Welcome to the Northern
California Cloggers Association, Inc. web site.
This is your place for information on clogging
in Northern California and surrounding areas.
clog dancing, is a lively, foot-stomping dance which
originated in the Southern Appalachian Mountains. The
settlers to those mountains brought their own steps
and rhythms, which melded into what we now call
clogging. Modern cloggers dance to all types of music.
Clogging clubs meet regularly to learn new steps and
dances. Teams may also perform precision routines or
participate in clogging competitions.
The Northern California Cloggers Association was
formed in March 1982 to promote clogging and
communication among all cloggers in Northern
California and neighboring states. Membership is made
up of teachers as well as dancers who love and support
clogging. NCCA sponsors workshops and dances, seminars
for instructors and clogging leaders, and also puts on
an annual 3-day convention in the spring of each year.
The Association's award-winning newsletter, the Clog-A-Gram,
is published quarterly and includes the minutes of
each quarterly membership meeting, cue sheets for
clogging dances, articles on clogging, club news,
information on clogging in other areas, useful hints,
information on where to clog and upcoming events.
Please browse our site by checking out the links at
the left of each page.
¤ NEW: Join NCCA, renew your membership, buy a step
dictionary, or register for NCCA events here.
Big News About
Convention in 2024!
The NCCA 41st
Annual Convention will be two days once again
and on May 17-18 in Sacramento. (Here's the flyer.)
We tried out the new-to-us venue in Sacramento and
are excited about holding convention there in May.
Then there will be a brand NEW workshop in Palo Alto
on August 17; be sure you don't miss the first Dance
Out Loud. See our upcoming events page
for links for more information. Also, registering
for one of our events is even easier now, on our Square site.
Hope to see you at a workshop soon.
Your Membership Dues Due?
Many of our members rejoined NCCA in
July 2022, which means their memberships are now
due for renewal. If you want to know your status,
Elling, VP of Membership. You can now renew
your membership online here.
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