
download the flyer here.
Pre-registration is now closed, however you can
register at the door. We hope to see you all there.
UPDATE: The convention was a blast. Read about
it in the July issue of the Clog-A-Gram or see photos
2022 NCCA Mini-Convention
Yes, we are back! We will be having a one-day
mini-convention with 8 instructors on July 23 in
Orangevale, California. Get the flyer
with all the info here, and you can register
here. Please note that to attend you must
pre-register and be vaccinated for Covid-19. Details
are on the flyer.
2021 NCCA Convention is
Virtual and Online
Don't miss the 2021 NCCA Convention on June 25
through June 27 online. There are both workshops and
Here's a quick schedule of all events:
And here's the link to the syllabus with cue sheets,
schedule of workshops, and fun dances:
Each video will be live at the scheduled time If you
can't attend this weekend or are sad that you can
watch more than one video at a time, don't fret. All
the videos will continue to be available after this
weekend. So take your time. You can even Learn. Every.
Single. Dance. If you want to.
2020 Convention is
Postponed to June 2021
We are sad to inform everyone that the June 2020 NCCA
Convention has been postponed until June 25-26, 2021. It
will still be held at the Crown Plaza in Sacramento.
Take care of yourselves in the meantime and we'll see
you in 2021.
2019 NCCA Convention with
Guest Instructor Andy Howard
Dancers at the 36th annual convention in Sacramento (May
31 and June 1) had a fun time with featured guest
instructor, Andy Howard from Georgia. He taught us
lively and fun dances and even got most people to do a
mixer. Many other instructors from Northern and Southern
California, Oregon, Washington, Canada, and even
Australia kept the dancers on their toes and busy for
the two days. I heard nothing but happy and satisfied
comments. Many thanks to all the committee members for
putting on a fabulous weekend!
2018 NCCA Convention was
The Barnyard Boogie!
What a great time everyone had at convention again
this year. From the workshops, exhibition show,
dancing, instructors, vendors, the convention
facilities, and most of all, the wood floors to dance
on, it was a great weekend. Above are some of the
dancers on Friday night.
Oh boy! Pictures are now online
2017 Convention Full of Heroes
We all had a super villainous good time at the 2017 NCCA
Convention at the Crowne Plaza in Sacramento. Check out
2016 NCCA Convention:
Summer Splash was a huge splash!
Thanks to co-chairs Sarah Dwight-Gilroy and Heather
Smith for heading up the committees and keeping
everything on track for an awesome weekend of clogging
with friends in June. The 33rd annual convention is now
a happy memory. Check out some of the memories by seeing
32nd Annual Convention for 2015 was a blast!
This year's theme was the Totally Awesome 80s.
Thanks to chairs Kellee and Richard for organizing a
great weekend. Check out some photos here.
Here are our president, Michele Hill, and convention
co-chairs, Kellee Ramirez and Richard Willyard,
addressing the crowd on Saturday night before the grand
Dancers had a fun time at NCCA's 31st annual convention
on April 25-27, 2014 in Modesto. Thanks to chairmen
Kellee and Richard and their crew for putting on a
fantastic weekend. This year's convention was a bit
different in that there were a TON of oldies but goodies
taught, many done in a rapid fire style to fit several
dances into one hour. Believe it or not, there were a
total of 53 dances taught from Friday night through
Sunday morning! Check out the photos
|NCCA’s 31st Convention
The 2013 NCCA Convention was our
30th Anniversary Party!
30 years of clogging conventions in Northern California
-- WOW! We had quite a party to celebrate, thanks to
chairmen Richard Willyard and Kellee Ramirez. Several
teachers were honored with service milestones, most
notably the three instructors who have taught at all
30 conventions: Lois Elling, Janice Hanzel, and
Back row: Richard Willyard, Althea Mason, Lois
Elling, Pat Gosch, Janice Hanzel, Linda Brown, Michele
Millier Hill, Mike McDow
Front row: Michelle John-Smith, Carol Smith,
Morgan Hudson was our featured instructor and the
dancers loved him! Morgan made our convention memorable
with his dances, fun, charm, and amazing dancing. Thanks
Morgan! We hope you can return to California soon.
Morgan Hudson doing his best Gangnam Style pose!
To see more pictures, visit Lois' online
Convention at the DoubleTree Hotel in
Modesto on March 30, 31, and April
1st was a blast! Thanks to Carolyn
Poe and her crew for putting on a wonderful weekend.
From Friday night through Sunday afternoon, cloggers
enjoyed dancing, learning new dances and styles,
shopping, watching some awesome exhibitions, and meeting
with friends. Photos to come, so keep checking back.
Check out the photos
the 2012 convention. Here's a sample:
NCCA 2011 Convention was
a rousing success!
The 2011 NCCA Convention (our 28th - wow!) is now
history. Russ and Leila Hunsaker made the convention
memorable with their interesting dances and those
little extras that are always fun. This year's
convention was at the Clarion Inn in Modesto on Feb. 11-13, 2011.
Watch this space for photos from the convention.
The 2010 NCCA Convention
Spectacular was quite an event. Barry
Welch was in charge this year and there were 4
halls, 52 workshops, 32 instructors, a dinner show,
hip hop, tap, line dance, and midnight workshops,
plus more! Check out some photos here.
2009 CONVENTION - Recycle!
YAY! We had a great
time at this year's convention.
Friday Dance / Saturday
Workshop / Saturday
Dance / Sunday
We're already planning our 2010 convention to be held
in Fresno. Watch for more information.
2008 CONVENTION - Hurray for
Guest Starring Jeff Driggs from
See photos from this convention.
What an awesome time everyone had at the 2008
Convention in Modesto, CA on April 11-13, 2008.
This was our 25th Convention, so it was a very special
a party! Jeff Driggs returned to California
for this very special convention.
2007 CONVENTION - Cloggin' and
PHOTOS!! WE'VE GOT PHOTOS!
This year's convention is now just a sweet memory! We
had a blast sailing away for a "Cloggin' and Cruisin'
Check out some pictures from covention here.
If you were there, you might appear in some of these.
Some of the highlights from this year's
- Live spot on channel CW13's "Good Day Sacramento"
television show with Alan, the slightly paid intern,
clogging with us.
- An awesome Ship Talent Show (exhibition show) on
- 29 different clogging dances taught on Saturday
- Not one, but TWO fun after parties.
A big THANK YOU to everyone who helped to make this
year's convention a success:
- All the instructors who taught
- NCCA board members
- All the Committee Heads
- All the dancers who came and supported it
- The teams and duets who performed at the show
- And all you volunteers who helped out in so many
We had a great weekend at NCCA's 2006 Convention. A good
time was had by all!! This year's theme was Hawaii and
all things tropical. Kellee Hanzel and Richard Willyard
were the co-chairs for the convention. Below is a
picture of all the teachers and committee heads. (Thanks
to Cindy Saunders for this photo.)
Check out more photographs - there are lots of them!
pictures - Saturday
workshop - Exhibition
Show - Saturday
night & Sunday pictures.
The 2005 Convention is history. Everyone had a
great time whether learning new dances, buying clogging
supplies, watching the always stupendous exhibition
show, or just meeting with new and old friends. Thanks
to this year’s chairman, Carol Smith, and her committee
for a great dance in Grass Valley.
See some pictures
from the 2005 Convention.
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