Round Dance Cuers
Kevin and Vicki Klein

Kevin & Vicki Klein

Kevin started square dancing in high school in 1969, Vicki in 1980 when she and Kevin were first dating; and they both began round dancing in 1981. They were married in southern California in 1982 and later moved to northern California in 1992 where their dance activities were put on hold to raise their two sons. They returned to their dancing activities in 2005. Vicki’s favorite rhythm is Foxtrot while Kevin’s is West Coast Swing!

Kevin & Vicki are members of The International Association of Round Dance Teachers (Roundalab) and Northern California Round Dance Teachers Association (NCRDTA). Kevin previously served as NCRDTA’s Treasurer (2010-218) and President (2018-2020); and they are currently serving on Roundalab’s Board of Directors (2020-2023) and Executive Council (2021-2022). They are also members of the International Choreographed Ballroom Dance Association (ICBDA).

Kevin & Vicki have taught at two National Square Dance Conventions, six USA West Square Dance Conventions, three California State Square Dance Conventions, two Silver State Square Dance Festivals, and five Golden State Round Up Festivals. They have choreographed numerous round dances, many being featured by other round dance teachers and organizations.

Kevin Klein and Vicki provide Round Dance workshops for dancers at levels 3, 4 and 5 on Monday evenings from 5:00 - 7:00pm at Royer Hall.

Contact Kevin & Vicki: website:
current flyer: Learn to Cha

Erin & Scot Klein

Erin & Scot Byars

Erin began square dancing in 1969 and round dancing in 1972. In 1974 she joined the Silhouettes, a premiere teen round dance exhibition group under the direction of Betty & Bob Dean. She would often dance with Bob and he would say, “Cue along with Betty.” When she asked why, she was told, “Don't ask questions, just do as I say!” Soon she was cueing local dances.

Between 1978 and 1985, Erin took time off from cueing, but not dancing. In 1985, she and Scot became a team and he encouraged her to begin cueing/teaching again. Since then she has been featured round dance instructor at festivals in Utah, Alaska, California, Oregon, Idaho and Montana.

Erin & Scot have choreographed popular dances including “Shake It For Me” (CH IV), “Time in a Bottle” (WZ III), “You Didn’t Have To Be So Nice” (TS II), and “Feel It Still” (TS II+1). In 2016, their phase II waltz “Life is a Slow Dance with You” was chosen as the ROUNDALAB Round of the Quarter.

Cueing and teaching through phase 4, and following in Betty’s footsteps, Erin believes her job is to help people love Round Dancing!

Beginning Round Dance classes are held Wednesday evenings from 5:00 to 6:45 pm at Royer Hall.  This season the Byars are teaching/workshopping phase III Rumba.

Contact Erin & Scot: Email
Phone  915-752-9054