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Carl's Clogging We sell our famous American Heritage Shoes, hand made right here in the USA at our Salem, SC factory. We travel to workshops throughout the USA. If you need a Vendor that has a full selection of Clogging Supplies, give us a call. We have all your clogging needs, PA systems, recorders, videos and taps.

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Steven's Clogging Welcome to STEVENS Clogging Supplies - manufacturer of STEVENS STOMPERS®, the original steel clogging taps, and seller of a variety of clogging products. Our company was founded by cloggers for cloggers. We pride ourselves on our outstanding service. All items (except where specially noted) can be returned within 30 days for a full merchandise refund or exchange, whichever you prefer. And we have a special toll-free number especially for customer service. So call us when you want prompt, courteous service

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Cue Sheets on the Web

National Dance List The National Dance List on CLOG

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Texas Dance List The Texas Dance List on the TCC website

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Clogging on the Net

The Texas Clogging Council The Texas Clogging Council, a non-profit organization, was created in 1982 to coordinate the efforts of clogging groups in Texas in preserving and promoting the heritage and the all-around fun of Appalachian clogging. At a time when the interest in clogging was expanding at a fast rate, a source of central leadership became increasingly important. As a channel of communication, The Texas Clogging Council serves the individual clogger as well as clogging clubs.

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The National Clogging Organization David & Susan Phillips, Co-Executive Directors (Snellville, GA)
CLOG, Inc. is a non-profit, volunteer-based organization dedicated to the promotion, education, enhancement, and preservation of American Clog Dance. CLOG, Inc. continually strives to better serve the clogging community by supporting worldwide clogging activities, communications, and events.
Join C.L.O.G. today, and help support clogging!

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San Antonio Cloggers Showcase John Thompson, CEO (San Antonio, TX)
Peg Hadley had the idea that the various Texas clogging styles needed to be showcased in a non-workshop, non-competitive environment. In other words, close to 300 cloggers tappin' and havin' fun doin' their thing. That ambitious idea (I thought she was crazy) has led to us now presenting close to 500 cloggers each year! Peg started the Showcase while still president of the Cadence Cloggers and remained its chairman as it became its own non-profit event.

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The Alamo Area Square & Round Dance Association The Alamo Area of Square and Round Dance Association (San Antonio, TX)
The Alamo Area of Square and Round Dance Association consists of clubs, callers, and cuers engaged in square, round, contra/quadrille, and clog dancing. The association sponsors dances and a newsletter displaying events from all the clubs, as well as, scholorship and other activities.

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San Antonio Dance Umbrella Suzanne Dunmire, Executive Director (San Antonio, TX)
The San Antonio Dance Umbrella (SADU) is a service organization designed to promote dance and to serve dancers, choreographers, and dance companies in the San Antonio area. The organization is committed to ensuring the presence of dance as a vital and growing art form reflecting the rich cultural diversity of the community. Through its programs, SADU serves choreographers, dancers, dance companies, dance schools, and audience members. Representatives of all forms of dance are encouraged to participate in the programs of the Dance Umbrella.

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Kelli's Clogging Kelli McChesney, CCI (Alachua, FL)
You will find information about clogging activities as well as useful clogging resources. If you can't find the answer to your clogging question on this site, please feel free to contact Kelli!

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Double Toe Times The Double Toe Times is the magazine of clogging, the American percussive step dance that was born in the Appalachian Mountains and has evolved into a myriad of traditional and modern styles.

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Clog Dancing Where Cloggers Come Together!

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