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Absolutely not! While some dancers may prefer to dance in western attire, casual clothing (such jeans, khakis, slacks, skirts, pants, sport shirts, pullover shirts, et al) has become increasingly popular. Most important ... be comfortable!
No, Square dancing is simply walking to music, and is easy to learn with or without any prior dance experience.
Over the years square dancing has embraced rock and roll, Broadway show tunes, popular standards, DIsney, golden oldies, R&B, modern country, movie themes, and other music offering a suitable beat and tempo. Don't be surprised to hear Johnny Cash's 'I walk the Line' , 'Bare Necessities' from Disney's 'Jungle Book', Michael Jackson's 'Billie Jean' , the Drifters' 'Under the Boardwalk", or 'Surrey with the Fringe on Top' from Rodgers & Hammerstein's classic stage show - Oklahoma.
Square dancing is for all ages. If you can walk, and know your right from your left, you will fit right in.
Absolutely not! While you are welcome to do so, the square dancing community has a large population of 'singles'. Just step into a square, stick-up your hand, and a dancing partner will join you!